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Utilize more 2 back sets?

 

I have been a long time die hard Bengals fan that moved to Fl a few years back but still bleed "NATI" blood.  That being said, I think we need to install more plays with 2 back sets utilizing a combination of the 3 RB's.  We are kind of predictable when we have only one back in at a time.  Each RB is especially good at one thing...Benson, between tackles...Scott running outside...Leonard on screens and short passes.  Why not have a combination of the two in there at the same time.  Example, Benson-Leonard combo...Fake to Benson up the middle to freeze the backers and throw to Leonard in the flats.  The play combos could be endless.  We have 3 talented RB's on this team but we always seem to fall into a pattern of predictability.  Having more plays with 2 back sets would keep the RB's happier and the Def's guessing.  We put a lot of pressure on Scott when he only gets 1 drive per game to make something happen, especially with the Def's keying on him.  Each week we set him up to fail.  I would really like to know what you think about getting more RB's in the game.      

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