"With the running game, it's everybody. It's 11 people working together," tight end Logan Paulsen said. "So if one person's off or one person's not seeing something the right way or we miscall something, it leads to a not-successful play. That's one of the great things and one of the challenges about the running game: you have to get everybody clicking, seeing it the same way."
"Let's say for example I'm working on a double team and I don't shave it enough for the tackle," he said. "The tackle's going to look really bad, but that's really my fault, you know? Even though I ended up blocking my right guy and stuff like that, I could've helped him out more."