Sorry I couldn't add much more to last week's post besides my interview with Marty Caswell. There were even some topics that got left on the cutting room floor. I asked about Ryan Mathews, who seemed like he was ready to take over the game at New England before Tolbert's fumble. You remember, FAITHFUL READER. You could see Mathews pushing defenders backwards while his legs kept moving. Then Norval decided to go with his "safe" back, who promptly fumbled the game away. Marty did confirm that Norv is raving more and more about Mathews, who obviously got off on the wrong foot this year. But last week it was obvious to all that every time Mathews would make a big gain and leave the Bolts with 3rd and short that Norv's balls would crawl back into his body and he would send Tolbert or Hester in. OK, I admit that I was calling for the draw (that went to Tolbert a couple of seasons ago) as a solution to our short-yardage woes. He ran it to Hester last week and it clearly wasn't the answer. But when Hank Bauer was calling for a Charger to fly over the top after that fourth down in Foxboro, I highly doubt that Mike Tolbert was the guy he had in mind. I am sure a few of you saw my Tweets concerning the ludicrousness of Turner's call last week. Yeah, it was a touchdown. But Tolbert's "fumble" was just a reminder that Mathews is clearly the "safer" call at this point. His upside is obvious. It was his 3rd down run that iced the game against Miami. Now if only Norv could actually let him do it earlier in the game instead of running guys who clearly cannot get those yards when the defense knows what's coming.