What am I talking about is your comment based on the assertion that players don't have the freedom of choice to operate on plays as they happen and/or before they do. As I said, if this was merely just average starting players, I would agree. Players like Franco Harris though are in Canton for a reason; they created positive aspects before or within plays for the plays themselves to be successful; taking control when needed. All I am stating is that there are smart players today who can create the opening needed for teams to consistently win.. much like Franco did long ago. Having a concept of play calling like RPOs can assist but it is not an end all, be all for players to be smart and act accordingly to give their teams the chance to win games.