Tip Sheet: Two to tangle?

Many teams strive for one-two punch at RB, but it's not the only recipe for success

Originally Published: May 14, 2010
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

The New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts advanced to Super Bowl XLIV three months ago with disparate approaches at running back.

The Saints won the championship with a three-pronged running attack, essentially a tailback for every possible situation, the model of specialization. The Colts, who chose Donald Brown last spring to presumably help split the running game, turned largely to Joseph Addai after the former Connecticut standout and first-round draft pick was injured twice ...

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