Ok so this is no knock on Hernandez at all, he is a great player. But My point is that other than the game he actually got injured in (ARZ) our offense has looked more crisp, and seems we have executed better. I would attribute this to simpler play calling, doing plays that work rather than the sort of gimmicky, trick type plays. I guess I just think JM thinks that because he has all these versatile weapons , he has to try to use them in odd, "genius" type ways. But when Hernandez is hurt they simplify things more, (still add some quirky plays in , but not the basis of the O) and things seem to move more smoothly. Hopefully when AH comes back JM will let the talent of the players beat the other team rather then try to simply and only outsmart them. He usually outsmarts himself when he does that.