Q: Does a two tight-end set help or hurt the running game? Jacob in Cuiaba, Brasil. A: It helps the running game because defenses can't figure out which is the strong side or the weak side. Teams usually run to the strong side because of the extra blocker. If the tight end lines up to the right side of the right tackle, the opposing team reconfigures its defense. If the two tight ends can get downfield, it puts the safeties in a tough position to come near the line of scrimmage. If the safety isn't inside the tackle box, then it opens up more running room.espn.go.com
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