For most of the season, the Giants offensive line has attempted to set up their blocks according to how Gilbride has been drawing up the plays.
Now, this approach might be all well and good for a running back that is going to stay with the play (please refer to Andre Brown v. Bucs and Carolina).
However, what the offensive line really needs to do is set up their blocks according to where they think Ahmad Bradshaw is going to be running.
For example, had they done that at the end of the game v. Philly, there's a good chance Bradshaw would have busted off 5 or 6 yards. Who knows?
Anyway, I think we should be set up for Cleveland's defense if they can work this into the gameplan.