We'll see where the RB position goes from here. Taylor had great vision in the hole to turn plays blocked that go for 2 yards with an average back into 5-6 yard gains. He also had the speed and shiftiness to turn plays that he got to the second level without being touched into long TD runs. Groshek has the first part (turning 2 yard runs in traffic into 5-6 yard runs) but isn't going to take things to the house that often. But maybe if you get a lot more chunk plays in the passing game with Mertz, Groshek is good enough to get you by. He's also one of the best RBs they've had in a while in terms of a feel for being in the right place on checkdowns in the passing game.