My personal opinion...King's play calling was the result of him trying to slow down the game. Lancaster is obviously high octane. Anything you can do to change that is a benefit. The problem was that King, and probably most of us, underestimated Lancaster's defense. The Lancaster D came in with a plan to sell everything they own to stop us between the tackles and they did it. When we did tried to pass, they slipped our line way too quickly and J. Allen didn't have time to make his reads. Now he has vastly improved since last year, but let's face it. If we have to depend on his feet this year, we're in trouble. He can not read a defense when he is rushing. He seems to run head-long into a defender every time. He also has trouble scrambling in a way to free up his arm. He simply needs time to throw and Lancaster was doing very well at not giving him that time. Listening to King's post-game, he knew his play-calling made this game harder than it had to be. He played right into what Lancaster was doing. I personally feel it was a good game plan for frustrating Lancaster and I, too, was not expecting 1) that the Lancaster D was that good, and 2) that their whole team would play with that much discipline. It wasn't until the end of the 3rd that he seemed to realize he needed to spread the field some. I think Kings knows he should have recognized it earlier, but when you have a plan, you need to at least see where it's going to take you. I give him credit for doing it in time. That Lobo D was lights out again. 6 dropped interceptions were a little tough to swallow, but they handled it. Good game to both teams.