I wasn't preaching theory here. I get it. There are very real theoretical reasons regarding the sideline being an extra defender, etc.
However, I am preaching the current reality of the Colts. If you say it is "kinda hard to see how it is supposed to work with the Colts" it means that the theory doesn't hold up for the Colts because they don't have the interior line to make the theory work in the real world actual games this year. I am living in the cruel reality of "what is" and not "what it should be". What it should be is left to future years, future draft pick and future free agent signings.
Right now with Gore, who has an uncanny ability to get skinny and get a few yards when nothing is there, running between the tackles has been relatively fruitless why not try something else? Yes, I'd love to have a Marshawn Lynch type back getting 4.5 yards per pop but that isn't going to happen with this year's Colts. Vuj, not back to snuff yet Mewhort and Haeg are our reality.