Run the ball and rest the D, they won so many games for us last season so no reason to get away from the run game. I just think people got so excited after however many seasons that Alex finally showed some confidence, so they probably took that to mean a breakout year (which it was), but he still lacked (and lacks) some consistency so that might've been what people were looking for. And also probably the reason we didn't revert to the running game and instead put the ball in Alex's hands and told him to take over.
That'll be Frank's job if we want another winning season record and a shot against really good teams we'll be facing in the reg season (Pats, Saints) and as well as in the playoffs. He takes the pressure off Alex and that's when he (Alex) plays so well, when there's less pressure on him to make a play.