The man called "Boom" blasted his way for 88 yards on just eight carries, including a 49-yard scamper for his first career touchdown.
We should highlight that "fast to hit the hole" point from Pagano, because it's exactly where Richardson continues to struggle. On Sunday, the former first-round pick had just as many carries as Herron. However, he went for a measly 12 yards, which is a pathetic 1.5 average. Richardson's "long" run went three yards.
Even if that is true, the rest of the world certainly knows which running back is in the game, and their performances highlight the difference.
It's high time the Colts realize that two yards and a face plant from Richardson won't get it done in the playoffs. If Herron cuts out the fumbles, he should get the bulk of the carries moving forward.