"They wear down, especially when it gets in the fourth quarter," said Ingram, who had 1,075 yards after contact in 2009. "You can tell by their body language, and they don’t want to tackle you anymore. That’s how we play as a team. We want to wear teams down. The wide receivers play that way. The offensive line plays that way, and we play that way." "I don’t know how you can game plan for two guys like Mark and Trent," Hightower said. "Most teams will have a big, power back and then another guy they bring in who’s a speed back, so you can get your defensive personnel on the field depending on who’s out there. But with Mark and Trent, you’ve got strength, power and speed with both of them. You can’t adjust on defense. I don’t see how you can stop them."Chris Low: Ingram, Richardson pose double trouble Good quotes from Chris Low. He asks the question of can these two out-perform the likes of McFadden/Jones and Williams/Brown? There's no doubt in my mind.