I don't know how many times Brian has written, if we had just slammed it up inside it would go for 20 instead of 2 or had he cut outside he would have picked up a billion yards (ok, last bit was mine). It seems odd that our RBs struggle so much with this aspect of our offense where we are consistently missing the blocking reads.
Based on the last picture page, maybe Brown (not Roundtree) needs the glasses or making the proper cut is not his strong point. Maybe reading these cuts is very difficult task, however it does not seem more so than other zone blocking schemes (please someone chime in here).
If we get a relatively healthy back with a little bit of quicks that can read blocks really well, seems like there is damage to be done. Maybe that is Smith, not sure.