I don't understand why the offense isn't incoporating the bubble screen. As Brian noted recently, it appears like defenses are giving it away at times. The pros of running bubble screens seem to me to be that it would give Denard some confidence by getting him easy completions, that it would keep the WRs in the game by getting the ball in their hands (though, to their credit, they all seem to block hard whether they're getting the ball or not), that it would stretch the field horizontally, and, of course, that it would gain yards.
To the football coaches out there: Am I missing something? Is there a downside to running that play several times a game?
Note: I'm not trying to bash Al Borges. I'll be the first to admit that his little finger knows more about football than I do.