The running game, at this point, is questionable and for some reason, either the OC or AC have decided to heave the ball downfield, resulting in too many 2-and-outs. DCs watch for precisely that type of pattern, and devise D schemes to defend against it. I would hope that the running game still fits in with the tried-and-true format that gave the Als success in seasons past.
So, in the remaining games we play this season, it will be interesting to see what type of schemes Brady comes up with considering the back-ups now in the starting lineup. I agree with Anthony that the team must still play hard as first place is not by any means a gimmee and anything can happen in the CFL.
With all of the injuries on O, I'm not particularly hopeful about another W this season, until and unless we get some of our walking wounded back and have them play up to their potential. And even when they do come back, it will be a depleted O team. No Whitaker, no London, who was having a good season... Both J Rich and SJ will have to be monsters, but will both have big fat targets on their backs. So others like Bratton, Jennings, Guy, Bowling... will have to come up big.
I cannot remember in many years following the Als (or whatever the Montreal team was called) seeing such an enigmatic team. The announcers always used to say about Calvillo - "so many weapons, so many weapons". Well, we have fewer now and others will have to make their presence felt. I still think we have a good team and they can go deep into the playoffs, even making a GC appearance, but it's going to be tough.