Found in southern Massachusetts: the Pittsburgh Steelers' running game, missing since September and thought to be lost for the rest of 2008.
After the Steelers ran for 161 yards in a 33-10 victory in New England, coach Mike Tomlin remarked snidely that, "You know, we still can't run it. We're working. That's what you guys will write, anyway."
But Pittsburgh did rank 24th in the NFL rushing entering the game behind a cobbled-together offensive line and without first-round draft choice Rashard Mendenhall and, for nearly half the season to this point, Willie Parker.
But Parker returned, again, after an injury and teamed with Mewelde Moore to give Pittsburgh a potent one-two punch against the Patriots, and it's something the Steelers are likely to feature the rest of the way.
Two heads certainly were better than one Sunday, as Tomlin subbed freely at the halfback spot. Even Gary Russell got into it with a 1-yard touchdown run.
"We were given the opportunity to do what we needed to do," Moore said. "We understand what our jobs are, what our roles are and doing the things we need to do.
"We were just making the proper adjustments so that we could get the ball moving. When we finally got some creases and some seams, we just pounded the ball and were making guys miss. That was what really helped us gain momentum. The offensive line did a heck of a job."
The question now becomes: Can they keep this up? They had their most productive running game as a team since the season opener, when they rushed for 183 yards against Houston.
"We still have more offense," Parker promised.