Originally Posted by El Tejano
Well for one, it allows us to play with a more team approach and it gives one of the running backs to bring a change of pace or be a difference maker. I also would love to see a split back formation with Davis and Wells or Hollings and Wells. This kind of opens the playbook a bit.
I see your point, but I'd rather see more receivers on the field than running backs, as the receivers have the more talent.