First, I'm not here to bash or praise either Bush or Young-just want some thoughts on a couple concerns I have. I'll start by saying I was suprised that Bush only weighs 200lbs, which is light by NFL standards--will that be a problem? All of our current backs were hurt at one time or another last year, and all carry more weight (2 w/less ht-are stocky and one is 6'1 w/more than 40lbs). Bush is 6'0 which means he has a slender frame vs the heavier frame of most of the backs in the NFL--will this translate into injuries? I think part of the problem with all our backs being injured is the way that Caper's used them with little rotation/substitution, playing the starter-whoever he was-virtually the entire game. IMO, our injury problem may have been lessened had we reduced the load/pounding of one back at a time. I think this would have been a good idea because our 3 main backs all have similar rushing no's and can all catch--blocking is their biggest problem. I think the fact that Bush obtained his great numbers with so few 'touches' may be a plus and not a minus. An article last year (don't have the sight) talked about a players body can only take so much physical abuse and keep on producing at a high level of play, with the point that 'how much' an RB was used in college is going to affect the quality/length of his NFL career. Cedric Benson, for example, was an every down back at UT and used a lot of the 'gas in his tank,' taking a huge pounding over his college career-will that affect his NFL career? IMO, it already has-- IMO, the way Kubiak uses Bush is the key, which means he is not an every down back--sending his 6'0/200lb slender frame up the middle against a half ton of opposing lineman won't work. However, Busk's forte is 'big play' back and not pounding back, so IMO Kubiak will have to keep that in mind if he drafts bush...again, I was a little suprised by his size-what do you all think?