This isn't Mudville anymore, people. We've now got a contender - yet one of our best hitters has been MIA, even after being fully rehabed. James Casey - while doubtful that he should ever throw pass. Why is Casey not at bat? The thing about this "fullback" is, he might be a slight notch down from what Vickers can do, but is he really? And does Vickers really need to be in the game between the 20s? I'm sure everyone has heard that Arian Foster did better last year in a one back set (5.5 ypa), as apposed to when Leach was in the game (4.7 ypa)...and while this may seem like a miniscule difference, just remember, in the ZBS it's all about vision, cuts and finding the open lane (mostly) on your own. A quick decision by the halfback. Vickers has suspect hands. James Casey does not. Vickers is like molasses rolling uphill in August. James Casey is PDQ. In short, unless it's goal line, between the 20s, there's no reason for Vickers to be in the game. In fact, with Casey in the game, who can cover this many receivers? WR = KW or JJ & AJ TE = OD FB = Casey RB = Foster Really, that's too much firepower and they won't know run or pass. Let 'em do this right, huh?