Hollings has taken a lot of abuse on this board. Most of it, because he just hasn't produced. However, it's not like he's had a lot of opportunities. He tore his ACL in 2002 & didn't get his first carries in the NFL until 2003. Anyone that's familiar with ACL injuries knows that it takes a good year after surgery & rehab to get past the fear of your knee collapsing again. So, his 38 carries for 102 yards & a 2.7 yard per carry average was understandable. In 2004 he still battled various injuries (knee/hamstring), but his production increased when he did get into the game (4.3 ypg/9.2 yards per reception). In 2005, he was limited to just 2 games. As far as I know, he was healthy for the entire year, but DD had already established himself as the starter & Wells had stepped up his game. I believe that Capers was too conservative on offense, had written him off by then, & was happy with the staus-quo. With Capers as the head coach, Hollings would never have been given a chance to show what he could do when he was healthy. Now, Hollings may end up being one of the biggest busts in the Texans' history, but I'm not willing to so easily write him off, as others on this board are. Everyone's talking about the need to draft Bush, because DD doesn't have breakaway speed. Hollings does. He's easily the fastest RB on this team & has given some glimpses of his abilities (albeit, not enough glimpses) to take our RB position to the next level. He's got prototypical RB size at 5'11" 220lbs & is only 24 years old. He can definitely turn the corner, but his biggest weakness has been running between the tackles (kinda' sounds like Bush, doesn't it?), & that's where Kubiak comes in. With Kubiak's experience with Denver's zone blocking scheme, could he be Hollings' saving grace? As we all know, Denver can plug just about any RB into their system & make him look like one of the best RB's of all time. With Hollings' speed, lateral movement, & pass catching abilities, he could be the RB that everyone thinks we'll suddenly find in Bush. I'd sure hate to use the #1 pick in the draft on Bush, if we already have a potential Bush clone on our roster, for a fraction of the cost. Yes, I'm in the trade down for more picks camp, but Young does have me questioning that position as well. Anyway, the question up for discussion is, Could Kubiak be Hollings saving grace? Fire away.