First - I would see if he could be an everydown back, aka Terrell Davis. If not, we have to use him like USC. Figure each team averages about 60 plays a game. So, figure pulling him in short yardage and after long gains, he gets about 47 plays a game. I break that down: 16 rushes 15 play action/screens - looking at about 5 dumpoffs per game 16 times in motion to the slot (or lining up in the slot) - throw 6 times, give 10 carries to DD (who also gets about 5 carries when Bush is on the sideline) I think he creates all kinds of mismatches. When he moves into the slot, a LB can't cover him (or he will get burned), so teams will have to adjust out of their normal D to compensate by leaving a 3rd CB in the game at all times, which in turn opens up the running game. I think he averages 80 plus rushing, 8 catches and 100 yards a game receiving. Lineup: I would primarily go with 2 sets: a pro style with DD and Bush together or an I style with Bush behind a FB: with a TE, a WR and a 2nd WR (sometimes a 2nd TE if we draft one that can catch - c'mon Pope at #33). I would mix in 3 WR sets occasionally if we get the talent at WR to make it work.