Well, this is going to sound stupid, cause he obviously is in retrospect. But I'm not sure if it's because of Hollings or the intelligence of Casserly. I mean really, we've been drafting real quality runningbacks the past couple years (ironic that we're going to draft Bush, but i'm not against that), and it just looked like there was no place for Hollings. DD was the starter. Wells was the backup. A 3rd string runningback is not a guy who's going to get a lot of carries. We then drafted Morency, and with a lineup stacked like that, no wonder Hollings wasn't able to play a down. Include his injury situation, and Hollings was pretty much left up the creek without a pole. Basically, I'm not sure if Hollings was a guy who couldn't get the job done. He was just a guy who got in a really bad situation. I haven't been able to evaluate him because I just never saw him on the field. I'm just saying that at that time, Hollings wasn't the most terrible choice in the world. Casserly still stinks though.