"When you're inside the offices, we're trying to get the top 22 guys on the field. Not only get the starters on the field, but trying to create roles for everybody else, and trying to manage that whole concept of being a part of something really special. There is no way one guy or I will overrule anybody on our offensive staff, they all come to consensus on who the starter is, it's the same as last year." The guy is trying to pigeon hole every player into a certain role that I think it really limits the abilities of all the players. Football is football man...leave your top players on the field the VAST majority of the time and you will get some cohesion. Running guys in and out for specific plays sounds good in theory but very rarely works well in practice. Leave Scott, Simmons, Geer, Jefferson and McKnight in for most of the game and I think they will find that the offence finds an identity and runs more smoothly.