You’ve probably noticed by now that football coaches tend to be set in their ways. They have a vision of how their teams will play, and that vision is the only correct one in their view. It’s why they select players to fit that vision and teach them how to see it as well. One marriage of vision and selection that hasn’t always matched up is the Houston Texans and former H-back James Casey.
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Posted by Alen Dumonjic under James Casey, The Tape Never Lies on Jun 28, 2013
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Here are this week’s super sleepers for your watch list. We take a look at a QB who ran the “pistol offense” at the University of Nevada, a tight end who is currently working under a hidden identity and Kuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhnnnn.
Colin Kaepernick (SF) – Owned in 0% / 1% of ESPN / Yahoo leagues – Obviously the QB’s on your watch list will vary depending on the size of your league and whether or not you have 2 QB’s starting on each team. For our watch those of you in 2-QB leagues, Kaepernick is worth keeping an eye on. The Niners have one of the most physically gifted offensive lines in football and they currently lead the NFL in rushing yards. Kaerpernick, at 6”5, 233 lbs., is being given a larger role every week and will even launch the occasional deep throw down the field.