Gut- thanks for the nice re-cap on the option. VY is certainly adept at playing from a 3 WR set since in the Rose Bowl they ran it all but 1 time. Chow is known for designing plays to force the defense into certain packages and then trying to exploit the mismatches. Chow now has a great mismatch machine in VY to go along with Troupe plus the pulling skills of Mawae. Just like the Texas offense rarely used the FB, I don't expect us to use one much either. I see us running a ton of 2TE, 2WR sets, with a single RB or 3WR, 1 TE, 1 RB. Even with Volek we should get some good matchups out of those sets, but with VY it really puts a ton of pressure on the defense. The formation I really want to see is 2WR to one side and double TE to the other with VY under center and Brown or White as the lone RB. The defense would have to stay in their base set otherwise we could easily over power them to the 2 TE side. How would they chose to defend Bennett and Givens on the same side? I imagine Givens being in the slot with Bennett outside. I don't think any team would want Givens 1 on 1 with a LB or a FS for that matter. The opposing team could bring the other CB over to help in coverage while sliding the SS up on the 2 TE side. But that leaves Troupe and Scaife 1 on 1 with LB and SS and the threat of VY running the ball to that side. I've thought about how to defend that formation for days and haven't come up with a great scheme that doesn't leave the Titans with a good mismatch. All you fantasy defensive co-ordinators, I want to hear how you would defend that formation.