I don't do the sig bet stuff. You know that and I never said you were being racist I said you were stereotyping by position and to me you are. Tim Tebow would probably still be playing if he's agreed to play RB or HBack. I'm not saying it's a common thing for guys like him and Lynch to convert but it's also not the impossibility you want to make it. You like Ford. I like Ford too but with the exception of a few nice carries and a little shake and bake move last preseason that left a tackler looking foolish I haven't seen all that much from him. He wasn't all that and a bag of chips on STeams either so it's not like we're talking about a core player here. Guys like him get replaced all the time. How do you rank functional speed? As far as quickness and agility it would seem that Lynch is at least the equivalent of Carey and so far the coaches have said he's been impressive. I think we both know that Carey is a virtual lock to be the #2 back so all we're talking about is the #3 spot. Ford has some traits the Bears may value and Lynch has a few other they may also value. What it all comes down to is who they can use the most now with a few points thrown in for upside.