Originally posted on Houston Diehards  |  Last updated 10/12/11

HOUSTON - NOVEMBER 29: Tight end James Casey #86 of the Houston Texans is tackles by cornerback Jacob Lacey #27 of the Indianapolis Colts on November 29, 2009 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. The Colts won 35-27. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
[EDITOR'S NOTE] Tom is back with an update on his previous article on how James Casey’s involvement influences the offense. He got this to me prior to the game against Oakland, so it’s my fault that it only covers the first four weeks. I’m sure Tom will hit us up again soon with another update. Interesting stuff – thanks again for the contribution, Tom. Take it away! ** With his breakout game in Week 3 against the Saints, the James Casey Experiment officially hit full throttle. It’s amazing what relevant fantasy football numbers will do for national exposure. Through 4 games (why do NFL writers insist on calling this the ‘quarter pole’? It’s a term from horse racing that means there is a quarter mile left in the race… but I digress) Kubiak has rolled with Casey as his fullback/h-back/tight end swiss army knife. John Clayton and ESPN still refer to him as a tight end and Vickers, the traditional fullback on the roster, has played exclusively on special teams. After Week 1, I looked at
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