Normally placing the odds of winning a football game in the hands of a player on either side of the ball is reserved for those who have proven themselves as game changers and leaders on the team. But with the news that Reddish is back in the lineup allows Syracuse's secondary to take a complete 180 from what was going to be seen tomorrow night. Although pointing out individual players as problems on the defense sometimes seems unfair as different circumstances can lead to poor coverage. But Rishard Anderson has been beaten off the line of scrimmage and for jump balls too many times to feel comfortable with him in the starting, especially when Pittsburgh has two very good wide receivers who line up on the outside. But the addition of Reddish back into the starting role could cause confidence to rise immensely, and it is reported that he doesn't seem to be laboring a certain "lower body" injury at this time. I just wanted to post this and my opinion to begin a little conversation about how you all feel our CBs have been playing and whether you think Mr. Reddish will have as big an impact tomorrow night as I do.