Another factor is the coaching staff's trust in Houshmandzadeh and Stallworth, who have combined for 151 starts in 18 NFL seasons."These two guys have played a lot of football, and you can throw them out there, and they can play in the game despite not getting a whole lot of reps. That's a critical factor," Hostler said. "They're playing a third of the time, so they're only getting a third of the reps in practice. So they've got to be able to do things without getting reps. With young guys, you don't have that luxury. We have [rookie] David [Reed], as an example. He may be talented, but he's not going to be somebody that we're just going to throw out there and run something that he hasn't done. So those two allow you to have that kind of flexibility."