I asked Saunders if he still plans on using an eight-man rotation with this roster. Saunders didn't close the door on giving several players the opportunity to contribute. "I'll be honest," he said. "In the past, we played eight, nine man rotation because that's the players that were able to play at the level that we needed them to do it ... When you look at our roster right now, we're solid at every spot. Some people say, 'How are you going to play them all?' That's up for me to decide, actually up to them to decide how we play."Thank you, Michael Lee. Those who were concerned that we'd only be playing nine guys a night can rest easy. Editor's Note, by Mike: I like hearing Flip say he'll be flexible here. Could just be smoke, but there are a lot of other ways he could have answered this question that would have affirmed the "eight man primarily" position.