So Conor Casey is pretty much a force of nature. A good number of Colorado Rapids fans out there probably did a little happy dance when Casey was finally put back out on the field after having been out for so long thanks to his Achilles tendon issues. And, as a Tony Cascio fan, I was initially intrigued by the Casey/Cascio forward pairing. Or, as I liked to think of it, the "Caseyio pairing." However, after two games and only two goals scored (and none by either of them), I'm not feeling as confidant about that pairing.
There is, of course, the classic pairing of Casey with Omar Cummings, but Cummings' ankle sprain will keep him out for a bit longer.
Cascio is a natural winger, not a striker by trade, and it's shown. It's pretty clear that the Rapids need to switch it up and go with a different strike pairing, who do we want up there until Cummings comes back?