Ben Foden, the in form Northampton full-back is apparently too big a risk for Martin Johnson.
Yes, good old Johnno has flicked the V's at his critics, laughed in the face of the pundits and ignored the calls to revamp his England team ahead of the Six Nations clash with Scotland this weekend.
Apparently Johnno doesn't want to get his hands on the World Cup again
Despite Foden's inspiring display off the bench against Ireland (which eclipsed dull Delon Armitage's efforts), Foden is not in the starting XV against Scotland.
With England's Grand Slam chance gone, why is Johnno still insisting on playing it so safe?
What about Courtney Lawes, Chris Ashton, Shontayne Hape, Steffon Armitage, Nick Kennedy and champagne swilling Chris Robshaw to name but a few?
Why aren't they being given a chance?
Even Lewis Moody has been relegated to the bench. OK so after his great performances in the autumn Moody hasn't been as effective, but I can't help but wonder if his announcement about leaving Leicester had anything to do with his new role as a bench warmer.
Still, Leicester's Ben Youngs has made it into the 22 which is great news. And fear not, rugby fans, Leicester's dynamo Louis Deacon is still in the starting XV.
Hang on. What's that I hear you say? Could Johnno be guilty of a Leicester bias?
The World Cup is approaching fast and Johnno's tediously conservative England are in danger of being so badly undercooked next year when they face Argentina on 10 September it's just not funny.
It really is time that the England coach took a gamble and backed some of England's young stars.
And I mean really back them, not just giving them five minutes at the end of the game
Oh and drop James "The Hask" Haskell. Please.