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Old 01-15-2010, 10:04 PM   #196
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I don't know if I agree with Haslett's take on Carter. His time in the 3-4 in San Fran was not too good, as I remember. Maybe he sees previously-uncoached potential that I don't.
Coaches differ in their phylosophy in the 3-4 scheme--as with any defense--. Maybe Haslett can get Carter to produce as a OLB in his 3-4. If not there is always A Thomas
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Old 01-15-2010, 10:53 PM   #197
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I don't know if I agree with Haslett's take on Carter. His time in the 3-4 in San Fran was not too good, as I remember. Maybe he sees previously-uncoached potential that I don't.
Sounds like he has a lot of studying and prep before he has a decision on what defense he plans on implementing. Seemed like vague non-offensive answers. Which is fine for me at this point. I hope he will have more answers in the upcoming weeks.
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Old 01-15-2010, 11:13 PM   #198
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I think it's a good sign that he doesn't sound committed either way. Sounds like someone who would rather fit the scheme to the personel.
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Old 01-15-2010, 11:28 PM   #199
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Old 01-16-2010, 02:53 PM   #200
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2 thumbs up I like the hastlett move
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Old 01-16-2010, 03:17 PM   #201
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:10 AM   #204
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I heard he has 4.4 or 4.5 speed I can't remember tho this kid will be something special and Berry, Suh, & McClain they are the three safest picks in the draft hands down.
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Old 01-17-2010, 06:08 PM   #205
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Why are we discussing defensive draft picks so much? Without a huge infusion of new talent on offense the 2010 campaign promises to be as disappointing as last year. I'm just saying I can get excited about guys like the big 3 OTs: Okung, Campbell and Williams (?). Hell I can get excited about G/Centers this year!
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Why are we discussing defensive draft picks so much? Without a huge infusion of new talent on offense the 2010 campaign promises to be as disappointing as last year. I'm just saying I can get excited about guys like the big 3 OTs: Okung, Campbell and Williams (?). Hell I can get excited about G/Centers this year!
I'm always excited about defense, but I'm with you Goat. I've never been as excited about getting o-linemen as I am this year. I would love to have a superior o-line. It's been a long time and we need it.
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Old 01-17-2010, 09:34 PM   #207
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I'm always excited about defense, but I'm with you Goat. I've never been as excited about getting o-linemen as I am this year. I would love to have a superior o-line. It's been a long time and we need it.
I mean one thing it seems Shanny hasn't gotten credit for is the line he put together in Denver before getting the axe. I don't think McDaniels replaced any of the line, and even w/ mediocre play from his QB the offense had some success.
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Old 01-18-2010, 04:45 PM   #208
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Why are we discussing defensive draft picks so much? Without a huge infusion of new talent on offense the 2010 campaign promises to be as disappointing as last year. I'm just saying I can get excited about guys like the big 3 OTs: Okung, Campbell and Williams (?). Hell I can get excited about G/Centers this year!

Dude, I am with you all the way. We can draft all offensive linemen and I will be happy to be honest, although 4-5 linemen would be what we need. Any position filled on the o line would indeed fill a need. Only Raibach and maybe Dockery are keepers. Chris needs to retire, same thing for Randy.
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Dude, I am with you all the way. We can draft all offensive linemen and I will be happy to be honest, although 4-5 linemen would be what we need. Any position filled on the o line would indeed fill a need. Only Raibach and maybe Dockery are keepers. Chris needs to retire, same thing for Randy.
I wonder if Rabach could have a little rebound in him as a lighter quicker blocking lineman. Not sure he has the brains but Shanny and Co should be able to find that out
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:47 PM   #210
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Re: Haslett to accept Defensive Coordinator

I'm a bit late to the party but Haslett is a welcome change imo regardless of his scheme.

I thought that Blache wasn't getting the most out of our defense.
I thought that his scheme's were predictable and but at the same time lacked discipline.
I think our secondary as a unit the blew more coverages assignments then what can reasonably be expected from a unit with their talent and experience.

I'm skeptical about the move a possible move to 3-4 although i think it could work.

I think that Haynesworth would make a good possibly great NT if he were to embrace the position, but most likely he won't. But he could be an equally disruptive 3-4 DE.

Here's my opinion of how our 3-4 front 7 should look:

DE-Daniels
NT-Monty (I still have faith in this kid maybe with Blache gone he can get out of the dog house and show the upside he flashed under Gregg Willimam? And if not he's still a big body that could be a space eater.)
DE-Haynseworth (He should freakin dominate here)

OLB-Orakpo-Beast

ILB(Mack)-Fletcher has the speed and the instinct to excell in this role, its the postion in a 3-4 most similiar to his role as a 4-3 MLB; the 'mack' is the unblocked 'playmaker' in a 3-4. Rocky would also fit in this role but Fletcher,imo, is still at this point in their careers the better of the 2.

ILB(Buck)-H.B. Blades. The 'buck' 3-4 ILB is a banger that often takes on blocks and is similiar to a 4-3 SAM backer, Blades is the only true non-hybrid SAM backer on the roster and this might give him a chance to shine.
Imo Rocky too small for this position and would struggle getting off blocks because he's not often asked to as a 4-3 WILL.

OLB-Chris Wilson/Carter- I remember Blache admitting that Kirk Olivadotti got more production from Chris Wilson during the offseason transition to hybrid DE/OLB then Blache did in Wilson's entire tenure with the skins.
I think we all see that Wilson has tons of potential and just needs to play.
Although Carter has played 3-4 OLB with the 49ers reports are that it wasn't a good fit, maybe the second time around will be the charm?
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