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Old 01-24-2020, 03:44 PM   #31
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Re: 3-4 vs. 4-3

with a fresh coordinator and scheme and a much better defensive mind this roster should crush it.
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Old 01-24-2020, 04:50 PM   #32
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Re: 3-4 vs. 4-3

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Are Sweat and/or Young going to play DE or OLB?



Would the line look like this?

DE Sweat, Young

DT Allen, Ioannidis, or Payne (with one of them on bench in base 43?)



Or more like this?

DE Allen, Ioannidis

DT Payne, Settle (with Sweat and Young at OLB?)



Or something in between?


I think the answer is simple. They’ll be defensive ends primarily. Del rio will have them with their hands in the dirt in every situation possible. He already made comments about guys who are best going after the qb need to be doing that as much as possible
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Old 01-24-2020, 04:52 PM   #33
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Re: 3-4 vs. 4-3

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Are Sweat and/or Young going to play DE or OLB?

Would the line look like this?
DE Sweat, Young
DT Allen, Ioannidis, or Payne (with one of them on bench in base 43?)

Or more like this?
DE Allen, Ioannidis
DT Payne, Settle (with Sweat and Young at OLB?)

Or something in between?
Rotation, situational substitution, resting players and keeping them fresh. Yes, yes, yes. For example I do not want Sweat on the field on an obvious run play. But a pass play he needs to be in there. With all of the talent we have and if we add Young and keep Kerrigan, this front seven will be much improved.
But the greatest room for improvement and will hopefully be most notable on the field is what Meks is saying, we FINALLY have a defensive coaching staff that knows what they are doing. Our coaches have been so bad for so long.
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Old 01-25-2020, 01:24 AM   #34
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Re: 3-4 vs. 4-3

Sweat, Young at DE, Kerrigan (for the right price) McKinzy

Payne, Settle inside or Allen, Ionnadis, any combo would do, serious fucking talent and beef here.

LB’s Holcomb, Anderson (move him inside) Foster when recovers, SDH, Bostic if he stays.

This group with Del Rio could be as effective, if not more dominant than SF. They’ve underachieve and it’s time to kick some serious ass.

Get Chase!!
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Sweat, Young at DE, Kerrigan (for the right price) McKinzy

Payne, Settle inside or Allen, Ionnadis, any combo would do, serious fucking talent and beef here.

LB’s Holcomb, Anderson (move him inside) Foster when recovers, SDH, Bostic if he stays.

This group with Del Rio could be as effective, if not more dominant than SF. They’ve underachieve and it’s time to kick some serious ass.

Get Chase!!
+1

Also means that barring BPA being an LB, we can spend a pick or 2 on the secondary and still have picks for the OL and TE. Or better still, go after a good S and/or CB (Jones?) in FA and spend the rest on O/BPA.
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Also means that barring BPA being an LB, we can spend a pick or 2 on the secondary and still have picks for the OL and TE. Or better still, go after a good S and/or CB (Jones?) in FA and spend the rest on O/BPA.


Improving the FS spot will be key too. With fewer LBs in coverage, the importance of someone at the S position with range is higher and that’s a big need.


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Re: 3-4 vs. 4-3

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Are Sweat and/or Young going to play DE or OLB?

Would the line look like this?
DE Sweat, Young
DT Allen, Ioannidis, or Payne (with one of them on bench in base 43?)

Or more like this?
DE Allen, Ioannidis
DT Payne, Settle (with Sweat and Young at OLB?)

Or something in between?
Sweat and Young at DE
Payne, Allen, Ionnadis, and Settle at DT

Kerrigan at DE too but we will see what we do with him
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