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This is pretty much for fun. I just noticed that a few of the coaches on our DC hot board have a 3-4 background. Not that it means they can't coach any other system, but it's just something that I thought about earlier.
For fun, if we ran a 3-4 or a 4-2-5, who do you think would start? I don't think we have the LBs to do the 3-4, but I think we would be find on the DL. Of course they would have to learn the positions. I don't know much about the 4-2-5. Seems that the LBs are really only responsible for stopping the run? Seems like we might have the DBs for it though?
Mario Timmy Mcallister on the line
Telvin jones Northrup and cashed at LB
Joyner ( brooks or Los) Darby ( Waisome or hunter)
Mario Timmy Mcallister cashed or holin or someone haha
Jones telvin LB
Los at jack and then Joyner brooks Darby (hunter or Waisome)
we ran a 4-2-5 the majority of this season. Moody was only out there every now and then as Hunter was on the field as the extra db much more often. granted this was really our "nickel package" and not a base defense with a hybrid-type db/lb or "spur" position similar to what Socar uses. this was one reason we did so well against the spread teams of the acc and then did so bad against the power football offense uf ran as they just crammed it down our throats (well, that and EJ deciding to give them the ball 4 extra times).
This post was edited by gasou 16 months ago
"Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."
Shanks and Stample would make good NG. You could also rotate Goldman or Timmy but I would prefer to keep Timmy at the DT spot.
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