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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    If we can keep teams under 40 points it will be impressive. That defense is scary.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    I like the idea of running more of a 3-4 defense. Since we are already thin at the DT position, a single man rotation will help keep this position fresh. We may not have the perfect personnel for it, but it would be a good option to keep our thin DT position less exposed.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    Kind of late getting in on the spring game talk as very regrettably I was out of town and missed my first spring game in memory. I heard Medders had a good game and was wondering if he has a realistic chance of contributing, or is it just too crowded at wr as I see he's not in the two deeps. The only thing I know about him is I remember thinking he had good size, decent speed and great hands after seeing his high school highlight video, and was surprised we were getting him as a walk on.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    Well in the NFL, most of their 3-4 OLB played DE in college.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    I really can't see the 3-4 working with this group. It takes a more specialized & talented player.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    Quote Originally Posted by eddiepishammerd View Post
    I really can't see the 3-4 working with this group. It takes a more specialized & talented player.
    Eh debatable. If anything we should have done it earlier. The teams that started doing it in the NFL were the smart ones taking advantage of the tweener type players. Everyone was drafting 4-3 players and letting guys that didn't fit as well slip. Now that everyone is starting to do the 3-4 some teams are starting to go back to the 4-3 for the same reason.

    The 3-4 is easy to run IF you find that NT. That's the hardest part. It's the easiest position to learn, but the hardest to find the body for.



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    Re: Post spring 2-deep projection

    Then another question is do you want the 1 gap or 2 gap.



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