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Thread: Next Time we play RG3, lets abandon the 4-3

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    Next Time we play RG3, lets abandon the 4-3

    I hope Fewell decides to abandon the 4-3 look when we play RG3. Our Defensive Line has no chance against that type of offensive. We need a different front against that type of offenses. Most college teams commit more guys in the box. I seen most college teams go to a 50 front or even a 4-4 look. The 3 safety look was terrible against this...because Rolle is waay to small to be taking on blocks from Darryl Young. Hopefully Fewell will mix up the fronts.

    The Skins coordinatoor did a great job mixing up coverages against Eli. Our defense looked sort of vanilla. If Tuck and Osi dont want to play anything else than 4-3 DE then they can be benched and get the best seats in the house while drooling over RG3.

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    We don't have the linebackers to do that ****... we need to draft more. But that isn't exactly news either...

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    next time we'll have skilled linebackers

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    it is not about 3-4 defense it is about gap discipline and not biting on play action

    there was one play in the game where the Giants contained their gap responsibility and Prince made a great play on the pitch out option

    they were too worried about A gap and never set the edge

    Osi and JPP abandoned their gaps regularly biting on A and B gap play action and left the edge wide open

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    stated in previous post that this game clearly showed our weakness at LB. Too slow, can not shed their blocks, not staying in lanes , etc. We need a spy on RGIII.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YATittle1962 View Post
    it is not about 3-4 defense it is about gap discipline and not biting on play action

    there was one play in the game where the Giants contained their gap responsibility and Prince made a great play on the pitch out option

    they were too worried about A gap and never set the edge

    Osi and JPP abandoned their gaps regularly biting on A and B gap play action and left the edge wide open
    +1.....

    That and contain the run.

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    we don't have to worry about bob any more this year. unless its do or die.

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