quote:I said many times what Ryan likes to do at the nose(and ends) and even went into depth his situations in Oakland and Cleveland. I know some people disagree and think that he uses a 2-gap nose(and I'm not saying he never goes 2-gap; it's not his primary scheme though).
Bunkley barely weighs over 300 pounds. If he is our primary NT then Jenkins wasn't too hot of a pick.
quote:Go read the articles I linked you a while back. He was forced to run a 4-3 in Oakland. He did not run a 3-4.
In Oakland, he had guys like Ted Washington and 337 pound Terell Sands. Not exactly the kind of guys you are talking about. You will bring up Sapp, but Sapp played DE. We've had this argument before. Burgess was an OLB, even though he is listed at DE. If you go to pro-football-reference and click on Burgess' name, it says "DE-LB". Plus, you bring up Oakland, but you have argued before that he ran a 4-3 in Oakland. Make up your mind
quote:No. It's because I looked it up and read articles about it. Ownership and the Head Coach wanted to run a 4-3. I said this before. I never said he ran a 3-4 in Oakland. I also read plenty about Sapp throwing a bitch fit to go back to just being a DT because he hated playing DE.
You are the one who brought up Oakland, and are now saying he ran a 4-3 in Oakland. I know why you are saying he ran a 4-3 with Sapp and Washington at DT's. It's because that's what the depth charts say lol. 285-300 pound DE's. 335-350 pound DT's. That's 3-4 players. 260 pound DE/OLB. But you just go by what the depth chart tells you
I never said he ran a 3-4 in Oakland
I said many times what Ryan likes to do at the nose(and ends) and even went into depth his situations in Oakland and Cleveland