he doesn't have a recognizable tendency.
There's no simple formula he has relied on throughout his 16 years in the NFL and 11 years in the college ranks.
"I think first of all, it's very multiple," Saints safety Jim Leonhard said. "It's not a system where it's, 'This is who we are, this is all we do,' like a Tampa 2 kind of system. He's very flexible."
"A lot of different variations," Saints guard Ben Grubbs said.
Couldn't this be a negative? I remember reading something when he was the DC for the Cowboys that a big reason his defense was struggling was because he had so many variations in his defenses that his players would get confused. Which in turn results in blown assignments.
Having your identity be that you don't have a identity can be dangerous imo.
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