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Nose tackle prospects

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by tvooz, Nov 2, 2006.

  1. LD Fan

    LD Fan New Member

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    The 2 aren't mutally exclusive. If he's big/strong enough to move the pile he'll get double teamed.
     
  2. kartr

    kartr New Member

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    I understand that, but New England uses a 3-4 D, yet they have 4-3 packages. I don't see any reason to slavishly stick with the 3-4. Notice that the 4-3 teams are more successful rushing the passer. Chicago,Seattle,Philly, all those teams use the 4-3 and get it done.
     
  3. peplaw06

    peplaw06 That Guy

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    I realize that... I'm simply saying I think BP puts more stock in a guy being strong at the point of attack and being able to command double teams over a NT who is a great pass rusher. It'd be great to have a guy who could do both, but if they WERE mutually exclusive, then I believe BP would go for the OL eater.
     
  4. YoungBuck

    YoungBuck New Member

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    Tank Tyler

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