Alright, some questions for my fellows fans... It appears as though the 4-3 is on its way into town. Seattle and Denver run 2 of the best 4-3's around. They generate good pressure, cover like a blanket, fly around and hit. I wanted to focus on a couple cogs in their respective defenses, and see how they use them. 1) Seattle DE Red Bryant. Is this their full-time DE on the strong side? He's got ZERO sacks this year, and only 2 in his career! At 6'4 323, he's exactly what I'd perceive as a 3-4 DE. What's up with this? Doesn't seem like we have anyone close to him on this roster (Brent would've been the closest). Also, is it right that Alan Branch plays next to him at DT? Another 325 pounder... looks like they load up with some serious beef on the strong side of that DL. We lack that type of size in a serious way. 2) Denver OLB Von Miller. He's 3rd in the NFL in sacks... does he simply blitz every passing down? And when he comes, are they bringing 5? It would seem to me that their zones would be compromised in coverage if he was part of a 5-man pressure every play. Wonder if Carter could be used in this capacity... but then again, we'd lose his special sideline-to-sideline coverage skills. The Bryant thing baffles me the most. Where does Seattle generate their pressure from? I'm assuming he comes off the field on 3rd down (for Bruce Irvin, who has 8 sacks). Thanks guys. This will be interesting.