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Our coaching staff is basically a biker gang and will f*ck your coaching staff up.    You love to see it. 

When you miss your assignment, this is the face that will be waiting on the sideline. 

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1 hour ago, Jet Nut said:

Our coaching staff will kick the shlt out of your coaching staff!

This is how the 1st pick of the draft should be decided moving forward. 

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3 hours ago, jetsons said:

as per Saleh ... Saleh Will NOT be calling plays.

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He kind of looks like a pissed off Adam Gase on (lots of) steroids. Seriously.  Just focus on the eyes...

Not that Gase ever got pissed off...

 

 

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3 hours ago, slimjasi said:

Our coaching staff is basically a biker gang and will f*ck your coaching staff up. 

 

You love to see it. 

And JD flipped Shane Falco's pickup in 'The Replacements'  Just sayin...

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3 hours ago, PS17 said:

I’d love to see Quinnen develop a mean streak under these guys. I think he’s capable. 

Good point.  Q does seem almost too nice, maybe getting from very good to elite is developing that toughness.  Seems like we have the 2 guys to help him do it.

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47 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

Alright 4-3 under hybrid, cover 3 type defense confirmed. To the FA and Draft machine. I believe this will benefit Bless Austin and Bryce Hall who seem like good fits for the defense. 

We will need: 

5-Tech, single gap, traditional DEs

Every down LEO to line up in either 7 or 9 tech

Fast coverage LBS

Hybrid 4-3 SAM LB that can rush the passer and drop into coverage

To bring back Marcus Maye 

It will be fun this offseason to discuss schemes on both sides of the ball, but there is a misconception out there that Saleh continued to run the Seattle cover 3 Def.  He really adapted over time in SF and didnt have one "single scheme" that he played.  

There was a great breakdown on him playing redzone defense where half the field was man and the other half was zone.

I think he will have the front four attacking vs read/react or stunting and will mix coverage behind them.

I also think John Franklin-Myers will be a key player in that he could be an excellent 4-3 DE on run downs and move inside next to Q on passing downs.  Then we do need to find that Leo-type DE on the other side.  Im not sure that players like Dupree or Judon fit in this scheme, but its possible that if passrushers with speed want to play here Saleh and Ulbricht will just figure it out.  Im also not sure if Mosley ever played in a 4-3

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1 hour ago, kdels62 said:

Alright 4-3 under hybrid, cover 3 type defense confirmed. To the FA and Draft machine. I believe this will benefit Bless Austin and Bryce Hall who seem like good fits for the defense. 

We will need: 

5-Tech, single gap, traditional DEs

Every down LEO to line up in either 7 or 9 tech

Fast coverage LBS

Hybrid 4-3 SAM LB that can rush the passer and drop into coverage

To bring back Marcus Maye 

How do you see our current players fitting this system? QW, Fatusaki, FM, Shepherd, Anderson(gone). Mosley, Zuniga, Basham, Huff

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33 minutes ago, BCJet said:

It will be fun this offseason to discuss schemes on both sides of the ball, but there is a misconception out there that Saleh continued to run the Seattle cover 3 Def.  He really adapted over time in SF and didnt have one "single scheme" that he played.  

There was a great breakdown on him playing redzone defense where half the field was man and the other half was zone.

I think he will have the front four attacking vs read/react or stunting and will mix coverage behind them.

I also think John Franklin-Myers will be a key player in that he could be an excellent 4-3 DE on run downs and move inside next to Q on passing downs.  Then we do need to find that Leo-type DE on the other side.  Im not sure that players like Dupree or Judon fit in this scheme, but its possible that if passrushers with speed want to play here Saleh and Ulbricht will just figure it out.  Im also not sure if Mosley ever played in a 4-3

So I did some more research and Connor Hughes reported that Saleh doesn’t view his scheme as Seahawkish as it used to be. I looked into Ulbricht’s history too and saw similar influences to Saleh so I think we’ll strive for 4-3 (wide 9) base and 4-3 (under) and it’ll all be heavy zone coverage. 

20 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

How do you see our current players fitting this system? QW, Fatusaki, FM, Shepherd, Anderson(gone). Mosley, Zuniga, Basham, Huff

Just looking at it I think it’ll be this way.

Quinnen and Shepherd will mostly split reps at 3-tech and both will able to penetrate and will probably put up the best stats of the bunch. Unless Fatukasi gets a new running mate he’ll see an uptick in reps as a NT. It’s possible Q and Shepherd also play some NT but it’s almost wasteful. The same issue arises for JFM, who excelled as an undersized 3-tech on the inside this year. He’ll probably be made to run as an 5 or 7 tech next year  which he won’t be terrible at but it’s harder to beat tackles 1v1 than guards. The more 4-3 under the better for JFM, the more wide 9 the worse.

Huff and Zuniga are good fits for the two type of DEs we’ll need. Huff is a wide 9 fit and Zuniga can be the 5 tech, bull rushing at the tackle and locking up the strong side. 

Mosley is interesting because he’s been out of the game but he’s good at zone coverage. However, if he loses a step it’ll be clear because he has to cover so much more space now than in the last schemes. Blake Cashman is a guy that can excel in this scheme, if he can stay healthy. I doubt we bring back Hewitt at this point.  

 

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7 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

So I did some more research and Connor Hughes reported that Saleh doesn’t view his scheme as Seahawkish as it used to be. I looked into Ulbricht’s history too and saw similar influences to Saleh so I think we’ll strive for 4-3 (wide 9) base and 4-3 (under) and it’ll all be heavy zone coverage. 

Just looking at it I think it’ll be this way.

Quinnen and Shepherd will mostly split reps at 3-tech and both will able to penetrate and will probably put up the best stats of the bunch. Unless Fatukasi gets a new running mate he’ll see an uptick in reps as a NT. It’s possible Q and Shepherd also play some NT but it’s almost wasteful. The same issue arises for JFM, who excelled as an undersized 3-tech on the inside this year. He’ll probably be made to run as an 5 or 7 tech next year  which he won’t be terrible at but it’s harder to beat tackles 1v1 than guards. The more 4-3 under the better for JFM, the more wide 9 the worse.

Huff and Zuniga are good fits for the two type of DEs we’ll need. Huff is a wide 9 fit and Zuniga can be the 5 tech, bull rushing at the tackle and locking up the strong side. 

Mosley is interesting because he’s been out of the game but he’s good at zone coverage. However, if he loses a step it’ll be clear because he has to cover so much more space now than in the last schemes. Blake Cashman is a guy that can excel in this scheme, if he can stay healthy. I doubt we bring back Hewitt at this point.  

 

Setting aside the fact that Huff played well and Zuniga did nothing, Zuniga is a better "fit" in this defense at almost 270, while Huff at 255 is pretty small to be a 4-3 DE and is not a player that you want to gain weight.  The good thing about huff is that he played some coverage so hopefully his athleticism and versatility is something the coaches can use.

Id imagine Q and Fatukasi start as DTs as both can play the run and pass and then we move JFM inside on passing downs.

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2 hours ago, kdels62 said:

Alright 4-3 under hybrid, cover 3 type defense confirmed. To the FA and Draft machine. I believe this will benefit Bless Austin and Bryce Hall who seem like good fits for the defense. 

We will need: 

5-Tech, single gap, traditional DEs

Every down LEO to line up in either 7 or 9 tech

Fast coverage LBS

Hybrid 4-3 SAM LB that can rush the passer and drop into coverage

To bring back Marcus Maye 

So we only need 9 or so players on defense. Should be fine. 

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19 minutes ago, BCJet said:

Setting aside the fact that Huff played well and Zuniga did nothing, Zuniga is a better "fit" in this defense at almost 270, while Huff at 255 is pretty small to be a 4-3 DE and is not a player that you want to gain weight.  The good thing about huff is that he played some coverage so hopefully his athleticism and versatility is something the coaches can use.

Id imagine Q and Fatukasi start as DTs as both can play the run and pass and then we move JFM inside on passing downs.

I think Huff could excel in a Robert Mathis, Jerry Hughes kind of way. He's the wide 9 fit on this team and could be used situationally as either the LEO or as the SAM over the TE. Zuniga, if he improves goes a long way towards helping the team, more likely we sign Kerry Hyder to do the job Zuniga is supposed to do. 

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41 minutes ago, peekskill68 said:

A Dowell Loggains/Mike LaFleur cage match would be pay-per-view gold....

Would not be close LaFleur has been working out that neck ! All Loggains has is "The One Ring"

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1 hour ago, New York Mick said:

Atlanta’s defense sucked

Not after he was named coordinator by the interim HC - points allowed went from over 30 to just over 20. I'd look for the link, but I am too lazy. 

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22 minutes ago, Samtorobby47 said:

So we only need 9 or so players on defense. Should be fine. 

Eh. As long as we get a CB to put in front of Bryce Hall and Bless Austin on the depth chart we should be okay. Also we have to bring back Marcus Maye. 

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5 hours ago, nyjbuddy said:

The passion and intensity.

A few clips of him playing in college.

Ohhhh I like this guy already. I cant stand Mora. He's a little weasel. Would have been great if Ulbrich biatch slapped him there. 

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