Thread: OLB Play
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Old 09-18-2012   #6
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Default Re: OLB Play

Well, we all know that pressure can come from different places.

For a penetrating defense like ours where Watt, Ninja are such forces with Mitchell, Jamison also do their part, the OLBs are further from action and can't get there as fast (on the average).

Also, we've had stunts with the OLB going inside stoning both his man and the G to allow our Ends to make play.

It's quite effective as we've been able to keep the inside lane clogged up while still going at it on the pass rush with the Ends.

I imagine Wade Phillips will bring different varieties to the table against different opponents without even have to throw the kitchen sink at them.

He has good personnel here that should allow him to do so many things.
This team is going yard, man.

The best defense I've seen with all the teams from Houston.
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