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Old 04-02-2013   #40
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Default Re: Let's discuss Texans ILB

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Originally Posted by Number19 View Post
Last season we were beaten up by the new breed of large & quick TE coming across into the shallow middle zone. We were also taken advantage of by the faster paced teams when we were just a bit slow with our substitutions. By having a larger LB ( say 6'-2", 250 lbs, running in the 4.6 range ) we match up better against these TE's, while giving Wade more flexibility in his defensive calls. I get a feeling that Wade hasn't quite had the personnel to fully execute his defense and this would be improved by a three down ILB.

A large ,strong, fast SS who could play in the box and who could help seal the middle against the run would also help.

All defenses have a weak spot which can be attacked. Wade's 1-gap 34 defense has it's weak spot right up the middle and this is where we need the most improvement.
Glover Quin is 6'0" 207 lbs.... probably runs in the 4.6-4.5 range. I think a 6-2 220lb linebacker that runs a 4.6 would be ideal. If he can turn his hips like a DB that is. He'll have to turn & run with these TEs.
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