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Old 06-19-2013   #6
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Default Re: [NFL.com] NFL's best defense? Texans, Seahawks are in the conversation

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Originally Posted by Fili View Post
Do you guys think the secondary is the only concern?
3 seconds.

I think with Jjo, KJax, McCain/Harris, Manning, & Ed Reed/DJ...... we should be able to provide 3 seconds of coverage on most downs. Well, we need a smart guy in the middle who is smart enough to recognize & defend routes... i.e. Brian Cushing.

Watch our play off game vs NE (highlights). The pass that was thrown behind Andre(44 seconds), Matt was wanting to go to OD running a slant. OD beat his defender to the inside, The MLB was rushing the line, but he saw OD coming across the middle & occupied the space directly in front of him.

That's not an illegal pick, it's someone who understands routes. If the Y releases inside obstruct his route.

Cushing is smart enough to do it. We'll see if Sharpton or Brooks is as well.
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