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Old 09-13-2004   #3
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NT is definately a concern in the 3-4. Seth is still a little slow, and he's not yet in playing shape. Hpefully he'll make major strides this week because if not then we could be in trouble. I don't think blitzing all the time will help much against Detroit because they can simply do as we did against SD. Throw a screen pass to Jones, and leave it to the secondary to tackle him. I don't mind an agressive approach, but with Babin still being a liability in coverage it doesn't leave much mystery as to who's coming on a blitz. Wong is one of our best LBs in coverage, and if you send him and Babin then that leaves Foreman or Sharper on their TE (Alexander) who's a pretty good reciever. If you send 5 then there's a chance that you still won't get any pressure on the QB if they pick it up, and he'll be able to pick apart the secondary. If you send 6 or 7 then that leaves the screen pass open. Wouldn't mind seeing a corner blitz from Dunta in the NB when they go 3 wide every now and then.
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