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Old 01-17-2005   #21
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The more I look at it now it seems that our defense is slowly being brought along. Every year we seem to bring in a few more plays. Like we rarely saw CB blitz in previous seasons and I havn't seem much of the classic crossover ILB switch where both ILB's blitz the middle but cross each other to create confusion. I saw the Chargers to the weakside switch in the playoffs, but I don't recall too many times the Texans doing it. That was a staple of the blitzburgh defense. I'd like to add too that Coleman's role is beginning to look like Carnell Lakes role in the mid-90's He was called on to to do so many things in the secondary. And Dunta's role as a CB and Nickleback reminds me of the switching Rod Woodson would do. As the seasons are piling up it seems that we are adding more and more aggressiveness. We still havn't utilized the whole scheme but we are using more and more each year. Maybe this next year we will unload. it was tough to do with so many people at positions that were not there the year before.
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