I'd like to throw this one out there for some discussion to see what people think. After moving Pitts to LT, the coaches had Bruener stay in and double the end on a lot of plays with Chester against Seattle. It seemed pretty effective. In the Colts game, they changed to a scheme where McKinney doubled at times from the inside or Davis chipped the end (Freeney usually) on the outside as he went out for the pass. On some occasions Freeny was tripled teamed by these players. Again, pretty effective from the blocking Freeney angle. Topics for discussion: What effect do you think these schemes had on the offense (Davis catching fewer passes last game, does the middle of the line get weakened, etc)? Did it further limit our already anemic passing game? What do you think Chester thought of the move to LT, only to be shown by the coaches they didn't think he could do it one on one? Did it strengthen or weaken the line overall? For instance, Pitts plays pretty well at guard - if they were going to go with frequent double or triple teams, should they have left Pitts at guard and had someone else play LT? Do all lineman even like the RBs to chip? I've heard that many don't like it because the RB can hit the o-lineman's arm and cause him to lose "control" of the end. In the second half of the Colts game, Freeney moved to tackle on a play, stunted with the end, and beat the double team scheme to the outside anyway. I thought that was a good example of the type of adjustment that we don't make.