Agree. With a healthy Clowney, I know Mercilus' role has changed, but the same way we move Clowney and Watt around, couldn't some coaching creativity do the same for Mercilus? Some fans might consider this blasphemy, but I don't feel Watt, Clowney and Mercilus bring the unrelenting, consistent and ferocious pass rush that you expect with their reputations. They have these individual games from time to time or even great individual seasons, but as a unit, they seem to lack something or Romeo and the coaching staff don't seem to creatively mix 4-3 and 3-4 fronts to maximize their talents. Also, I still don't feel Clowney has been able to take advantage of his physical attributes. The guy is 6'5" and has a 6'11" wingspan yet he always seems a second late to the QB. Why isn't he using his hands and wingspan better to get to the QB to force fumbles and incompletions? Too many times it appears if he would only reach out when closing in on the QB he would be even more disruptive. Finally, with all of his physical attributes, Clowney just does not seem like a smooth football player. He doesn't seem as coordinated as a Vonn Miller or other elite pass rushers.