Here's Lance Zierlein's observation on how our RB's are being coached with Alex Gibbs gone: Read his other observations too. Zierlein is saying that defenses had an answer to zone blocking by running defenders inside and closing the lanes, so we're adjusting by riding the outside and forcing defenses to relax the inside pressure. So what adjustments should we expect defenses to make? I imagine a 3-4 defense would be happy to put their OLB's on the line for most downs where they can blitz, cover the outside, or drop back into coverage. A 4-3 will bring up a corner to cover the outside. I imagine we would exploit both of these schemes with screens and boot legs. So does this indicate the end of the Alex Gibbs ZBS in the NFL, and will our new approach be consistently effective even after enough film of it is out there? I certainly hope so. I took Foster in the 5th this weekend.