Written by MICHAEL C. WRIGHT , and posted on jacksonville.com, this article's got everything; context, great quotes, stats etc.... Most importantly I suspect it'll give us something to talk about! Enjoy: click here
In short it's explaining that the 3-4 is what we're playing most of the time, and that the switch was necessary due to injuries and roster complications. Here's a few talking points:
- Does this switch make "post roast" (AKA T.Knighton) our defensive MVP?
- How much credit does JDR get for recognizing what he's got on his roster? Do you buy into that premise that he had two bad choices, and as a result prepping the team to play 3-4 just in case was exactly what you'd expect a good coach to do?
- What about the impact of potential/future injuries, post 3-4 conversion? Does that change what we look for in our safeties?
- When will Durant be back, and is our LB core really as deep or good as we thought?
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