Originally Posted by Coogs
But wouldn't a 4-3 scheme that benifits Dorsey be because he can line up in a gap? In this system, he would still be in a gap. Maybe not the same one as his best 4-3 role would be, but in a gap none the less.
And for that matter, I know I asked about Dorsey only... mostly because he is a #5 overall pick, but would this slight shift over benifit Tyler more than a straight up on the Center setup as well?
They would have to play 2-gap--the B and C gaps. They'd basically be guys who open up lanes for the LBs and safeties in pass defense, and guys who need to be all over the field in the run game. Who knows... maybe Dorsey won't be that bad. But it will probably be misusing his talents. Then again, he did play 2-gap at LSU.
Tank could do find in a 3-4 too. Though, I think he could be a huge benefit as a backup NT if we can get him to put on some pounds. The guy that benefits the most, in my opinion, is Turk McBride. I think he could be a really, really good 3-4 End.