Originally Posted by BossChief
The 1 gap nose is a perfect fit for a guy like Glenn IMO.
In college, his first step was ELITE quality and made him disruptive and that is he he was thought of as such a great prospect...but he could also stop the run with the best of them by 2 gapping (which is what he did most of he time at LSU)...then, we moved to a full time 2 gap defense and that permanently took away the strength of his game which was that dominant first step.
If we put him in a 1 gap nose type roll, that first step comes back and we have a player on our hands.
I would agree with you only if Dorsey can stay healthy and on the field to do so. That is my major concern on Glenn Dorsey.