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Old 03-13-2018, 06:17 AM  
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Old 10-16-2018, 01:25 PM   #481
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Also, we just about cut all the dead weight on this defense that we could.

With the exception of old washed up dudes like Tamba and DJ, has anybody really found success on other teams when they've left us?

Is Gaines now tearing shit up in Buffalo? Acker and Marcus Cooper? I saw that Bennie Logan starts for the Titans. Is he soooo much better over there?

With the exception of depth and gaining future talent, I don't exactly know what the blueprint for getting better on defense is besides targeting the obvious areas (safety, CB, DL).

I mean... at this point it's gotta be scheme/coaching, right? We've tried re-stocking the talent. Try something else now and see if that works.
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Old 10-16-2018, 01:43 PM   #482
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Then why the **** did we pay one $45 million dollars? At this point....Sutton needs to go. His scheme is ****ed unless he has a team full of all-pros.
Great post Marco; thanks for sharing. The assessment provided within this article is spot on, and I suspect it pretty much summarizes what many of us feel as per Sutton and his defensive schemes.....they simply are not effective.
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Old 10-16-2018, 01:58 PM   #483
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Has anybody really found success on other teams when they've left us?
Terrance Mitchell looked good until he broke his forearm.
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Old 10-16-2018, 02:09 PM   #484
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Is Gaines now tearing shit up in Buffalo? Acker and Marcus Cooper? I saw that Bennie Logan starts for the Titans. Is he soooo much better over there?
PFF is grading Logan a tiny bit worse than X. Williams, and Nnadi has a much better grade.

Not that I'm against dumping Sutton and changing to a 4-3, but a lot of people thought the defense was a 2 year rebuild in the off season, this is about playing out as I expected with injuries to some of the actual key defenders making it a little worse than it could be.
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Old 10-16-2018, 02:13 PM   #485
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Hitchens was the Will linebacker at Iowa.

And on that note, not only do they run a 4-3, they run a lot of coverage out of their base sets. They don't blitz a lot nor do they use a ton of sub packages.

Hitchens was expected to cover RBs, WRs, and pretty much anything else the offense put out there. Iowa would run base defense against Northwestern and Indiana spread offenses and for the most part, it worked.

This guy HAS the skills. It has to be Sutton.
so now we're in agreement?
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Old 10-16-2018, 02:15 PM   #486
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Just remember, that mentality is likely coming just as much from the head coach as from the defensive coordinator.

Andy is calling the shots here.
God I hope you are wrong. Why would Andy want to work with a D-coach/coord that needed Reid's oversight on everything?
Andy isn't a defensive mind. Andy can not bring one...single...thing to that side of the ball. Nothing. I'm sure he can get in the way; of that I have no doubt. But aren't we trying to WIN here???
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Old 10-16-2018, 02:18 PM   #487
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Pay Albert Wilson $24 million over 3 years? **** that shit.

We are paying Watkins $48 million over 3 years and so far Wilson is having by far the better year. And I can't really believe I am saying that because I hated Wilson for so long with his alligator attempts but he won me over last year.
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Old 10-16-2018, 05:18 PM   #488
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We are paying Watkins $48 million over 3 years and so far Wilson is having by far the better year. And I can't really believe I am saying that because I hated Wilson for so long with his alligator attempts but he won me over last year.
Wilson is way higher up on the pecking order on a way crappier team. Wilson's stats would be much lower here because of all the mouths to feed in front of him.

Wilson is almost option 1b on that team. He would be option G here.
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Old 10-16-2018, 05:22 PM   #489
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We are paying Watkins $48 million over 3 years and so far Wilson is having by far the better year. And I can't really believe I am saying that because I hated Wilson for so long with his alligator attempts but he won me over last year.
Watkins is an insurance policy. He wasn't signed to be some stud every week. He's an expensive depth signing.
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Wilson is way higher up on the pecking order on a way crappier team. Wilson's stats would be much lower here because of all the mouths to feed in front of him.

Wilson is almost option 1b on that team. He would be option G here.
Exactly.
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Sean Lee must have made him look much better than he is

Kinda like Peppers did with Simms in college
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Kinda like Peppers did with Simms in college
He played in place of Lee when Lee was hurt.
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Not at all ready to throw in the towel on this dude yet, the entire defense is off kilter right now and I wanna see what he is capable of on a stable unit

He was very well thought of in league circles before signing in KC, he gets a pass IMO
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