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So what does our 4-2-5 look like?

Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
We put Culliver in quite a bit last year, wondering if we do the same with Trenton Robinson in certain packages?

Culliver and Cox are better options
We'll probably even use a 3-2-6 from time to time to smother their Receivers

DE- Cowboy'
NT- Soap
DE- Aldon
LB- Willis
LB- Bowman
FS- Goldie
SS- Whitner
CB - Cox
CB- Brown
CB- Rogers
CB- Culliver
Originally posted by NeeJ49er:
We'll probably even use a 3-2-6 from time to time to smother their Receivers

DE- Cowboy'
NT- Soap
DE- Aldon
LB- Willis
LB- Bowman
FS- Goldie
SS- Whitner
CB - Cox
CB- Brown
CB- Rogers
CB- Culliver

then we get noo pressure

WR will always get ope if you give them 5 or so seconds
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by NeeJ49er:
We'll probably even use a 3-2-6 from time to time to smother their Receivers

DE- Cowboy'
NT- Soap
DE- Aldon
LB- Willis
LB- Bowman
FS- Goldie
SS- Whitner
CB - Cox
CB- Brown
CB- Rogers
CB- Culliver

then we get noo pressure

WR will always get ope if you give them 5 or so seconds

True.

The 3-2-6 can be very useful in a 3rd and very long (say 25+ yards) or if we have a comfortable lead and want to force time off the clock in a dink & dunk scenario.

There were a few plays against the Saints were we rushed 3, and after 2 minutes Brees threw incomplete. Almost as satisfying as a sack.