1. Boone would have been starting at LT. Kilgore C or G/Looney starting at RG with Slowey still on the team as C.
2. More depth at OLB with a legit top pick
3. Fleener would be starting by now
4. Hunter would be the next Sproles with heavy game plans for him in both the run/pass game
5. Gore would not be allowed to disappear. Ever
6. Remind fans Kaep is just starting year 2 of 3 in the WCO...he's a long ways off and was horrendous this past Sunday. That said, I'd be teaching him how to play QB in the NFL and teach him how to use his athleticism for pocket-awareness, not the Wild-Kaep (maybe once in a while)
7. All 4 LBers would be well-versed in pass rushing and a big part of the game plan
8. Secondary would learn to play tight, physical up at the LOS esp. on 3rd downs
9. Goldson would be used closer to the LOS and even used to blitz more and disrupt/chuck TE's and WR's. He would be matched up against the more effective, taller TE's...no more Whitner (3rd MLB).
10. Would draft or bring in a prototypical WCO WR - big, tall, strong, excellent body control, etc.
11. Would implement a true WCO with a full array of slant and post patterns, crossing routes, RB/FB passing game, heavy TE use, RB/WR screens, etc.
12. Would implement a more dictacting 3-4, Dom Capers-like 3-4.
13. Heavy emphasis on game-planning; attacking weakness via the WCO and sticking with it until the prove they can stop it; attacking the OL with the LBers and CB/S blitzes.
14. Costanzo/Jones would be on the team, no doubt.
15. Would not have drafted James/Jenkins and tired of tiny little WR's.
16. And enough of the "package WR's" - need continuity and timing; staples of the WCO
[ Edited by NCommand on Oct 15, 2012 at 7:40 PM ]