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3 minutes ago, hornbybrown said:

You want to go back to the 3-4 and where does our best player Myles fit in that scheme?

Anywhere. Myles can play any position. He would have zero issues playing OLB if that’s where he’s put. If other DEs can do it he can. 

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37 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

Wilks seems to be highly thought of amongst his peers anyway.

That's nice.

I will think highly of him when the D shows strength/success.

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1 minute ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

Anywhere. Myles can play any position. He would have zero issues playing OLB if that’s where he’s put. If other DEs can do it he can. 

I have no doubt he can as well, but I think he is going to be better with his hand in the dirt. Plus who plays the nose?

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2 minutes ago, hornbybrown said:

I have no doubt he can as well, but I think he is going to be better with his hand in the dirt. Plus who plays the nose?

We just need, 1 thumping ilb, a nt, an olb , two safetys and then we are set!

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3 minutes ago, bruceb said:

That's nice.

I will think highly of him when the D shows strength/success.

I don’t disagree but he wasn’t given a ton to work with last year, especially considering the scheme he runs.

We had one decent safety and he’s a bit of a head case, one LB worth a damn who isn’t a rookie most of the year, didn’t have our 2 starting CB’s for most of the first two months, were missing our best defender the last 6 games, etc.

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3 minutes ago, hornbybrown said:

I have no doubt he can as well, but I think he is going to be better with his hand in the dirt. Plus who plays the nose?

You can have you hand in the dirt and still play a 3-4. Wade ran a lot of 4 man fronts too. Just find someone to play NT. It’s not rocket science. One position shouldn’t keep us from hiring a great DC. 

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1 minute ago, Kiwibrown said:

We just need, 1 thumping ilb, a nt, an olb , two safetys and then we are set!

We need that regardless of what scheme we run 

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7 minutes ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

Anywhere. Myles can play any position. He would have zero issues playing OLB if that’s where he’s put. If other DEs can do it he can. 

Every passing down he’s not rushing the passer is a wasted opportunity imo.

He’s clearly best suited as a 4-3 end.  Same with Vernon.

With those two as our OLB’s we aren’t running a 3-4, we’re running a 5-2.

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4 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

especially considering the scheme he runs.

This is a big part of the problem, and supposedly not the Stefanski way.

"The best offenses build their scheme around the players, rather than the players around the scheme." https://zonecoverage.com/2019/minnesota-vikings-news/why-kevin-stefanski-might-be-the-nfls-next-great-offensive-coach/

Same for the best defenses, too.

Wilkes, true to his scheme, put square-peg players into round holes.

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2 minutes ago, bruceb said:

This is a big part of the problem, and supposedly not the Stefanski way.

"The best offenses build their scheme around the players, rather than the players around the scheme." https://zonecoverage.com/2019/minnesota-vikings-news/why-kevin-stefanski-might-be-the-nfls-next-great-offensive-coach/

Same for the best defenses, too.

Wilkes, true to his scheme, put square-peg players into round holes.

Eh, every coach has a scheme they believe in.  Some are more flexible than others, but all have a preference.

I mean, humor me, what defense do you run that masks injured corners early, subpar S talent, subpar LB and a DL that was playing street FA’s by the end of the year?  What scheme makes that look good in today’s nfl where offenses are given every advantage?

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Scangarello is a fantastic QB coach.

To hire him as QBC with OC upside in the event that Stefanski needs to just be HC would be nice.

I don't know if the players believe in Wilks still.

He laid a lot of eggs but had good games as well.

Seems like the Haslams really didn't want to change much.

It would be better to change now if there is to be change.

 

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Just now, Mind Character said:

Scangarello is a fantastic QB coach.

To hire him as QBC with OC upside in the event that Stefanski needs to just be HC would be nice.

I don't know if the players believe in Wilks still.

He laid a lot of eggs but had good games as well.

Seems like the Haslams really didn't want to change much.

It would be better to change now if there is to be change.

 

Is this a directive from Jimmy, or did Stefanski want to keep him?

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2 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

What scheme makes that look good in today’s nfl where offenses are given every advantage?

What would BB do?

Whatever that is, I would do.

Probably define the talent I have to work with, breakdown the opponent's strengths/tendencies and match the talent I have against the opponent.

No scheme.

Making best use of available talent.

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3 minutes ago, Mind Character said:

I don't know if the players believe in Wilks still.

Then get new players imo.

We had a bunch of goddam quitters last year and tbh IDGAF about their opinions.

Play for the guy or find someone who will.

 

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