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You know, like moving an offensive lineman to the dline or vice-versa. Or a db to wr or whatever.
Just curious of your thoughts on what players would be better at other positions.
Y'all may laugh, but I'd put in packages for Dak at FB. Special situations obviously, but I think it'd be fun to see. The ole fullback toss pass, haha.
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Yes and let's also do Baker at middle linebacker. Wait, were we throwing out bad ideas or good ideas?
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This post was edited by Aaron Crowe 13 months ago
If Cox and Redman can man the corners, give Jamerson Love some carries in the backfield and touches from the slot.
It's too hard to say right now. Last year I pleaded for the coaches to move Eulls to DT, Banks to S, and let Slay be the punt returner. Alas, they didn't read my posts.
This year it seems we have people slotted in the right spots. The question is do we let the most talented players start and get the majority of the game reps or do we favor the upper-classmen and rotate too many players.
LB is one spot where we have 7 or 8 capable bodies. It's up to the coaches to find the best 3 or 4, put them in the right spot, and give them 80-90% of game reps. You DO NOT need to rotate LB's. I have already heard Mullen allude to rotating a ton of players so that concerns me.
Justin Cox is ideally suited for S, but I fear he may have to play corner out of necessity.
Offensively, no complaints, we just have to have a couple of guys step up on the outside at Receiver.
If we had more proven talent in the secondary I would be down for this. Jamerson was very good with the ball in his hands in high school
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