DE/DT/NT - 3/4 - Jackson, Pitoitua, Bailey, Dorsey (4/3 - Hali, Bailey, Houston, Jackson, Jones, 4/3 DT just for the look - Poe, (Dorsey if resigned), Powe, Smith, Toribio, That is a very good looking 4/3 front to me...) 3/4 NT - Poe, Powe, Smith, Toribio....
1 - Jackson - Very Solid 3/4 DE with the ability to play inside or out in the 4/3 scheme as that is what he did in college... Very good against the run average pass rush ability with excellent strength and gap control...
2 - Dorsey - An Elite 4/3 DT, an above averag 3/4 DE against the run. If staying purly a 3/4 D Dorsey more than likely is out of KC. If going 4/3 or running a hybrid style D dorsey would be a vital part of the D-Line rotation...
3 - Bailey - Average and inconsistant in the 3/4 apears better suited to play DE in the 4/3 scheme as he was dominant in college as a 4/3 DE.
4 - Pitoitua - Excellent Strength and Leverage ability, poor everything else, could have some success as 4/3 DT in pass rush situations...
If staying 3/4 the need for another DE is apearant and glarring. as T Jax is really the only solid 3/4 DE on the roster. Bailey does not apear to fit the scheme and T Jax fits nicly into a 4/3 aswell. I dont get how you do not see that our personell still fits the 4/3 better. Houston and T Jax are the only players on the team I feel fit the 3/4 naturally and both have roles on the 4/3 as T Jax is still a 3 down player and Houston with what I have seen could play WLB or DE or a combo of both LB on running Downs and Pass Rush DE in passing situation...
do you feel our roster fits the 4/3 or the 3/4 better with our D-Line option currently on the roster...
4/3 but I want to bring in a 3/4 DE and stick with the 3/4 (4 votes)
3/4 and we stay 3/4 (10 votes)
4/3 still need to add a DE (1 vote)
4/3 and we apear to be set with our 4/3 options. (2 votes)
17 votes total
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