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Thread: OLine Re-Shuffle?

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    OLine Re-Shuffle?

    Adams looks strong as an ox when he's run blocking. Seems a little overwhelmed with his pass pro. Just curious if we could try and move him inside to G and just let him attack without worrying about speed rushers off the edge?

    I also wonder if we could let him compete with Gilby at RT?

    Could we move Gilby inside? He seems to have some problems this preseason on the outside too.

    And then we've got Foster. Is it possible he's more suited to play RT than RG?

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    Just another thought. If we let Ben go no huddle the whole game, he seems to have a knack for taking all the pressure off the OLine in that situation.

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    Let's move everyone to guard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by birtikidis View Post
    Let's move everyone to guard.
    Or we could rename the positions to left outside guard, left inside guard, center guard, right inside guard and right outside guard.

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    I don't think the idea of switching Gilbert to LT & Adams to right is all that bad of an idea...less pressure for Adams on the right & at least Gilbert has a year under his belt going up against NFL defenses. Plus Gilbert had spent his off-season preparing to go to the left side before the team drafted Adams.
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