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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    My bad.... thought this was a Steeler board.
    No biggie...that has never stopped you from being a d@ck in the past....why let it now?
    Steelers 2015 Draft???....Go Freak! As in....

    1-Bernardrick McKinney MLB Mississippi State 6 ft 5 250 4.5 40 yard dash

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    Whats a dack? How about taking your zone read babble to another board...

    Pretty sure there is some college kid for you to gush over in week 2 or some new scheme to stop Kapernick since its so important to our teams success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub View Post
    I personally believe that a 3-4 zone blitz can stop this Read Option attack. But you have to stay with the core of the 3-4. 8 and 9 in the box and force them to throw the deep out. Take them out of their eliminate and do not let them dictate what you do. When they spread out they are trying to create running lanes. Stay in your core/base defense and keep your gap responsibility along with outside contain. I would rather Colin Kaepernick throw 35-40 times a game under a barrage of pressure from the pocket than allowing him to run outside of it or have running lanes for Frank Gore that are the size of city streets.
    Historically we have struggled with running QBs because to stop their running we do EXACTLY what you describe and get KILLED through the air.
    McNabb OWNED us, perhaps the most sucessful division QB EVER against our 3/4
    Woefully inaccurate Mike Vick of a decade ago Atlanta had then CAREER GAMES passing against us
    And lest we forget Tebow who did likewise.

    You think a 3/4 can stop Kapernick easy?

    The Lebeau defense was designed for the run and shoot and the west coast, BOTH high octane passing offenses.

    Quote Lebeau:
    "It was a thought process kind of born out of necessity. It was basically an outcropping of the run-and-shoot [offense] that was becoming pretty prevalent in the league back then. We were in the same division as Houston, and they were tremendous at it with Moon and Co. Then the West Coast offense was spreading throughout the league. Those were all quick-rhythm, get-the-ball-out-of-your-hands-and-cut-up-the-defense types of passing games. We were just looking for ways to get pressure without exposing our defensive backs to have to cover the whole field all of the time."

    The defense struggles against running QB because it MUST compromise coverage to contain a running QB.

    More proof?

    Colin has NEVER struggled versus a 3/4.

    His two worst performances to date were BOTH against the Seahawks who run a 4/3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Lemming View Post
    Historically we have struggled with running QBs because to stop their running we do EXACTLY what you describe and get KILLED through the air.
    McNabb OWNED us, perhaps the most sucessful division QB EVER against our 3/4
    Woefully inaccurate Mike Vick of a decade ago Atlanta had then CAREER GAMES passing against us
    And lest we forget Tebow who did likewise.

    You think a 3/4 can stop Kapernick easy?

    The Lebeau defense was designed for the run and shoot and the west coast, BOTH high octane passing offenses.

    Quote Lebeau:
    "It was a thought process kind of born out of necessity. It was basically an outcropping of the run-and-shoot [offense] that was becoming pretty prevalent in the league back then. We were in the same division as Houston, and they were tremendous at it with Moon and Co. Then the West Coast offense was spreading throughout the league. Those were all quick-rhythm, get-the-ball-out-of-your-hands-and-cut-up-the-defense types of passing games. We were just looking for ways to get pressure without exposing our defensive backs to have to cover the whole field all of the time."

    The defense struggles against running QB because it MUST compromise coverage to contain a running QB.

    More proof?

    Colin has NEVER struggled versus a 3/4.

    His two worst performances to date were BOTH against the Seahawks who run a 4/3.
    Seattle also has the most physical DB's in football right now... I think someone watched the SF game and had a moment.

    We made Vick and Tebow look like Montana....
    Last edited by feltdizz; 09-18-2013 at 12:04 AM.

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