I mean, really, how complex can it be?
Why is it that no rookie has the ability to understand it?
Like, this play, you rush the QB. If the TE goes out for a pass, you cover him in this D. If a RB goes to the flat, you cover him. On this play, you blitz.
How can it be that complicated? And if it is, why? Maybe at one time LeBoo's system was tricking people and worth being so complex. But it's obviously not fooling anyone, anymore, so why do it?
How many times have you ever heard, "The D/O has improved because they made it much more complicated?"
I never hear that, but I have heard, "They improved the D by making it less complex," a myriad of times.
KISS. Keep it simple, stupid.
I honestly feel that they make it super complex to feed their ego. Too complex for others to soak in equates to LeBoo must be super smart.
Now that Rooney put his wing tip up LeBoo's rear to get rookies on the field, he has no choice but to make it simple enough for the rookies to grasp.
KISS, and watch how much better they will play.
Stop the rush. Get to the passer, and everything else will work its way out.