with dean pees gone, does the defensive philosophy change?

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    with dean pees gone, does the defensive philosophy change?

    Are we still going to see a 3-4? which has been a staple of the patriots defense throughout the decade.

    BB said he would evaluate everything this off-season.

    what do you guys think?

    What if BB chooses to switch to a 4-3 that way re-signing wilfork doesnt become a top priority anymore since he is a nose in a 3-4, freeing up money for other players, maybe julius peppers? I also think its easier to find 4-3 defensive lineman in the draft than having to project how 4-3 lineman would translate to a 3-4 defense, that might be an indication as to why the pats recent drafts have been below average.

    I think Jerod Mayo would benefit playing in a 4-3 rather than a 3-4.

    But i wanted to get your guys opininons on this subject.

    stick with the 3-4? or change it up?


     
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    Re: with dean pees gone, does the defensive philosophy change?

    It all depends on if the scheme works. If the 3-4 is changed to a 2-7 with a 9 corner then it might just work, that is unless the 7 folds out and your exposing your 5 without a 2. Ive never liked schemes, they are sneaky
     
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    Re: with dean pees gone, does the defensive philosophy change?

    I hope it becomes more attack
     

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