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It's going to very difficult for opposing teams to game plan against Lavar.


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They simply don't how we're going to use him. If we're going to start playing a lot more 3-4. Taking advantage of our outstanding linebacker core. It's going to make gameplanning very difficult for other teams. It should give us a big advantage in the next two-three division games.

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They simply don't how we're going to use him. If we're going to start playing a lot more 3-4. Taking advantage of our outstanding linebacker core. It's going to make gameplanning very difficult for other teams. It should give us a big advantage in the next two-three division games.

Maybe not as much HOW we will use him but WHEN. It's not that difficult to guess how we will use LaVar. Pass rusing mostly, rush coverage, very little pass coverage. It's much harder to actually stop him from being successful doing that. :applause:

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Yeah, I agree - one of the reasons why this was a perfect game to put LA in. We have a stretch of divisional opponents coming up and LA is a big x-factor for them. There's just not much recent film on him. How much has he really improved in his technique? Where does he fit in within the myriad of defensive schemes that GW has up his sleeve? Only Gibbs and GW know, and they'll use that to their advantage.

As for the 3-4, I hope we'll see it this game, too. That formation seemed to confuse Smith not knowing where the blitz was coming from and which LB's would be dropping back into coverage. Eli is much more experienced than Smith, but the great thing about GW is that he adapts very well to the opponent. He knows to stop bringing the pressure if the other team seems to be picking it up well (Dallas), and he knows to bring the house when the other team is dazed and confused (SF).

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Interesting point. As of right now, the league has only about a half-dozen games that they can use to see how Lavar might be used, but only the last one and maybe this year's Chicago game are in any way recent. I have a feeling Williams may try some unique things with Lavar in this game.

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EDIT: hmm, looks like you guys already know this... :laugh:

you guys ever think that the LA scandal worked out perfectly because he's back right before two important NFC east games? Out of all the teams, it helps us the most to have our nfc east rivals worried about lavar, with such little game footage on him. Dunno if that had any holding on the lavar-sitting, but it does give us that benefit.

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