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4-3 switching to 3-4

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2 years IDP experience, still novice to intermediate in knowledge.

 

I have Vilma in one of my leagues and I keep reading everywhere that the switch the new HC is making will hurt his production.

 

I'm sure there are other LBs in this situation.

 

Can the IDP Guru's please elaborate.

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Simply put Vilma will still be a top 5 LB or better

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The scheme switch scares me more than most. :D I still expect him to be a top-10 LB, but I wouldn't draft him first -- even in a dynasty league. Vilma was very undersized even in a 4-3, so he could struggle mightily taking on OGs on every play.

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And one more thing -- if the Jets had a legit nose tackle, I'd be worried less. But they don't.

 

Buzz Kill :D

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These are my top 5, if all stay healthy

 

1. Keith Bullock - TEN

2 Zach Thomas - MIA

3 Ray Lewis - BAL

4 Mike Peterson - JAC

5 Jonathon Vilma - NYJ

Edited by Sgt. Ryan

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These are my top 5, if all stay healthy

 

1. Keith Bullock - TEN

2 Zach Thomas - MIA

3 Ray Lewis - BAL

4 Mike Peterson - JAC

5 Jonathon Vilma - NYJ

 

 

I can agree with that. But can Ray stay healthy. He still havent healed yet.

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People think the Jets will run the 3-4. They are right, but there will still be plenty of 4-3 looks too. In fact, I'd guesstimate that the Jets will run the 4-3 at least 40% of the time this year. Unless Pouha steps up in a big way, they don't have a 3-4 NT. Mangini will run the 3-4, mostly to get the players that will stick around some experince in it. The Jets will also run some 2-5 and 3-5. Vilma's number will drop, but not enough to keep him out of the top five.

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