sorry, not sure what I said to give you that idea.
So what are you saying Belding, you want us to revamp the linebacker position? Who do you want us to draft to spend more picks on in anticipation of this imaginary running game revival? Or maybe we can put Beason and Davis on a bulking program?
Offenses are faster now, to take advantage of pro-passing rules. To keep up, many defenses around the NFL have traded size for speed. Hurney was especially notorious for that. As offenses become more one-dimensional, so do defenses. My implied message is simple: Take advantage of their singular focus.
Not like KC or J'ville, who run because that's basically all they are able to do, but to wear them down.
Remember the Atlanta game where Atlanta only ran like 6 offensive plays in the first half? That's how to properly play a conservative offense.