I would wager we'll trend more to nickel to start to match NFL trends of offense featuring 11 personnel (3WR, 1TE, 1HB)
I think we will show multiple ''base'' fronts on run downs as our personnel is a bit in flux defensively, so I'd expect us to be multiple with the 3-4 / 4-3.
The one thing I'm interested in seeing is how the new staff handles playing talent over experience, I think we've taken the development of legitimate talent too conservatively over Rivera's tenure.
Not all the time, but on multiple occasions as fans we've been able to see a young guy playing well only to be left on the bench in order for a veteran to play that spot, and ONLY due to necessity (injury) do we then insert the young talent.
I think we've delayed the growth of players like Shaq, Butler, Moore (in his rookie year), and even recently Brian Burns adhering to that outdated in my opinion ideology of playing the experience over talent. I mean how else does one attain experience without being out there.
In the practices being shown on ESPNU, Mims looked really good at positioning and using his body to his advantage. Another WR looking good was USC's (I know....I know) Pittman, Jr.
I really think Brady and Rhule are going to add a big bodied, high-SPARQ WR in their offense. Why not start with a known commodity in Denzel.