Tucker defense prefererence

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  1. BSBEARS

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    BS, hard to tell, a lot of reports I have heard was that he required to run the D scheme that Del Rio wanted. He called the plays but Del Rio set the scheme.
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    I am leaning towards some big dt's. They seem to help young LB's by keeping the running lanes more open and less blocks to shed. If I remember right the bears got Ted Washington when Urlacher was young just for that reason. Atleast one Big DT would probably help Bostic, Greene, and McClellin get through traffic. Sounds like Emery is a 43 guy, guess we will see what happens.
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    Hell, big DT's help the OLD LB's, before Balt fixed their DL a few years back people though that Ray Ray was declining, they found some big studs to keep the OL off him and all of a sudden he's looking like a spring chicken again.

    W/the holes on this team, I'm likely to be happy w/whoever as long as they are passing up on higher rated talent at another need position while they go after another reach.

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