Drafting Qb's, Lefty vs Righty the difference in scheme!

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  1. Hellblitzer

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    If we draft a Left handed QB, Lienert I believe. Wont it change everything protection wise with the oline? Wont the RT actually be the "guy" then?


    This factor could change alot of things when/where we draft.

    What do youi think?
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  2. Hellblitzer

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    so no one sees us maybe haveing a problem here?
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  3. Michi40

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    I dont think we will have a chance at Leinart, unfortunely.
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  4. LazyManJackson

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    I think receiver wise it won't be a problem being a lefty, as he we have 2 great rrecievers in Bennet and Givens either side.

    I don't think we have a protection problem
    Of course, that is if we sign him:hmm:
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  5. Jwill1919

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    I think the only players it affects are the Center, Mawae is good enough to adapt and the RBs who come out to chip or help.
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  6. talldrinko

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    rt becomesmost important

    He will protect the qbs blind side.
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  7. dg1979us

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    I dont think its that big an issue. Speed rushing DEs like Freeney, Abraham, Simion Rice, etc are typically REs, meaning they match up against the LT. If you start flip flopping your tackles around then your going to get a less athletic guy trying to block the other teams top pass rusher in many cases.
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  8. talldrinko

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    roos stays at rt

    so he wont go against the speed rushing des that cant flip flop,so i think so \thast a big plus for leinart.
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  9. dg1979us

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    Why? So he can see Dwight Freeney blow by the lesser of our tackles and know he is going to get sacked?

    Left tackles are considered so important not only because they are protecting the blind side, but also because they are generally matched up against the Defenses better pass rushing end. You want to take that away and let a less player try to block guys like Freeney or Rice or someone of that nature?
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  10. talldrinko

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    Use Your Brain Dg

    Fisher already said we would roos to LT ,IF lenairt is our future then he stays at RT. & PROTECTS HIS BLIND SIDE FOR THE NEXT 10 YRS ,ROOS IS THE BEST WE HAVE AT EITHER RIGHT OR LEFT TAKLE BY FAR.
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