todd answer us yes.
DT on strong side usually. If the wide side of the field is also the strong side DE stays on wide side,as he is usually faster.
Watching video from Ariz and others that use 3-3-4 or the 3-3 stack,one thing very clear each coach customizes the D . The common factor is that all are attack oriented to get TOs and sacks. Downside ,as with all attack Ds,vulnerable to big plays. Seems Botts going with 1 S on top,the other tighter to LOS. Gives him more flexibility to blitz his LBs since Lambert can fill. A work in progress. DL s/b a postive factor and much bigger with 295,285,270 starting.