Dont know the answer. It has worked here with the right staff and players. Theoretically,the 3-3-4 is a very aggressive D with lighter fasterLBs and a strong NG and the most flexible D to face todays various spread variations.TOs and pressure were better than last year but the end result was basically the same. Injuries,inexperience are clearly part of the cause. There were periods of very good play but none lasted longer than a half.
Dont know if changing D scheme for the 3rd time in 3 years is the solution. Better teaching,better ,stronger players and experience easy to type and certainly the answer. Accomplishing that is Andy’s main issue over the next month.