It seems that there are only 6 gaps per our local expert. 7 and 8 would be considered running outside the box or the line....I think. They would not be gaps but areas to be covered by the defensive ends or the safeties ...maybe... possibily..can you tell that I am guessing?Quote:
Originally Posted by Milan
A friend of mine mentioned that the 4-3 defense would be better against the run and the 3-4 defense would be used against the pass since it put players in better position to defend each situation. Is this a fair statement? or a silly statement?