Are some of the Miami Dolphins’ issues defensively based out of deploying the wrong scheme?
“I’ve always wanted to see [Ndamukong] Suh play in a 3-4,” former NFL linebacker and current CBS analyst Bart Scott said on the Big O Show. “Because I think Suh in a 3-4 would be so dynamic, right? Because now you can’t double him, now you can move him around like people do with J.J Watt, Muhammad Wilkerson, all these types of guys. But when you put him there and they know exactly where he’s gonna line up, it’s easy to just take him away.
“So if you want to make Ndamukong Suh an end, you put him in a 3-4. So I think that’s something they should consider because I think Ndamukong Suh in a 3-4 would raise so much hell, it’d be illegal and then you just have to ask Cameron Wake to stand up and play a form of outside linebacker like Demarcus Ware was asked to do in Dallas but I’d love to see that happen because now you get the best of both worlds. Now people don’t know who’s coming. Now you have five on five, not five on four and people have to make a decision, who’s coming, who’s not coming. Sometimes you have to adjust your scheme to your personal and I always thought Ndamukong Suh in a 3-4 would be virtually unstoppable.”