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Wide Receiver Greg Cobb has decided to take his services to Los Angeles after signing a 4 year, $59.75 deal with the Chargers.

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The Windy City has gained a super star after former Cowboys running back Vaughan Abraham joins the Bears signing a 3 year, $42.5 million contract.

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Bob Ballard, formerly of the Jets, will be improving the Texans defense after Houston wrangled him away from potential contracts with both the Jaguars and Giants.
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    [CFBHC] How should my depth chart be formatted?

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    21 minutes ago, Soluna said:

    Alternative labels can be found below. These are entirely optional but would be read correctly. Each should be after it's main designation above. For example 3rd Down Running Back should be listed after Running Back

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    Possible alternative sections that you may add if you want to designate them:

    3rd Down Running Back

    Slot Wide Receiver

    Receiving Tight End - Not available yet, but coming soon!

    Blocking Tight End - Not available yet, but coming soon!

    Nose Tackle

    Will Linebacker

    Mike Linebacker
    Sam Linebacker

    Jack Linebacker

    Nickelback

    Dimeback

    Kickoff Specialist

    Gunner - Not available yet, but coming soon!

    Jammer - Not available yet, but coming soon!

     

     

    I am so excited for this!

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    For defensive tackles....

     

    If I play a 3-4 and want my 2-gaps to start as the Nose tackle and primary backup, but have a 1-gap that I want to use in nickle and dime situations, would I then list the 1-gap as one of the top 2 DTs and the 2-gaps at nose?  Or does a 3-4 team play a 3-3-5/3-2-6 for nickle and dime situations?

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    51 minutes ago, pumph said:

    For defensive tackles....

     

    If I play a 3-4 and want my 2-gaps to start as the Nose tackle and primary backup, but have a 1-gap that I want to use in nickle and dime situations, would I then list the 1-gap as one of the top 2 DTs and the 2-gaps at nose?  Or does a 3-4 team play a 3-3-5/3-2-6 for nickle and dime situations?

     

    3-4 teams typically run 3-3-5 or 2-4-5. for nickel and 3-2-5 for dime. 

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    19 minutes ago, Rocketcan said:

    I assume a Jack LB is kinda like a LB/S hybrid?

     

    No, the Jack is usually used to denote the hybrid DE/OLB position that many modern 3-4s use. Tends to be the bigger OLBs/smaller DEs. Basically the pass rushing LB.

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    58 minutes ago, Rome said:

     

    No, the Jack is usually used to denote the hybrid DE/OLB position that many modern 3-4s use. Tends to be the bigger OLBs/smaller DEs. Basically the pass rushing LB.

     

    Thanks, Rome.

     

    Also, about Nose Tackle: If I run a 4-3, but I want to distinguish between my Nose and my Under tackle, can I use this designation?

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    14 hours ago, Rocketcan said:

     

    Thanks, Rome.

     

    Also, about Nose Tackle: If I run a 4-3, but I want to distinguish between my Nose and my Under tackle, can I use this designation?

     

    9 hours ago, Emperor_of_Orange said:

    Alternative labels list might be the thing I never knew I needed most

     

    So if I list a slot WR, will the WR3 essentially have the same role that a WR4 would have had a separate slot designation not been made?

    Both correct

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    If we start using the alternate linebacker designations, can we mix and match within reason? For example, can we use a Sam - Mike - Bandit - Jack or a Bandit - Mike - Will - Jack?

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    6 minutes ago, Rome said:

    If we start using the alternate linebacker designations, can we mix and match within reason? For example, can we use a Sam - Mike - Bandit - Jack or a Bandit - Mike - Will - Jack? 

     

    To add, do we need to keep it at 4 LBs tops, or, like slot WR and nickle CB, can we assume the Sam, Mike, Will, and Jack will play most of the time with a Bandit rotating in for passing plays?

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    On 7/22/2018 at 8:53 AM, HAFFnHAFF said:

    So if I want to specify my LBs as Sam, mike, and will do I still list lolb, ilb, rolb and hen most the alternative designations after that?

     

     

    Also curious about this. Do we list them twice or is Sam/Mike/Will/Jack Sufficient like what @cmcgill did here?
     

     

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    With the introduction of the "Bandit", will we see recruits that fit the role? 

     

    10 minutes ago, Soluna said:

    The specialized ones will only apply if you run a formation in your gameplan that uses that player. If you do not run a valid formation they are not used. Everyone MUST designate the normal designations.

     

    So the Bandit applies to the 4-3 specifically? Just trying to be claro.

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    7 hours ago, mahrowkeen said:

    With the introduction of the "Bandit", will we see recruits that fit the role? 

     

     

    So the Bandit applies to the 4-3 specifically? Just trying to be claro.

     

    No it applies to defensive secondary schemes that use a bandit. A 4-3 doesn't use a bandit.

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