Originally Posted by fontaine
Exactly. We saw a bit of that against Cincy where Ayers was lined up all over the field but his best work came from the interior lined up beside Doom. You can line him up in multiple positions to get him against weaker opposition.
If Wolfe can continue to make strides this offseason then we could have a formidable front four.
In PR especially. Lot of versatile guys capable of rushing inside.
Excited for the future of Malik to offset that along the edge.