Originally Posted by NorCalBronco7
Getting off the block would be the most important one. Woodyard often gets engulfed in the run game when lineman get there hands on him. That a pretty big deal for a MLB.
I agree. But, if the d line plays to its potential (big if), he should't have to deal with too much from O lineman, in which case he could fit pretty nicely, IMHO. But like I said, I do agree that if the D line doesn't force double teams then he is going to get steamrolled.