No matter what kind of QB you face, you have to dial up some pressure. Where the strategy and game plan come in is deciding when and how to pressure mobile QB’s like Daniels. It’s a lot easier to scheme up blitzes vs a QB who can’t move (for example, Pitt). The one thing I’ve noticed when we blitz is that our D-front needs to play with better gap integrity. Tackles sometimes get too wide and leave a gap the size of the Red Sea right up the middle. Our DE’s get a little too far upfield every now and then making it harder on the LB’s to fill their spots in the LOS. We’ll blitz vs Daniels but if we’re going to contain him, the DL and DE are going to have to maintain their gaps and don’t open up running lanes for him. Because when you blitz a mobile QB, you better hope he doesn’t break through the front line or he will have a lot of open grass.