Fedora made some good points, he accepts that the idea of stopping Clowney is illogical and that Hurst isn't going to line up against him all night. They've done their homework.
They'll try to stop the run, put a spy on Shaw, and have the LB's glue to the TE's if they move 3 yards past the line of scrimmage. If our WR's finally step up (and the OL gives Shaw 4+ seconds), this will throw their whole plan in a tailspin.
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