Optimal Peppers/O'Korn Split

Submitted by SAMgO on November 14th, 2016 at 1:56 PM

If Wilton is really lost for the year, moving forward how many more of Jabrill's snaps should be shifted to the offensive side of the ball? Would you be surprised if he starts taking 30-40% of the snaps behind center?

Obviously, this news really sucks. But it's time for Harbaugh to get really creative now. How much wildcat can realistically be effective?

Comments

Jason80

November 14th, 2016 at 4:52 PM ^

Why would we scrap a system that avg 40+ for 9 games for more ineffective Peppers ball? Play lots of read option (especially the way it's always a designed run for 5) and we will be doing OSU a favor.

umchicago

November 14th, 2016 at 5:29 PM ^

i would just like peppers to get more attempts at returning kicks and punts.  although we had some success blocking some punts early in the year against bad teams, how about we focus on letting peppers return punts.  maybe put a couple guys in front of peppers that can block the first two guys downfield.  anything to give him more punt return chances.