ACTIVITY FEED › FORUMS › Defense › 4-3 Dynamic Defense System Forum › Defending 2TE sets out of 4-3 / 4-2-5 › Reply To: Defending 2TE sets out of 4-3 / 4-2-5 Eric Kasperowicz Member December 10, 2020 at 9:28 am Ya…I’m not a fan of teams using multiple TE’s either…lol. There are a bunch of things I would do…and if you jump on the live session next week…i could pull up film and it would be much easier. In the meantime, here are a few suggstions: 1. If they add somebody to the box, so must you. The are creating extra gaps thus you need to make sure you add people to the box to fit those gaps. 2. What schemes are they running? Gap or Zone? vs. Gap schemes your DE’s really need to tighten down and thicken up on the TE’s and prevent them from getting clean releases up to the LB’s. 3. Post snap movement is ALWAYS a nice changeup. 4. In the past, I have lined up in an under front and walked my Falcon (Sam) on the ball into a 9-tech…this is a nice change-up as well. I hope that helps…still wanna stay simple but must be sound!!