Kilroy1872 wrote:This could mean a lot in New York IDP-wise, or not...but it's definitely become a situation to watch so far as who lines up where.
Id be surprised if its not:
Kiwi - Boley - Rivers (S-M-W)
for at least 2 out of 4 downs. It'll gets murkier in package situations
Jones could easily come in for Boley on blitz, running & short yardage situations
Williams could come on for Rivers in passing situations and push him for the starters gig
Kiwi will potentially have more value than either in sack heavy leagues and less value in normal scoring to the point where if hes classified as an LB you may want to look elsewhere.
Gmen LB Coach Hermann wrote:"He’s going to play linebacker this year. In our base package he’s a linebacker. When we go to third down, all bets are off."
Basically, it has all the hallmarks of the quagmire it's been best to avoid. Boley offers the most chance at FPts security as he will be on in the most downs, but that wont mean as much as it does on some other teams.