From what the new coaches have said over the past week, it seems like we will not focus on changing the scheme but that doesn't mean we can't think up other creative solutions for both the defense and offense. On defense: Even while playing below his average, Suh is still the most dominant DL we have right now. Why don't we use this to our advantage and move him around the line more often? This accomplishes two things: 1) It confuses the offense and makes them think a little more before the snap. 2) It creates bigger mismatches, especially if you constantly line him up across the weakest link. I thought about this as soon as I heard that Nate Solder was out for the season. Against the Patriots, maybe put Suh at RDE in OV's spot for a few plays throughout the game. Obviously, this is assuming that Suh at RDE is going to be better than OV, and I do think this will be the case. We then put Phillips or Mosley at Suh's spot and we still have a pretty good interior. Another advantage for us is that it will come as a surprise for whichever OL he lines up across. The whole week they will study the tendencies of the DL that usually lines up across from him, OV and Fede in this case, but then when they see Suh there, it will be a whole nother animal. On offense: In order to spark a fast start on offense, I thought about running a very uptempo no-huddle in 12 personnel in the first quarter. We focus on running the ball (including Tannehill running more often) and PA passes down after down with very little pause in between. With the way Dan Campbell has been cultivating a tougher, more competitive environment, where the focus is on winning one-on-one matchups, it just might be the type of offense that'll work for us. It'd be our style of smash mouth football. Anyone else have other ways of changing things up without actually changing the scheme?