Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive
The direct quote from Gruden last monday "(that's a ) state of the art defense right there."
I think he also referenced how the 46 D didn't work in a particular situation (after the 94 yard run maybe?). I honestly mean no disrespect with this comment, but I think Gruden was trying to find ANYTHING in that game of which he could put even a slightly positive spin. I've never heard any other coach call Rex's D innovative, but have often heard it compared to his Dad's D, which is hardly considered advanced today.