With the talk of whether the Lions should draft Suh or not, I started to think of different ways they could rotate their DTs. The most interesting way came to my mind when I thought about Albert Haynesworth down in Tennessee when Schwartz was the defensive coordinator. Schwartz would put Haynesworth in situations to take the double-team away. The Lions, could do the same thing with Suh, and put him opposite Vanden Bosch as the starter. On passing downs, move him inside to the 3-technique, move Corey Williams to the nose, and bring in Avril/Hunter to replace Suh. Hill would be on the sidelines, allowing him to be prepared for the next few plays. This would give us fresh legs, a great pass rush, and a great run defense. A lot of people may think 307 pounds is too big for a DE, but Suh ran faster than a lot of the DEs at the Combine. I think with his talent, it would be awesome. No OT would be able to run block him, and then most OGs couldn't even pass block him. Our D-line would look like this:
Looks solid to me. Now tell me what you think!