Former LSU Tiger Davon Godchaux talks about his role in the new Miami Dolphins defense

Godchaux has been working as a nose tackle in the 3-4 lineups for the Dolphins, a position with different responsibilities than a 4-3 defensive tackle would be asked to do.

“The ultimate goal is to be a team player (at) my nose position. If I’m in 1-tech, play A-gap, 2-I, play the A-gap, if I move to a three-play B-gap. It’s the same thing we’re doing. We’re playing the same gap. We just went from attacking to read.”

 

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