"Joel D. Collier" is a former American football Coach (sport)/coach. He was head coach of the American Football League's Buffalo Bills from 1966 American Football League season/1966 through part of 1968 American Football League season/1968, compiiling a 13–16–1 record.

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Variety is what the 3-4 can give you. You can play the 3-4 without having superstars, so to speak, in the defensive line.

Do we give it to Ricky as much as we did? No. We've got to be careful about how much we use him early on, and then decide who's getting the ball in his place. Is it Travis Minor or is it going up to somebody [in a pass pattern], and that might mean 10 more to Rob Konrad or 15 more for Chris Chambers?

Eventually, with so many doing it, it will (lose its punch). It goes in cycles. I'm pretty sure teams will start getting better attacking the 3-4.

Instead, it was a blessing in disguise.

In the college ranks at that time there were a high percentage of teams playing the 3-4, so consequently, the type of players coming out were suited to the 3-4.

We just wanted to make the kitchen as large as we could. We were also able to make use of all those big windows. Now the light pours in into the breakfast nook and the view now looks out toward the pool and the pretty cedar trees.