Interested in how people feel about the fake kneel executed last night during the Tulane game. I'm not against the play, but I'm wondering how these plays should affect how coaches game plan against them. In these instances, you almost always see both lines basically pop up and barely touch, each knowing the other is just going through the motions. As a defensive coach, do you preach to your d-line to blow up the opposition and go all out, just in case they are fooling with you? There are certainly times when the kneel down is obviously coming, but not always (especially at the end of the 1st half). I can't fault defenses actually playing defense when in that position, and possibly causing injuries or fights. What do you say?