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In Schwartz”s opinion, it is simple math. If you can get sufficient pressure with your four linemen, that leaves seven defenders to worry about everything else. Each time you take one of those seven away from the everything else, the defense gets a little less magnificent. So, as they did on Sunday, the Eagles will blitz only sparingly most of the time. “I thought we did a decent job of getting pressure with the four-man rush,” safety Malcolm Jenkins said. “When you don”t have to blitz, it muddies the picture for the quarterback. There are more bodies to throw between and still be effective. It”s a lot better for the defense.” Schwartz has the luxury of a solid starting front in Brandon Graham, Fletcher Cox, Bennie Logan and Connor Barwin, and he mixed in Vinny Curry and Beau Allen and also gave 12 snaps to rookie Destiny Vaeao. “The D-line did get after them a lot, but you also attribute that to great coverage downfield,” said middle linebacker Jordan Hicks. “He was trying to do his progressions, but a lot of his reads were gone, taken away. Then he”s used to making plays with his feet, but our guys were getting to him.” The defense was credited with three sacks and five quarterback hits, distributed almost equally among Graham, Cox and Barwin.
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Competitors are getting better Continue Reading Below ADVERTISEMENT As a warehouse club, the Costco model is built on offering great prices but limited selection. In the past, that made other warehouse clubs such as Wal-Mart’s (NYSE: WMT) Sam’s Club its only real competition. Now, however, the chain increasingly has to deal with traditional stores offering aggressive pricing. Wal-Mart specifically has committed to spending billions to lower prices. That’s a big problem for Costco, because the traditional retailer’s deals don’t require buying food in specific large quantities. If a regular grocery store will sell a box of cereal at a price close to what Costco charges, but the warehouse club requires buying two extra-large boxes, it’s easy to see why consumers may shy away from bulk purchases. That’s not a big problem if it simply costs Costco some sales, but it becomes a much bigger issue if consumers stop believing Costco consistently has the best deal. careerIf that happens, people will drop their memberships — and fees from people paying their annual dues accounts for 75% of the chain’s profits. Essentially it’s OK if consumers go to the warehouse club less, as long as they still see the value of remaining members. It’s possible that more aggressive traditional stores will tip the balance in favor of people who drop their membership. Amazon makes everything easy Costco has mostly ignored the Internet because it’s built its business around driving people to its stores.
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