Interesting, I thought they'd use Brockers more in the 3-tech than the 5-tech. And in those formations the outside edge guy was going to be Campbell. Obviously losts of ways to go. I want a guy that can play more 3-tech though.
Though having watched a lot of the defensive snaps recently, Pierce played zero 5-tech over the 10 or so games I watched, so I'm thinking you might have meant something different.
Generally speaking, I agree with your point of view here though.
I believe that you may see Campbell play 4 technique (much like last season in Jacksonville) or true 6 or 7 technique with Judon 2 point stance in the same space on the strong side, more of a 4-3 look, but in 3-4 packages. It will be a weird blend at times with the personnel groupings because of Campbell ability to play 3 tech to 7 tech.
What will be interesting, they might run a cross strong side alignment and the QB will indicate to the Mike, who is actually the Will. This is where stunting becomes highly effective.
I think Campbell can allow Judon to take on more of the roles that Terrell Suggs commanded in a hybrid DLE (DE/OLB role) compared to his responsibilities being OLB to date. He had off ball in weak side packages without Suggs on the roster because he was required to take snaps at the speed rush side w/ or w/o strong side assignments. With Campbell, you actually can allow to have Judon take on more power rush side responsibilities that fits his ability. Same is true for Jaylon Ferguson....but it would be nice to see a high motor 1-4 tech along with Campbell, Ferguson, and Judon in third down sub packages.