Thanks & I agree! Or, I certainly hope that they scrap dropping Orakpo into coverage. If they scheme Orakpo in a manner where he has cover responsibility when he sees something in particular, well, every time the opposing offense wants him out of there, guess what they'll do? They'll show him whatever he needs to see! For instance, if on film the opposition sees that every time someone drags their primary across the formation in motion, that triggers Orakpo to drop into coverage, then that's an easy way to get him blocked.
I've never liked that stuff. Drop your pass rusher & send somebody else. The concept isn't to improve your cover or your pass rush. It's a gimmick, you hope to confuse either the QB or the OL. The plan isn't the beat the opponent, but rather to trick them. It looks genius when it works and really stupid when it doesn't.