“They play a lot of two deep in the secondary,” he said. “They blitz a lot – take some chances – and they play a little man coverage at times.
“They took some chances against Kennedale (in a 56-28 loss on Oct. 11) and blitzed a lot. We are going to have to be on our toes with our blitz pickup.
“They will line up in different schemes and bring different people each time they blitz, and sometimes they will send a lot of guys.”
Lawrence said the Rams will have to duplicate their efforts from last week in order to beat the high-flying Porcupines.
“Coach Turner does a great job and they have a good football team,” Lawrence said. “We are going to have to play well in all three phases of the game in order to stay in the game and have a chance to win it.
“We will have to play a full ball game. We can’t make silly mistakes on special teams like we did last year when we played them.
“We have to be persistent, we can’t turn the ball over and we need to get some turnovers.”