Thread: OK- U fix it.
09-20-2011, 03:20 PM #21
I am much happier with the DE's efforts early this year as compared to early last year. However (coma), the DT play is lacking a bit when it comes to collapsing the pocket.
Go back, watch both QB's we've faced especially late in the game. They had all day long to pick what reciever they were going to hit. I don't care how good your secondary is, even if we had guys that were shutdown CB's, the recievers would get open.
Mix in our scheme were we leave holes and they will always find someone open.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
09-20-2011, 05:17 PM #22
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09-21-2011, 08:38 AM #24
In your defense, Dnabb made some terrible throws this weekend especially the deep ones. The one Berrian did get his hands on was behind him as well. Couple that went to Shanc/TE's were low.
Most dont' agree with me but I think he is still trying to get in synch with everyone.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
09-21-2011, 08:42 AM #25
Go back, watch the game. You will see Dnabb get to his second and third progressions and when he is moved from the pocket (except for once) in a bootleg, he is pretty much alone as the T and TE have sealed the end.
The one instance were I saw a major gaff was when they sent 2 blitzers through the "A" gap left. Hutch helped the T and Sully helped the G leaving AD to take on 2 blitzers. He got one, the other came free.
That is either a gaff on Sully for not seeing the blitz and shifting protection or a gaff on Dnabb for not seeing it and shifting protection. Because AD stayed and picked up the blitzer, I think they both messed up and read one blitzer and not two.
Blame the OL for things like that if you like, but in reality it wasn't the lines problem. It was a pre-snap read/adjustment problem.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
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