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    OL pass blocking analysis

    I got this from another web site.
    Decent analysis and nice video clips.

    "Doctor" wrote:
    No revelation but the pass blocking is a problem.

    Brief slideshow

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719949/pass_blocking_woes.mov

    Supporting clips:

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719955/clip_1.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719956/clip_2.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719957/clip_3.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719958/clip_4.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719959/clip_5.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719960/clip_6.mov

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/1/doctorzaius/att-1719961/clip_7.mov
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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    How many times have I sat here and watch Ryan Cook get beat off the ball. He's horrible to watch.

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    It's not just our line.
    Holcomb never stepped up into the pocket on probaly 3 or 4 of those plays.
    A few of them would've resulted in completions and possibly 1st downs.

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "TwiztYaNeck" wrote:
    It's not just our line.
    Holcomb never stepped up into the pocket on probaly 3 or 4 of those plays.
    A few of them would've resulted in completions and possibly 1st downs.
    True!!!!

    I have been saying that all week.

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "TwiztYaNeck" wrote:
    It's not just our line.
    Holcomb never stepped up into the pocket on probaly 3 or 4 of those plays.
    A few of them would've resulted in completions and possibly 1st downs.
    True!!!!

    I have been saying that all week.
    That is true, and as I re-watched the game last night, I saw that a lot.
    I think he hangs back to give himself some more passing lanes, but he needs to be able to feel those defenders coming in and step up when necessary.
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    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    Someone really went to a lot of work to prove a point -- and without a doubt, they did. I wonder what Childress says when he sees that going on? But frankly, who else have we got?
    Cook is not mobile enough and too slow to move with the rusher.
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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Someone really went to a lot of work to prove a point -- and without a doubt, they did. I wonder what Childress says when he sees that going on? But frankly, who else have we got?
    Cook is not mobile enough and too slow to move with the rusher.
    Yep...great work!
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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "TwiztYaNeck" wrote:
    It's not just our line.
    Holcomb never stepped up into the pocket on probaly 3 or 4 of those plays.
    A few of them would've resulted in completions and possibly 1st downs.
    True!!!!

    I have been saying that all week.
    That is true, and as I re-watched the game last night, I saw that a lot.
    I think he hangs back to give himself some more passing lanes, but he needs to be able to feel those defenders coming in and step up when necessary.
    Sigh, SIA you have been with me on this one all week. STEP UP!
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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    Now this is some great stuff.
    Were did you get it?

    Funny thing is that these are just a few examples of what I saw all day long.

    Whats the problem.
    Watch Birk on this one.
    He should have shifted over and helped out.
    Unfortunately he didn't

    http://www1.eboard.com/boards/15/24/...957/clip_3.mov

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    was trying to convince all that our OL sucks.
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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    Lie I said in another thread. The QB coach needs to work with his guys to get them to slide around in the pocket and allow the line to move the defenders away from them instead of straight into them. Until that happens we are going nowhere fast. Also as stated there is no excuse to be continually beat off the line if you are an offensive lineman. You know the snap count, the QB's cadence and the play. If the defense gets a jump on you, you need to find other work.

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