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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    Nice Work!!

    Well, I guess the noise and silent snap didn't help...that's why 14-0 would have been so huge in our favor.
    Anyway, thats a whole other pile...

    Several of those are missed zone adjustments!!
    On the one, Shank gets the blitz, no problem, but Cook blocks inside, leaving his DE unblocked to the QB!
    Ooops!
    And, Birk should have moved over to help out as Mardro said...

    Some, our Tackles do just get beat, but on many of them, the whole line is moving backwards...sure on a few, Holcomb could have stepped up, but for the most part, there is no where to go!
    There needs to be some sort of plan for when the Defense is gettin that kind of penetration...screen pass?
    TE?
    Button Hook?
    Rolling out the QB from the get go?

    Maybe back to a straight up blocking system.
    Control the line, control the time, and give your D a chance to shine!!

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    Wow I hope Holcomb saw the game tape and know he needs to step up. The OL wasnt horrible but if he wouldnt of dropped back so far then the DEs would of tried to come back inside and they may of been able to pick up the block

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "mountainviking" wrote:
    Nice Work!!

    Well, I guess the noise and silent snap didn't help...that's why 14-0 would have been so huge in our favor.
    Anyway, thats a whole other pile...

    Several of those are missed zone adjustments!!
    On the one, Shank gets the blitz, no problem, but Cook blocks inside, leaving his DE unblocked to the QB!
    Ooops!
    And, Birk should have moved over to help out as Mardro said...

    Some, our Tackles do just get beat, but on many of them, the whole line is moving backwards...sure on a few, Holcomb could have stepped up, but for the most part, there is no where to go!
    There needs to be some sort of plan for when the Defense is gettin that kind of penetration...screen pass?
    TE?
    Button Hook?
    Rolling out the QB from the get go?

    Maybe back to a straight up blocking system.

    Would a draw have helped once in a while? Hell if the D-line is getting off the ball that fast, clip them and run the screen. I still think that the right side of the line needs to gel with the left. There was too much shuffle during the off season to anchor the whole line.

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    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.
    Sometimes physically, guys are just flat out faster/quicker than others. There is nothing a player can do to make up for that. This is where false starts come into play.

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    Re: OL pass blocking analysis

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    October 2nd, 2007 – 9:47 AM
    by Kevin Seifert
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    Many of you regulars, and no doubt others as well, have been wondering about the Vikings’ pass-blocking scheme after watching Green Bay DE Aaron Kampman beat TE Visanthe Shiancoe 1-on-1 to sack quarterback Kelly Holcomb in the first quarter Sunday......

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