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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    In the 3 years I have been on this site this is probably the most informative thread I have read. Thank you everyone for their input, especially del!

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    I don't know who all read the description but I found this in there and it relates to what Pat Williams new assignment will be. CHildress stated he is going from a 2gap responsibility to a 1gap

    One-gap responsibility is relatively simple: the defender attacks a hole and must take care of whatever business happens there. He is expected to tackle any running back who goes through that hole, or to force the running back to move laterally into the arms of another tackler. If the offense is passing, the defender’s gap is his route to the quarterback.

    Two-gap responsibility requires more discipline on the part of the defender. A defensive tackle may be responsible for both the A and B gaps on his side of the field. His job is not so much to crash through a gap as to read the play, anticipate which gap a running back might choose, and clog it. The two-gap defender must quickly diagnose the blocking scheme to determine which of his gaps is more vulnerable

    It should make Pat even more dangerous.

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    It should make Pat even more dangerous.

    Did you add that part just for me Del?
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    It should make Pat even more dangerous.

    Did you add that part just for me Del?
    No I've been saying that this whole thread. Somehow the good stuff never gets focused on :razz:

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    It should make Pat even more dangerous.

    Did you add that part just for me Del?
    No I've been saying that this whole thread. Somehow the good stuff never gets focused on :razz:
    Just teasing you Del!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    ......CHildress stated he is going from a 2gap responsibility to a 1gap.

    ....It should make Pat even more dangerous.
    I'm looking forward to that.

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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

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    Vikings | P. Williams will be available to play
    Sun, 13 Aug 2006 16:42:24 -0700

    The Associated Press reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress said Vikings NT Pat Williams (conditioning) will be available to play in the team's preseason game Monday, Aug. 14.


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    Re: Pat Williams back to leading D-line

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    Vikings | P. Williams discusses his PUP list stint
    Mon, 14 Aug 2006 05:50:22 -0700

    Minnesota Vikings DT Pat Williams discussed in an interview with Sean Jensen, of the Pioneer Press, why he wound up on the team's PUP list to start training camp. Williams told the Pioneer Press he accepted full responsibility for being placed on the physically unable to perform list, but he was disappointed with the assumption that he arrived at camp in less than optimal shape. "People said I flunked the conditioning test," Williams said. "But I didn't, and I wasn't out of shape. I had the best offseason of my career. I just didn't lose the weight I was supposed to." After he participated in the offseason conditioning program, Williams was thrilled with his weight and shape in June. But Williams said family problems required his attention and robbed him of opportunities to maintain his workout routine. With training camp approaching, Williams said he wanted to quickly address his family matters. Williams said he weighed in five pounds overweight at 337 pounds. Childress did not let Williams participate in the conditioning drill, and Williams was placed on the PUP list.


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