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    Xs and Os of Reed's Pick6



    Thought everyone would enjoy this. Breakdown of play with diagram and video

    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...pick-six.html#




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    Re: Xs and Os of Reed's Pick6

    This is just another prime example of what happens when you pressure the QB, off balanced Blitz into a pick 6, he rushed the throw.
    Show why WHY are we not sending more blitz packages and getting QB pressures.
    Maybe Greg Mattison thinks that Blitzes are not worthy.




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    Re: Xs and Os of Reed's Pick6

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoNo View Post
    This is just another prime example of what happens when you pressure the QB, off balanced Blitz into a pick 6, he rushed the throw.
    Show why WHY are we not sending more blitz packages and getting QB pressures.
    Maybe Greg Mattison thinks that Blitzes are not worthy.
    We aren't blitzing much if any less than we were last season.

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    Re: Xs and Os of Reed's Pick6

    Quote Originally Posted by psuasskicker View Post
    We aren't blitzing much if any less than we were last season.

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    OK, but there are predictable and illistrate a Blitz, sending 5 right, but you can't argue with that the fact that the Blitzes are predictable and we are not sending as many players on Blitz packages and the scheme of the Blitz is not the same.




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    Re: Xs and Os of Reed's Pick6

    There doesn't seem to be as much pre-snap movement like we're used to seeing....its like they're just standing there waiting for the snap.





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