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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post

    A RB screen

    Just look at Matthews as an outlet option on the top of the screen. He might still be running...
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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Just look at Matthews as an outlet option on the top of the screen. He might still be running...
    ? Matthews? DuVernay, like you said is definitely open. They ran this concept a few times last year and the motion player usually gets open.
    This is a concept im surprised they don’t call more often....
    There a bunch of concepts that Roman sprinkles in that could/should play a bigger role in my eyes





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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Just look at Matthews as an outlet option on the top of the screen. He might still be running...
    Sure, aside from the unblocked guy 8 yards downfield.
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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    "Those corners...and those safeties are going to be one-on-one... and we got to make them pay for it,"





  5. Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post
    Gif of clear and obvious PI
    Fantastic defense
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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Just look at Matthews as an outlet option on the top of the screen.
    Proche.





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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by organizedchaos21 View Post
    Fantastic defense
    I have 2 coaching points from that play-

    1- Andrews needs to give some cushion away from the sideline ~1-2 yards

    2- Lamar needs to lead Andrews into the endzone away from the defender
    "Those corners...and those safeties are going to be one-on-one... and we got to make them pay for it,"





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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post
    I have 2 coaching points from that play-

    1- Andrews needs to give some cushion away from the sideline ~1-2 yards

    2- Lamar needs to lead Andrews into the endzone away from the defender
    #2 I also think he's wary of putting too much hang on the pass because of the safety over the top. Yes I do think you are correct but I can understand why he shorted it a little bit as well.

    FWIW I also think this is just good defense. Could call it PI too but I've generally been a fan thus far of the zebras defaulting to keeping their laundry in the pocket.

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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jam31 View Post
    #2 I also think he's wary of putting too much hang on the pass because of the safety over the top. Yes I do think you are correct but I can understand why he shorted it a little bit as well.

    FWIW I also think this is just good defense. Could call it PI too but I've generally been a fan thus far of the zebras defaulting to keeping their laundry in the pocket.

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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post
    There are different vantage points to view a play. I’m going to always lean towarda a stark critical assessment of QB play. “What could Lamar have done to make the play successful?”

    But, I see what you’re saying.
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    Re: Film Review: Key plays, Big plays, Interesting Concepts and Miscues (A CLOSER LOOK)

    sorry if this got posted elsewhere on the board, but i came across a nice 5-part article on blitzing from August of this year. part 2 features last year's ravens. starts with some basics in part 1 then digs deeper into what a couple different teams are doing in the next parts. steelers are blitzing even more than the ravens did last year, which was already historically high %, so it'll be useful to dig deeper if you want to gain a better understanding of what the Ravens and Steelers (and others) are doing. here's the links:

    Getting Home, Part 1: You can't win in the NFL if you don't pressure the QB
    Getting Home, Part 2: Understanding pass protection — and how the Ravens manipulate it
    Getting Home, Part 3: Bill Belichick's diabolical zero blitz that had Sam Darnold seeing ghosts
    Getting Home, Part 4: Creepers allowed the Titans to simulate pressure ... and ruin the Browns
    Getting Home, Part 5: Clemson's Brent Venables is showing NFL defenses how to evolve





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    "Those corners...and those safeties are going to be one-on-one... and we got to make them pay for it,"





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