jackson goes into motion before the snap dumbass. and yes, based on the nickel defense and positions on the right wing of the formation the free safety's position near the LOS across from the back could indicate man coverage.
once again, i said that six hours ago, well before you started shitposting in this thread
i am not crediting coleman for the interception, i'm crediting coleman's versatility for better selling the coverage disguise, which helps lead into coverage misreads, which result in interceptions, like the play highlighted in the original post. i can't possibly be more clear about this, and you couldn't possibly be more inept at reading words and meaning. quit posting unless you have something useful to say
why would i attack the crux of your argument? i stated your argument six hours before you came into this thread, once here and once here. you flew in dick a-flappin' ready to say something new and profound and never thought to see if you were misunderstanding the argument being made in the first place (you were, and are.) you can paypal me your apology
amazing. i did something similar the year before, only it was to australia and southeast asia (and not for a year.) my wife has been to uganda but this will be my first time to africa, so i'm pretty pumped. i'll only have two months to squeeze it all in though unfortunately.
damn. how'd you end up doing so much of africa? just personal interest or what? i'll be taking my 3-year-old, so i'll have to exercise a lot more caution than i ordinarily would and limit myself activity-wise, but it'll still be fun. south africa and tanzania are going to be the big spots, hopefully with lots of time in zanzibar. depending on scheduling i'd like to squeeze in either namibia/botswana or zimbabwe/zambia. i'm leaning towards the latter since victoria falls has always been high on my list and i could hit the zambezi as well. namibia would be best served for its own trip anyway. i have some awesome poo planned for those desertscapes.
maybe not, but having two guys that need to be bracketed - olsen and benjamin - on the field at the same time is going to leave funchess on an island a whole lot more than he is now. cam can look off a safety more effectively when the threat of a guy like benjamin is on the field.
this is anecdotal but i can't ever recall seeing him really out of position on passing plays, and i think PFF has him graded decently in pass defense (though i wouldn't go by that metric alone either.) a breakdown of the snap division between coleman and boston would be useful.