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What exploiting a bad center/line looks like


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That is on Jameis. Snow is running a double mug read blitz with Chinn and Shaq. Whichever way the center blocks, the opposite backer blitzes and the other goes out into coverage. We have 6 potential rushers on the line of scrimmage and Jameis has 6 blockers - everyone has to get a hat for a hat. Whether it be half slide, full slide or big on big and get the RB on a linebacker, it doesn't matter. He has to assign him where to block or send the running back on a hot route.

 

This was a great move on Snow. Don't change it up if it's working.

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13 minutes ago, Jesse said:

That is on Jameis. Snow is running a double mug read blitz with Chinn and Shaq. Whichever way the center blocks, the opposite backer blitzes and the other goes out into coverage. We have 6 potential rushers on the line of scrimmage and Jameis has 6 blockers - everyone has to get a hat for a hat. Whether it be half slide, full slide or big on big and get the RB on a linebacker, it doesn't matter. He has to assign him where to block or send the running back on a hot route.

 

This was a great move on Snow. Don't change it up if it's working.

Pretty sure the Aints regular starting center McCoy calls the protection audibles and line shifts, not sure whose responsibility it was with him out but I'm guessing it was on the backup C and not the QB...

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1 hour ago, OceanRider said:

What the fug was 26 doing on that last clip. If he got his head out of his bum and turned around to block the interception return may have gone a whole lot further. Even if he had just gotten out of the way a bit. Totally wtf moment there.

That’s celebrating and ball watching before realizing the half wasn’t over and neither was the play.

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1 hour ago, stbugs said:

That’s celebrating and ball watching before realizing the half wasn’t over and neither was the play.

Watching that in real time it seemed to me like he wanted 31 to get down to allow the offense more time to play with. 

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