Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In this post we will look at some of the standard route concepts run to a TE/Flanker alignment. Obviously, these can be paired with other routes (some I'll show including a RB), but this is to get the fundamental understanding of the routes. I'll try to explain the concept briefly, as well as provide names for what you'll hear the concept called elsewhere at times (these things get lots of names, some people use the same names but have different meanings too, so it can get confusing). If a number is visible near the end of a route, that is the nominal yardage the route will be run to. For more information on specific routes, we took a look at the route tree earlier.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
|AP Photo/Ted S. Warren|
Defense: 3-3-5 Over - Mixed Cover 4, Cover 1, and Cover 3 Robber
Monday, September 15, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Defense: 4-3 Over Cover 4, Cover 3 behind blitz package
Disclaimer: I watched the 4th quarter live after a full day of watching football that had just seen Michigan get curbstomped and MSU fade late. So my 4th quarter recollection is more of a haze outside high level stuff. I did DVR it, and went back and watched the DVR, but the broadcast was intended to be "3 hours", which basically was the first three quarters.