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Breaking Down the X's and O's of the Game....

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    This post is an excerpt taking from a much-longer breakdown of the Cleveland Browns’ poor run defense at The Orange and Browns Report Our final example examines both the schematic weakness and the information overload Browns’ defenders complained about throughout the season. The Bengals utilize 11 personnel with an inline tight end and twin receivers to the right-side. … Continue reading Defending the Run: When ‘Block Down, Step Down’ Goes Wrong

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  • The following post is an excerpt taking from a comprehensive look at breakdowns in the Cleveland Browns’ run defense during the 2016 season. Check out the entire article at The Orange and Brown Report. Later in the season we see another example of the nose tackle losing the double-team battle, allowing a blocker to ‘jump … Continue reading

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    The following post is an excerpt from a comprehensive look at Hue Jackson’s favorite pass concepts at the OBR. Click here for the entire article. Our final route concept is known as the ‘Smash-Post’. The play design integrates another coaching-favorite, the ‘Smash’ concept, with a post route coming from the opposite side of the field. … Continue reading Getting Vertical with the Smash/Post Concept

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    This post is an excerpt taking from a much-longer breakdown of the Cleveland Browns’ poor run defense posted at The Orange and Browns Report In addition to poor technical fundamentals we often saw errors in role and responsibility due to communication and misunderstandingduring the 2015 season. An early-season 28-14 victory over the Tennessee Titans provided a great … Continue reading Playing Team Defense: When Run Fits Go Wrong

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    The the following post is an excerpt taking from a comprehensive piece breaking down RGIII’s 2012 Rookie of the Year. Click here to read the entire piece at The Orange and Browns Report. A major component of RGIII’s initial success (and downfall) can be attributed to his use in the run game. In addition to … Continue reading RGIII’ ROY Campaign: Running Inside Zone

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    The following post is an excerpt from a comprehensive breakdown of RGIII’s Offensive Rookie of the Year campaign. Click here to read the entire article at the Orange and Brown Report. Later in the season, the Redskins took the Inside Zone concept one step further, using three skill players in the backfield to run triple … Continue reading Running the Triple Option with RGIII

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    The following post is an excerpt from a comprehensive breakdown of RGIII’s Offensive Rookie of the Year campaign. Click here to read the entire article at the Orange and Brown Report. A second concept that shows up repeatedly on RGIII’s 2012 game tape is the popular RPO, or run/pass option. Shanahan wisely integrated run/pass options … Continue reading RGIII’s Offensive ROY Campaign: Running RPOs

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    Smart offensive coordinators will identify and exploit plus-personnel match ups wherever they find them. A simple way to force man coverage on an elite wide receiver is to align him to the backside (away from the strength of the offensive formation) and run isolation routes (specific routes like a slant or fade in which the … Continue reading Hue Jackson Offensive Preview: Isolating and Attacking with Backside Vertical Routes

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    The following is an excerpt from a comprehensive article breaking down Josh Gordon’s fit in the Hue Jackson pass-game posted at the Orange and Brown Report. The ‘X’ receiver is in often in a unique position to run vertical routes due to the strength of the coverage generally being pushed to the opposite side, leaving … Continue reading Hue Jackson Preview: Attacking Match Ups With Backside Iso Routes and Beating Press Coverage

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    The following post in an excerpt taking from a comprehensive look at RGIII’s 2012 ROY Campaign posted at The Orange and Brown Report. Washington’s second long touchdown came off play action, using a two-man Pin concept that integrates a post with an in-breaking Dig route. The H-back will cut block at the line of scrimmage … Continue reading Creating Explosive Plays with the Pin Concept off Play Action…

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    The following post is an excerpt taking from a comprehensive breakdown of Robert Griffin III’s 2012 ROY campaign posted at The Orange and Brown Report. In addition to red zone and short down-and-distance play action concepts, Washington took several vertical shots downfield in positive down/distance situations. The offense hit two long touchdowns off play action in a … Continue reading Creating Explosive Plays off Play Action Part Deux: Using Triangles

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    The following post is an excerpt from a comprehensive breakdown of RGIII’s 2012 Rookie of the Year campaign posted at The Orange and Brown Report. In our final example, we will watch RGIII make a progression-based read running another West Coast classic, the Drive concept, or 2 Jet Flanker Drive (the Steelers often run this play … Continue reading RGIII’s Rookie of the Year Campaign: Running Shallows

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  • 07/11/16--06:46: Trap Coverage and Pick Sixes
  • The following excerpt is taking from a comprehensive post breaking down Browns’ cornerback Justin Gilbert’s 2014 pick-six off Andrew Luck. The entire article can be read at The Orange and Brown Report… Base pass shells like Cover 1, Cover 2, Cover 3, and Cover 4 are too limited to stop the college and NFL passing … Continue reading Trap Coverage and Pick Sixes

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    No fancy production values or script here. I might have misidentified Austin Pasztor as well  😕

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    Another rambling, football-esque video breaking down Jamar Taylor’s week-3 interception of Ryan Tannehill.

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    More of my patented, rambling film studies…

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