Trail technique

In the fourth quarter of yesterday's game not a single cornerback had the opportunity to defend a ball because their technique made it impossible for them to see the ball and the receiver at the same time. Is this how we're coaching it? It seems pretty easy to exploit. Even if we're pressing we need to work to keep the receiver in front of us right? Just wondering what others thought.
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trailing the WR all the way to the endzone.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
trailing the WR all the way to the endzone.

LOL
Originally posted by Allx9er:

Originally posted by brodiebluebanaszak:
In the fourth quarter of yesterday's game not a single cornerback had the opportunity to defend a ball because their technique made it impossible for them to see the ball and the receiver at the same time. Is this how we're coaching it? It seems pretty easy to exploit. Even if we're pressing we need to work to keep the receiver in front of us right? Just wondering what others thought.

Yes, it's how it's taught. From DL in coverage to LB's to all DB's. Never turn your head. Play the body language hence why you see balls being defended by a players backside. LOL

The one time Mabin did play the ball and WR, he lost the WR a tad and gave up the tying TD.
Trail of tears.
Originally posted by Allx9er:

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Originally posted by Allx9er:

this

Originally posted by NCommand:
Yes, it's how it's taught. From DL in coverage to LB's to all DB's. Never turn your head. Play the body language hence why you see balls being defended by a players backside. LOL

The one time Mabin did play the ball and WR, he lost the WR a tad and gave up the tying TD.

Well it's not working.
Originally posted by brodiebluebanaszak:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Yes, it's how it's taught. From DL in coverage to LB's to all DB's. Never turn your head. Play the body language hence why you see balls being defended by a players backside. LOL

The one time Mabin did play the ball and WR, he lost the WR a tad and gave up the tying TD.

Well it's not working.

But other teams do it. So...haha
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by brodiebluebanaszak:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Yes, it's how it's taught. From DL in coverage to LB's to all DB's. Never turn your head. Play the body language hence why you see balls being defended by a players backside. LOL

The one time Mabin did play the ball and WR, he lost the WR a tad and gave up the tying TD.

Well it's not working.

But other teams do it. So...haha

I think we're not calling out when the ball is in the air.

Once the ball is in the air the DBS have to turn back to find it. Nothing is going to change tactically once the ball leaves the quarterbacks hands they have to find the ball and go to the ball the receiver really isn't relevant once the ball is in the air.
Is Trail technique really a technique? What's the strategy of it it just seems like it's what people say they're doing when they get burned.
[ Edited by brodiebluebanaszak on Oct 16, 2018 at 5:01 PM ]
Whatever is being taught to the DBs is not working and that is Hafley!!!
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