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Coaches Film Analysis: 2019 Season

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  • thl408
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Originally posted by jonnydel:
If you watch, the man defenders on the extra blockers came on a blitz once their men stayed in to block.
However, I wasn't necessarily just referring to the INT's, I was meaning in general.
"The pick is a good example of this. We keep 2 extra guys in to block, they still get pressure and Arizona is able to flow 5 defenders vs 3 receivers."
Okay I read that and thought you were referring to the first INT. You're right ARI did send extra rushers late on a green dog. I think the real pressure was from the two edges.
Originally posted by thl408:
Originally posted by jonnydel:
If you watch, the man defenders on the extra blockers came on a blitz once their men stayed in to block.
However, I wasn't necessarily just referring to the INT's, I was meaning in general.
"The pick is a good example of this. We keep 2 extra guys in to block, they still get pressure and Arizona is able to flow 5 defenders vs 3 receivers."
Okay I read that and thought you were referring to the first INT. You're right ARI did send extra rushers late on a green dog. I think the real pressure was from the two edges.

Sorry, I wasn't clear, I was cooking at the time, lol. I was meaning that you can keep extra guys in to block and still allow pressure and now you've got fewer routes to attack the defense with.

Some things covered in this video:
Spider 2 X-Banana(I love this play!!!!)
Jimmy's 3rd TD
Jimmy's footwork
the final INT
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SPIDER 2X BANANA!
Originally posted by jonnydel:

Some things covered in this video:
Spider 2 X-Banana(I love this play!!!!)
Jimmy's 3rd TD
Jimmy's footwork
the final INT

Great video
3 man pleasure should never be a thing. My OL would be running wind sprints until they puked after practice.
Originally posted by NCommand:
3 man pleasure should never be a thing.

To each their own
Originally posted by TyCore:
Originally posted by NCommand:
3 man pleasure should never be a thing.

To each their own

Originally posted by thl408:
SPIDER 2X BANANA!

Didn't throw the Venus.....BECAUSE YOU NEVER THROW THE VENUS on Spider Banana
Originally posted by NCommand:
3 man pleasure should never be a thing. My OL would be running wind sprints until they puked after practice.

This

Originally posted by jonnydel:

Some things covered in this video:
Spider 2 X-Banana(I love this play!!!!)
Jimmy's 3rd TD
Jimmy's footwork
the final INT

This Spider 2 Banana is like a supercharged version......I love how the drag from the slot not only runs interference with Juice's guy but it also becomes a mesh with the Dwelly route.
  • thl408
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jonnyd, dunno if you are going to get to the defense, but this play stood out to me and was an important play in the first half. Your thoughts?
2Q 3rd & 10
I think the 49ers are in Quarters here. Moseley in press alignment (press Quarters is a new look for this defense). This play unfolds very oddly.


Moseley playing man coverage on the #1. Ward, I think, is in Quarters. With no vertical threat from a #2, Ward should be looking to help Moseley bracket the #1. You can see Ward facing the #1 here.


This is where it gets weird. The #1 Curls. Moseley abandons his coverage of #1, opting to cover a phantom Post route that isn't happening. The #1 is running a Curl, close enough to being an in breaking route where Ward needs to come down and double the #1.


If they are in Quarters on that side of the field, Ward needs to be flat footed and stay shallow to help cover any in breaking routes from the #1, which is exactly what happens. What is Moseley doing? Caught for 9 yards. ARI converts a 4th & 1 and eventually scores a TD to make it 16-0.
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JohnnyDel, first off I appreciate the time you put into the fantastic analysis of the 49ers offense and defense. This is the number one thing I look for after each game. I would like to provide some constructive criticism, though. In one of your earlier videos this weak, you had a ton of offensive plays covered in one video. You had the routes already drawn up, and you went through the play very quickly. For my weak football mind, I really wasn't able to follow things well. One advantage of manually drawing on the screen is that it forces you to slow down and you explain the routes/defensive coverages in more detail. Now, I am not saying you should manually draw, the new method is much better, but I would like to suggest that you slow yourself down and cover things in more detail. One thing that would help is to isolate the receiver route (visually), and the one/two defender that determines whether the route will be successful.

Anyway, thanks again for the time and effort you put into your review. I learn a lot from them.
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by TyCore:
Originally posted by NCommand:
3 man pleasure should never be a thing.

To each their own


nasties
Originally posted by thl408:
jonnyd, dunno if you are going to get to the defense, but this play stood out to me and was an important play in the first half. Your thoughts?
2Q 3rd & 10
I think the 49ers are in Quarters here. Moseley in press alignment (press Quarters is a new look for this defense). This play unfolds very oddly.


Moseley playing man coverage on the #1. Ward, I think, is in Quarters. With no vertical threat from a #2, Ward should be looking to help Moseley bracket the #1. You can see Ward facing the #1 here.


This is where it gets weird. The #1 Curls. Moseley abandons his coverage of #1, opting to cover a phantom Post route that isn't happening. The #1 is running a Curl, close enough to being an in breaking route where Ward needs to come down and double the #1.


If they are in Quarters on that side of the field, Ward needs to be flat footed and stay shallow to help cover any in breaking routes from the #1, which is exactly what happens. What is Moseley doing? Caught for 9 yards. ARI converts a 4th & 1 and eventually scores a TD to make it 16-0.
Looked like cover 4 palms to me. The difference is I think Moseley is expecting the pass rush to get there and just goes lazy on the play. Even if he plays it out, it's still probably a completion. If you look at the other side, Sherm gives up the same route, the difference is that K'Waun Williams is playing soft in the curl zone and Dre Greenlaw is coming up on the RB who's in pass pro. Not sure why, the RB is clearly in pass pro, don't know why he's floating to the LOS. He should be dropping back to help on any deep curl routes.
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