Originally Posted by Rey
Using a small sample size and then declaring that because the safety wasn't where he needed to be kj looked bad.
We don't Where the safety needed to be. And we don't know how the coaches had the secondary playing.
Well, if we don't know what the secondary was supposed to be playing then how can we blame KJax on these plays (the 2-receiver route)?
Should we just file it under questionable instead?
What I learn is the from either cover one or cover 3, the drop kick call was one of the ways to defend the pattern (safety staying back is the other).
I found the drop-kick call in Wade's playbook (when he was in Atlanta); it's not something that I made up.
We saw it in action in one of the example I gave.
The Yates' INT.
This thread isn't supposed to cover all the plays involving KJax;
its title is Jackson's plight.
It is meant to show certain plays KJax was being blamed for are at least questionable.
If I have time, I will get to all the important plays in each game.