Originally Posted by Rey
Your idea if safety help is flawed.
Safety help doesn't mean you have your own personal protector over the top. He's going to take one route away and you just worry about the rest. No.
Often times a safety is looking at multiple routes. He supposed to position himself the best way possible to make a play on the ball. Good safeties do this more often than not by instincts, speed, film study ect. .
As a corner you can not always expect the safety to be right there over the top. It's just not going to happen that way. Sometimes the safety is doubling with you, but if he's just in a deep zone the he may not be right with you when the ball is thrown because he's looking at multiple things.
Too often if the safety wasn't with Jackson he got beat. That's not acceptable. You have to win some of those one on one battles.
I hate to say this, but Rey, you keep on generalizing things while all we're doing here is to look at each play seperately.
The Galloway play was a one-receiver route.
If there was a deep safety, what do you expect that safety to be doing?