Originally Posted by 76Texan
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?
I think you are missing my point with generalizing is that these individual circumstances don't matter because
1) we have no real clue what the defensive coordinator had a player doing on any given play and can only guess based on how it looks to us
2) when for whatever reason you deem Kareem was left one on one (bad call, player messed up, player next to him sucked, wr pushed him, he was expecting something that wasn't) he grossly underperformed in those situations.
A corner will be left one on one by the sheer nature of the position. Just like the LT.
Just because he is expecting the te or rb to help him out on his man doesnt mean he is ok if he lets his man get through to crush the qb. Not sure how you are not seeing that basic fact.
You are at a position that is hard. You are at a prime position. You need to man up and make some things happen or you're going to get beat Everytime the circumstances aren't perfect.