Originally Posted by 76Texan
This part is confusing:
"A combination of inaccuracy from Schaub and slippy, trippy footwork by Keshawn Martin gifted Jennings his two interceptions"
One INT was due to KMart slipping and the other was due to Schaub overthrowing the ball to AJ on the crossing route and Jennings making a good read, breaking off KW's deep go route on our left side line.
This second interception is another example of the classic two-man route; one running a deep route while the other running a crossing route.
The Bears were in cover 3 with Tillman dropping back deep and not following AJ.
Schaub saw that the single deep safety stayed back so he correctly went to the crossing route underneath by AJ.
Too bad, he overthrew AJ; Jennings anticipated the routes very well and made a good play on the ball.
"A combination of inaccuracy from Schaub- The overthrow INT
slippy, trippy footwork by Keshawn Martin- The other INT