Originally Posted by 76Texan
One of the schemes that Wade put in is to put the end man (or men) wide.
He could be a 9-tech or something they call a "wide-nine", where he's even further out.
This forces the protection wide, thus giving Watt more room to operate inside.
And the rest is... history... In the making.
Exactly. They move him wide to for the guard one on one with the DE. And Antonio cut under to get the center. Sometimes your a decoy on pre snap. You can't get a sack every play.