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Old 09-18-2013   #5
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Default Re: The Sideline View Film/Video Room

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
Here's a basic read on pass pro that includes the dual read concept for O-lineman, especially the guard.

http://smartfootball.com/pass-protec...ass-protection

The QB just has to throw to the hot receiver; alas, it fell right into the Titans' trap. Schaub did not expect Pollard to leave the TE to jump the route.

It's another cat and mouse game, and they won that one.
From that link:

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In the 1980s and for much of the 1990s, however, it was common to also have linemen typically the guard also dual read, but the practice has significantly died out due to the difficulties presented as a result of the zone blitz and increased athleticism of defenders.
So are we using out-dated techniques?
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