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Old 02-22-2014   #35
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Default Re: Our New Schemes on Both Sides of the Ball Will Promote Adaptability

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Originally Posted by Number19 View Post
In the Chronicle today was an interesting tid bit coming out of Indianapolis during OB's interview. The Texans will utilize TRAP blocking as well as zone blocking and power blocking. To effectively utilize trap blocking you need athletic, quick guards with nimble feet who can still hit with power when they get to their assignment. Quess should excel at this if kept at OG, having been used on trap plays from the OT position, in college. Brandon Brooks maybe not fit well in this blocking scheme.
He's said that he doesn't want to be tied down to any particular scheme but rather, play all of them depending on the matchups.

But... except for when Gibbs was here, Kubiak also incorporated other blocking schemes in with the zone scheme. He had incorporated trap blocking into the zone.
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