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Lance Zierlein & company at The Sideline View are doing various forms of film breakdown on their site & on YouTube.

This is a catchall thread for those...


TSV Film Room - Texans Double Dual

Interesting to see how much is asked of our guards in the "double dual".
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Thanks alot for the link!!! I'm a student of the game, so I love watching the video tape breakdowns.

This "double dual" seems a bit flawed? So basically Brooks has to handle two guys, while Wade has nothing to do, AND Schaub has to check to his hot receiver? I'd like to see an example of a good execution of this. It doesn't seem right that Schaub must quickly go to his hot receiver when they're only rushing 5?

A logical execution of this would be:
1) Once Wade sees 53 blitzing on the right side, he should help double-up on Myers' guy.
2) Brooks gets a better hit on 56, so that he can be easily be passed off to Myers
3) Then Brooks is able to push 53 out wider
4) Schaub then has the option to step up in the pocket towards his left to make a clean throw.
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Thanks alot for the link!!! I'm a student of the game, so I love watching the video tape breakdowns.

This "double dual" seems a bit flawed? So basically Brooks has to handle two guys, while Wade has nothing to do, AND Schaub has to check to his hot receiver? I'd like to see an example of a good execution of this. It doesn't seem right that Schaub must quickly go to his hot receiver when they're only rushing 5?

A logical execution of this would be:
1) Once Wade sees 53 blitzing on the right side, he should help double-up on Myers' guy.
2) Brooks gets a better hit on 56, so that he can be easily be passed off to Myers
3) Then Brooks is able to push 53 out wider
4) Schaub then has the option to step up in the pocket towards his left to make a clean throw.
This is what I posted in another thread. I fully believe they made the attempt to do what you stated above. They just failed to finish. I may be wrong, but that's what my peepers saw
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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.
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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.
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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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So are we using out-dated techniques?
It's not like we're doing it all the time - far from that; and we're not the only team to do it either.

There are several protection schemes that we use.
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Speaking from a position of ignorance on what our OL is coached to do, but from a position of general knowledge I think the following:

I think with the movement pre-snap Myers should have checked and slid the protection to the strong side. The NT crosses face to engage Myer in order to establish the two-on-one against Brooks.

I think Myers should have passed the NT on to Wade who should have engaged the NT when he sees the pre-snap movement leaving him uncovered. This gives 1 on 1 across the board.

I only say this because the movement was clear pre-snap. If they executed this blitz post snap then I say we play it how we did on film as the additional steps needed from keeping it disguised would have provided plenty of time for Matt to get rid of the ball.
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