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Old 11-30-2012   #21
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That was one drive, what about the rest of the game?!?!?!

On the beer here too.. but it's 10pm, cheers!
Where the hell are you? In Europe? Man, shsst, I wish... never mind.
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Where the hell are you? In Europe? Man, shsst, I wish... never mind.
hehe, look on the bright side, you're still drinking when I wake up with a headache
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hehe, look on the bright side, you're still drinking when I wake up with a headache
Well yeah. I'm douche.

Sorry I can't finish it.
Sure I can, but it's hell better to just take it easy.

It's not always easy to find yourself in a good place (no drug involved).

You can't blame me for cruising - like an old Sunday morning.
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Detroit Lions at 8:20

1-10-DET 18 (8:20) M.Leshoure right tackle to DET 19 for 1 yard (B.James).

Runing play with flow to the right (toward weak side of offensive formation.)
Mitchell and Smith controlled the initial POA; Reed set the defense's left edge (the side where the runner originally headed.)
Sharpton (WILB) brought up the rear; the runner saw that and decided to cut back.
We won at the POA right there.
Watt knifed thru the strong side B gap deep into the backfield.
RB Leshoure cut back further to strong side.

James was free to make the play as the C went to an empty space on the second level
(he was to block Sharpton, but hit air.)

Manning was also free and came in second.
You could really credit him for an assist.
Sharpton beat the C to come back and joined in third.

Barwin set the strong side edge

Credit all the 5 guys on the line and Sharpton.
James got the tackle due to them doing their jobs well.
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2-9-DET 19 (7:42) (Shotgun) M.Leshoure up the middle to DET 18 for -1 yards (A.Smith).

We made this play from a dime package.
Four-man front with a single LB.
Lions in single back formation, 4 wide balanced.

Smith beat the C right off the bat and came in through the strong side A gap (RB's side).
He was on top the RB before Leshoure can make any move.
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3-10-DET 18 (7:03) (Shotgun) M.Stafford pass incomplete deep right to R.Broyles.

Lions in empty, trip left (3 receivers), slot right, wide right.
Texans in cover 2 man under.

KJax tumbled a little in trail position as the receiver put on his move toward the corner on a post-corner-post route.

Demps squatted too soon; he should have played back deeper with just one receiver releasing on his side,
and none of the receivers on the other side running any crossing route.
Wish I can get you to see the All-22 view from NFL game rewind.

Good thing Barwin was able to push the LT close to the QB while Smith beat the RG, showing pressure.
Stafford had to throw the ball a little early; otherwise, Smith would have swatted that ball down like a basketball player blocking a shot.

Ball overthrown (high arch to avoid Smith's arm.)
Smith did not get credit for a QB Hurry here.
The scorer probably thinks that Stafford should still be able to complete that pass.

Personally, I don't think so.
Stafford had to pull his left foot back to avoid Smith and had to throw from his back foot.
If he let go of the ball a fraction later, it wouldn't work.
Ball was released right around the 3-sec mark.
Ball was snapped at the 7:03 mark and release shortly after the 7:00 mark.


Here, the Lions initially had 7 to block 4.
Smith was the only one seeing single blocking.
The two TEs helped block our two DEs (4-man front) Barwin and Reed before releasing late.
Sure, Stafford had a little time to throw (3 secs) to throw, but it was at the expense of combo or double blocking on most of our guys.

The one who saw single blocking (Smith) did affect the throw for an incompletion.

Here, Smith should get credit for a QB hurry while Barwin should get a QB pressure.
He did push the LT real close to the QB - a hell closer than Tuck as shown in the other video that I mentioned.
Tuck got a QB pressure/hurry (from PFF) while being further from the QB than Barwin.

The sequence:
http://s1217.photobucket.com/albums/...ts/Series%202/

4-10-DET 18 (6:55) N.Harris punts 41 yards to HST 41, Center-D.Muhlbach. K.Martin ran ob at HST 41 for no gain.

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Detroit Lions at 5:49



1-10-DET 17 (5:49) (Shotgun) M.Stafford pass incomplete deep right to J.Bell. HST-B.Reed was injured during the play. He is Out. Ball thrown away.

Good job by Mitchell pushing the double team into the backfield, forcing Stafford to scramble to his left
With Crick fastly converging, Stafford wisely threw the ball away.
They had 6 to block 4.
We started with base 3-4, but Reed slid to the outside to cove the flexing TE away from the formation.

Barwin beat his man late and got to the Center line (where the QB is supposed to be) in less than 3 secs.
This means the QB would have to throw the ball away at least before 2.5 sec.
By the time 3 secs roll around, Barwin would have been on top of him already.

And obviously, the QB cannot roll left or he would have been engulfed by Barwin in just about 2 secs.
Stafford rolled right because he saw that Watt had stopped and was moving toward the middle looking to jump up and swat the ball.

Here, Watt should get credit for a QB disruption.
But let's not forget Mitchell's QB pressure (against double team, no less) that started the whole thing.
Barwin got zil since the QB was moving away from here; but he more than did his job.

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2-10-DET 17 (5:43) (Shotgun) M.Stafford pass short left to T.Scheffler pushed ob at DET 23 for 6 yards (B.James).



Quick out.
Ball out in about 1.5 sec.
At the 5:41 mark, the ball was already halfway to the target.
The TE ran across Barwin's face before the LT took over.
Barwin was able to push him pretty close to the QB and was gaining on the edge.
The Texans were collapsing the pocket; there was no way Stafford could have completed a pass if he waits even 2 secs.

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3-4-DET 23 (5:15) (Shotgun) M.Stafford pass incomplete deep right to C.Johnson (D.Manning).



Texans in 6-man zone blitz against 7 blockers.
Stafford ran from pocket, saw double-team downfield and threw the ball away.
Watt was closest on the trail as he almost got a free run with the O-lineman out of position.
Barwin also chased from the back side in a delayed blitz.
He was to replaced Demps (taking the receiving threat out of the backfield so that Demps can come in on the zone blitz.)
Only when he saw the RB stayed that he started to rush the passer.

The ball was snapped just before the 5:15 mark.
Before the 5:13 marks rolled around (about 1.5-1.75 of a sec), Barwin was already
at the far hashmarks where the line of Center was (where Stafford took the ball from the shotgun.)
At the 5:13 mark, Watt was all over the place.
Stafford had no chance.

To say that Stafford had all the time in the pocket is but exaggeration, sorry folks.

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http://s1217.photobucket.com/albums/...203/Play%2019/

(5:09) N.Harris punts 32 yards to HST 45, Center-D.Muhlbach, downed by DET-E.Coleman.
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