By pure chance, I pulled up an old NFL Matchup episode in which Ron Jaworski disected a game between the Vikings and the Packers. In so many words, Jaworski said: "The Vikings are a predominantly cover 2/tampa 2 team..." (as the Texans were under Richard Smith, and less predominantly under Bush - however, less definitely did not mean more in this case, as the Texans were bad under any coverage under Bush.) "that means 2-deep, 5-underneath... (or with a LB dropping back in the deep middle to help the safeties - tampa 2)... there are opportunities..." He then went on to describe how the WR and the QB work to take advantage of the coverage. ... Rogers (QB) knows how to defeat the concept of spot drop in the tampa 2. I thought I'd bring it up to point out why there were gaping holes between defenders, not just in the middle, but also along the side line behind the CBs.