This is a Brandon Harris Highlight video. I want you to look at the play at 1:17, tell me what you think. This is the start of the play, Harris is at the top of the screen, covering the slot receiver. He bumps the slot receiver about seven yards from the LOS, but notices the underneath guy is wide open. I can't tell if he sees the QB looking at the underneath receiver, or if he just wants to cover that receiver. Leaving the guy in the slot, with only the safety way over the top. If the slot receiver would have cut in to the middle of the field, everything would have been ok. The safety is up top & you have a LB underneath, making it a difficult throw. But the receiver cuts outside, underneath the WR who clears a big path for him. Now in this instance, I think everyone would say Harris made a good play. After all, he went on to intercept the ball. But there is no pressure on the QB. Had he waited a second longer to see what Harris was going to do, he could have thrown the ball to the slot receiver for what would definitely have been an easy throw & catch, first down & possibly big play. So, my question is this. It worked out for him this time. If you were his coach, what would you tell him?