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Offline Sollly

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Last Weeks Game Video
« on: October 05, 2011, 09:45:06 AM »
Ok, so here is film from last weeks game.



A little background. We lost this game 24-0. The film clip show is of the second quarter.

Some interesting tidbits.

We had possession of the ball the entire first half except for about 5 plays. We went in to halftime down 12-0 on a  couple of long passes down to inside the 10 and two additional plays to punch it in. We had 100+ yards of offense in the first half and somewhere around 20 yards in the SECOND HALF.

This was one of those games where it seemed like someone made a crucial mistake or error on almost every play.

One of my QBs is very unpredictable come game time and cannot handle the pressure.

We were in the red zone 4 or 5 times and stalled due to stupid mistakes, penalties, fumbles etc.

Time of possession was very lopsided on our side, but we lost anyways.

Fire away, we deserve it.

Also posted in Killer Bee for comment.

Thanks
Rob
« Last Edit: October 05, 2011, 10:21:57 AM by Sollly »
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2011, 10:19:01 AM »
Heres what I do know among other things.

TE is constantly lining up in backfield.

Our offensive execution stinks.

We miss blocks and don't sustain.
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2011, 12:08:36 PM »
What depth is your WB at?
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2011, 02:38:32 PM »
Very first thing I noticed is .....You are passing way too much! Every series looks like you started with Pass Right or some other pass play. I thought the idea was to pass every 5 plays and catch them off guard and too really only pass when you a distance you could easily pick up wiht a run so like 4 yards or less.

Also someone else mentioned your HB depth but it looks like both the Fb and HB are way too far back.

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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #4 on: October 05, 2011, 02:51:10 PM »
You may be right. I just checked my play sheet and we passed 10 out of 36 plays. 27%. I will watch it next game.

All of my backs have been moved up this week. Thanks for the input. I appreciate it.
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #5 on: October 05, 2011, 06:21:38 PM »
I've only been through it once but the first thing I noticed (besides WB's depth) was when you punted you removed the SE.  His job is to cover the punt.  Watch the ball come down to the PR man.  There's isn't a single defender within 20 yards of him.  Everybody but the QB is blocking for the punter.

Two suggestions:

Add the SE to cover the punt - And I mean a real SE.  Not the one who keeps praying all the time. 
Teach your FB to kick the ball out of bounds to the SE side.  Le the PR man and SE race for it.

Given the above, it still looked like "DC Punt" to me but your FB is back too far allowing the defense to spot it and send a PR man back.  All they had to do was cover your QB (and they did) and FB had to punt downfield with no punt coverage.  If you want to run "DC Punt", play the FB at 5 steps back, add the SE, WEDGE the line with TE on it, HB picks outside man left, WB outside man right, snap the ball when QB reaches LT and turn up QB just past LT.   :)

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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #6 on: October 05, 2011, 06:54:42 PM »
I forgot to add, in my first viewing, that the kid lined head up on your SE was not a corner but their DE.  I supected you did not notice that based on your play calling.
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #7 on: October 06, 2011, 05:27:24 AM »
Coach,
I am by no means an expert on the DCWT, and I know you said this video is of the second half only, but I don't think I saw you using your FB with the 23/24 plays or a Wedge in there.  My only suggestions would be to utilize the FB more, but then again I have only seen the 10 minute clip so I don't know everything your ran in that game.  I recommend this only because I catch myself not utilizing mine enough and so as soon as I watched your video I felt like I was watching one of mine.

The Trips 37 and 56 Reverse looked really good.

Hope this helps,

Chris

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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #8 on: October 06, 2011, 04:15:57 PM »
OK.  That was easy.  I reviewed it again.  Here's their base "D":

                                     F

      C                W         M            S             C
                E           T      N     T        E
                O          O  O 0 O  O    O
                                    O                           O
                              O   O

Except for your very last play (Fake Speed, 56 Reverse Sweep), where the LG blocked W, no one ever blocked a LBer.
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #9 on: October 06, 2011, 05:20:48 PM »
We worked on blocking Lber's all week. We'll see how it goes.

On another note. How do the SE alignments look?
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #10 on: October 06, 2011, 06:32:41 PM »
On another note. How do the SE alignments look?

They only looked wrong once (9:23).  You can tell when you have them right when you run a reverse to the SE at 10:23 ("Fake Speed 56 Reverse Sweep").  The handoff from the WB to the SE should take place about one yard past the LT and it does.

Things to note about your SE:

You only show one running play to the left in your clip at 3:34.  However, on that one running play the SE blocked the defender in front of him (He looks line a corner but he's actually a DE).  Watch the corner to the outside.  He's reading your SE the same way your corners read a TE.  If your SE releases (3:11, 6:31, 6:49, 7:10, 9:23) he follows.  If he blocks (3:34), he plays run.

You should never, EVER let your SE block a defender right in front of him.  That's why he lined up the DE right in front of your SE (In order to give his corner a run or pass read).  You did EXACTLY what he wanted and EXACTLY what the manual tells you not to do.  If you had sent the SE to block the safety on runs to the left, the corner would have run with him EVERY SINGLE TIME (see 3:11, 6:31, 6:49, 7:10, 9:23) and your SE would have taken out two defenders on every run left (corner and safety).

Incidentally, your SE should come come back at the end of the play and report if he was covered or uncovered when he runs #3.  If he's uncovered, it means "Pass Left #2" is open.  If he's covered, it means "Pass Right Throwback" is open and "23" is open but "Pass Left #2 " and "Pass Right #3" are not.

At 9:55 you run "Trips".  The FB and SE are out too far.  SE plays normal.  FB is 2 yards outside LT.  This allows you two things.  First, you'd have gotten 10 more yards on the play.  By moving the defenders in over the SE and FB they have to go 2 yards farther to catch your HB.   Therefore, your HB would go 10 more yards because he would not have stepped out of bounds.  He'd have still been 2 yards inside the boundary.  Second, you can now run "47 Speed" from trips.  You can't.

Also, your HB carried the ball in his wrong arm on that play.
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Re: Last Weeks Game Video
« Reply #11 on: October 06, 2011, 11:28:48 PM »
They only looked wrong once (9:23).  You can tell when you have them right when you run a reverse to the SE at 10:23 ("Fake Speed 56 Reverse Sweep").  The handoff from the WB to the SE should take place about one yard past the LT and it does.

Things to note about your SE:

You only show one running play to the left in your clip at 3:34.  However, on that one running play the SE blocked the defender in front of him (He looks line a corner but he's actually a DE).  Watch the corner to the outside.  He's reading your SE the same way your corners read a TE.  If your SE releases (3:11, 6:31, 6:49, 7:10, 9:23) he follows.  If he blocks (3:34), he plays run.
Ok, Think I have this fixed. Worked it all week and they didn't block the man over them in scrimmage tonight.

You should never, EVER let your SE block a defender right in front of him.  That's why he lined up the DE right in front of your SE (In order to give his corner a run or pass read).  You did EXACTLY what he wanted and EXACTLY what the manual tells you not to do.  If you had sent the SE to block the safety on runs to the left, the corner would have run with him EVERY SINGLE TIME (see 3:11, 6:31, 6:49, 7:10, 9:23) and your SE would have taken out two defenders on every run left (corner and safety).

Incidentally, your SE should come come back at the end of the play and report if he was covered or uncovered when he runs #3.  If he's uncovered, it means "Pass Left #2" is open.  If he's covered, it means "Pass Right Throwback" is open and "23" is open but "Pass Left #2 " and "Pass Right #3" are not.
They do this, but not religiously like they are supposed to.


At 9:55 you run "Trips".  The FB and SE are out too far.  SE plays normal.  FB is 2 yards outside LT.  This allows you two things.  First, you'd have gotten 10 more yards on the play.  By moving the defenders in over the SE and FB they have to go 2 yards farther to catch your HB.   Therefore, your HB would go 10 more yards because he would not have stepped out of bounds.  He'd have still been 2 yards inside the boundary.  Second, you can now run "47 Speed" from trips.  You can't.
Got it. Will correct.


Also, your HB carried the ball in his wrong arm on that play.
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