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first you identify who the eligible recievers are. there

Posted on: December 3, 2019 at 10:40:28 CT
phrejd MU
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were 2 on the left and one on the right, i think. play tight man on each of them. then make sure you can put pressure on the QB from both sides by putting 3 over center - preferably safeties or LBs who can get there fast. then hope you didn't miss anyone.
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how do you defend this formation? - SEC_BIG_GAMEHUNTER SEC - 12/3 09:56:46
     Not sure why more coaches don't come up with stuff like - sprintcar STL - 12/3 10:57:48
          it's all about opportunity cost - Fire Marshall Bill MU - 12/3 11:03:22
               Or most coaches are afraid to try something that different.(nm) - sprintcar STL - 12/3 11:06:00
                    you're more than welcome to believe that(nm) - Fire Marshall Bill MU - 12/3 11:06:54
                         it's why you see more trick plays in bowls. - phrejd MU - 12/3 11:16:55
                              yessir(nm) - Fire Marshall Bill MU - 12/3 11:20:07
                         Thanks.(nm) - sprintcar STL - 12/3 11:16:22
     first you identify who the eligible recievers are. there - phrejd MU - 12/3 10:40:28
          Yep, you only need to defend the eligible receivers. - DHighlander NWMSU - 12/3 10:52:47
     Only a handful of coaches could defend that play. - Newcatbirdseat MU - 12/3 10:15:45
     the screwup was the 2 defenders over the center - Joeboo MU - 12/3 10:03:21
          he was ---#58 is on the qb immediately - SEC_BIG_GAMEHUNTER SEC - 12/3 10:09:48
               The QB (punter) just rolled away from him while his - DHighlander NWMSU - 12/3 10:53:39




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