Originally Posted by TwoDeep3
OC calls a screen. QB tosses ball to RB in the flat behind student body right.
Defense overcomes screen by reading and reacting and stops the play behind the line of scrimmage because of a tell the offense does when they screen.
Is this poor execution, or the OC not understanding the play was blown up because the defense knows the play coming?
Now I'm not big on anecdotal examples, but you have become the master are generalization lately in your quest to be right.
Not sure what you're asking. A play call can be bad because the defense knows it's coming. Is that what you're trying to say?
That wasn't so much the issue with the slant in question, though, since that was a play where Dez paused in the route, resulting in the broken up pass. Or at least that's what I believe happened from looking at the posted vids.
Does that somehow make me a master of generalization? And, really, shouldn't we all be on a quest to be right, Two-deep? I don't see much point in a quest to be wrong, not that I"m judging you or anything.
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