Corner technique I may be wrong but

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  1. CowboysFaninHouston

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    that's Richards...you mean Richards is not a good coach?

    and its not because of his height. he is more marcus peters than anything else. not disciplined enough.
     
  2. Dre11

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    No they're not.
     
  3. Clove

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    Only turn your head around when you're even with the guy or in front of him. If you're behind, you need to focus on breaking up the pass.
     
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  4. Red Dragon

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    @ the OP: The idea is twofold: You need to keep pace with the WR on those deep streak routes, and if your head is turned, you can't run as fast. And you watch the receivers' eyes; if his eyes are widening, that means the ball arrival is imminent and you need to put hands up to swat the ball.

    The drawbacks, of course, are that this risks a PI penalty and also that you can't possibly intercept a ball if you aren't looking at it. You can only, at most, hope for a deflection.
     
  5. Captain43Crash

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    There is more than one way to play cornerback. If you are right on a receiver running down the field sometimes you don’t have time to turn your head, so you watch the receivers eyes and hands. When the hands come up and the eyes go up toward the ball, you put your hand between the receivers. A lot of times it is less risky than looking back to the ball.
     
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  6. Captain43Crash

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    Face guarding is legal and smart!
     
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  7. Bob-Lillys-War

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    These DBs are well coached and ranked elite ., as well as our LBs .

    I can't say that about the offense though .
     
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  8. Runwildboys

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    Considering what Richard has done with this defense in one season, I doubt very much that Lewis is on the bench solely because he's an inch shorter.
     
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  9. Dre11

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    To be technical, if you're in phase with the wr you can turn, if you're out of phase or trail you have to keep your eyes on the wr.
     
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  10. Beaker42

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    Yeah, who was the JAG from the Giants who made two great one-handed catches against us?
     
  11. Cowboyz88

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    I feel like it’s been forever since we’ve had a CB that could attack and catch the ball at the same time.

    Playmaking CBs are very rare with the Cowboys.
     
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  12. Runwildboys

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    Especially when you consider the quality of WRs these CBs go up against. Look away for a fraction of a second and they may not be there when you look back.
     
  13. IlliniNation

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    Yep. When i see this I fugure they have been beat and trying to get back in phase. Read eyes and throw your hands up. You can turn head and look for ball when your in phase with your reciever. Doing this while beat means the ball goes over your head, and the reciever make a catch with your momentum stalled.
     
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  14. Ddisco22

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    It's whats being taught, it works.
    Although we did give up big plays but some of this were due to scheme and others were Judy good catches.
    Wr's have to have to get credit too.
     
  15. davidariust24

    davidariust24 Well-Known Member

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    They wait for the ball to get near the receiver and read the receivers reaction so they can get a hand in between the receivers hands and keep them from catching it or just to knock it away. I wish one of them would be ready to pounce on a route they've studied and anticipated just once and come up with an INT.
     
  16. gmoney112

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    Every coverage has drawbacks. This is usually a result of sticky man coverage. Especially when you're playing single high safety. Your eyes aren't facing the ball. The Rams had the same problem with turnovers so Wade started using more zone.

    We play a lot of man, and a lot of single high. It happens. There are always tradeoffs.
     
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  17. pancakeman

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    The risk of missing interception possibilities or increasing PI penalties is real when not turning, but doesn't turning on the other hand allow the danger of getting really burned on stop and go routes?
     
  18. CF74

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    Are u listening to The Dudes story Donnie?

    @Trouty
     
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  19. Runwildboys

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    ?
     
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  20. CF74

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    No you were bowling...:lmao2:

    @Trouty
     
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