The Texas Longhorns football team has lost four of it's last six football games, one of those wins was an uninspiring two point victory over Kansas in a shootout, and a three point win over Kansas State. As a result, the Longhorns are now 6-5, with no shot at a Big 12 championship or New … Continue reading Texas Two-Steps Backward
The Cowboys offense found the endzone three times in a loss to the Vikings on Sunday, thanks to elite quarterback play by Dak Prescott. Here are those three touchdowns.
Dak Prescott played arguably his best game of his career yesterday against the Minnesota Vikings at home. The Cowboys lost. 28/46397 Yds3 TD1 Int (hail mary) I don't think it's a question to anyone WHY the Cowboys lost. They had the ball with a chance to score a go ahead touchdown and decided to be … Continue reading Jason Garrett Wasted Tony Romo, Now He’s Wasting Dak Prescott
Generally speaking, the base defense of most football teams is either a 4-3 front (4 defensive linemen with 3 linebackers) or a 3-4 front (3 defensive linemen and 4 linebackers). With their base defense in mind, teams will fill their defensive rosters accordingly to fit the needs that their chosen base defense demands. The 43 … Continue reading 4-2-5: The New Base Defense
Mitchell Trubisky has now played 33 games in the NFL. He has repeatedly told us what he is, and after about 32 starts, you know what you've got in a quarterback. He's a backup level quarterback. He currently has attempted 216 passes at this point in the 2019 season, and has just five touchdown passes … Continue reading The Bears Have To Move On From Mitchell Trubisky
The method behind the madness.
You will often see me (and any other person talking football) refer to the word gap, when speaking about both offense and defense, for example "the Mike backer has weakside A gap responsibility". The specific definition of a gap in football terms would be a space between two offensive players or between an offensive player … Continue reading Football Terminology: GAPS