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Pacstud O-Line Analysis: Bears (2nd Half)

Start of 2nd Half

 

Drive 5

 

LT – Green  LG – Hansen  C – McDonald  RG – Stephenson  RT - Dombrowski

 

31.  1-10; 11

Pro Wing Rt. Strong

22 Iso

LT-2; LG-1.5; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

LG needs to seal better and the C/RG have a nice double to LB.  RB needs to follow FB through A gap.

 

32.  2-8; 9

Pro Wing Rt. Strong

21 Lead Draw

LT-2; LG-1.5; C-1.5; RG-1.5; RT-1.5

 

Botched from the start.  Banks can’t get edge by alignment.  The LG/C combo don’t get the LB (stay on double) and the RG/RT combo does the same thing.  Who has the Will?  The FB takes Mike. 

 

33.  3-9; 10

22 Gun Lt.

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-.5; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

The LG never sees the loop and couldn’t pick it up even if he did.

 

Drive 6

 

34.  1-10; -32

Pro Lt. Weak

60 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

35.  2-5; -37

Blue Rt. Y-Up

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Looks to be gap protection all the way across, FB can’t handle LB.

 

36.  3-5; -37

Pro Rt. Strong

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-1.5; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

LG loses balance and gets beat outside.

 

37.  1-10; -43

Blue Rt. Y-Up

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-1; RT-2

 

This time the RG gets a little tipsy.

 

38.  1-10; 46

Pro Lt. Weak Y-Up

722 PA Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

O-line picks up all their gaps.  RB and FB have DB and LB respectively and do NOT pick them up worth a darn.

 

39.  2-15; -49

Ace H-Flanker

623 PA Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Very good.

 

40.  1-10; 29

Pro Rt.

28 G-Lead

LT-0; LG-0; C-1; RG-2; RT-2

 

The LT misses his cut block on the LB and his GMP.  The LG misses the DT and the FB has to pick him up.  Center makes a decent cut but his GMP.  RG pulls nicely and gets LB, and the RT gets a very nice pancake!

 

41.  2-6; 25

Pro Rt.

624 PA Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

42.  3-6; 25

22 Gun Lt.

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Best pass pro by scrubs.  Stunts on both sides which are picked up very nicely.

 

Drive 7

 

LT – Otterson  RT – Bond

 

43.  1-10; -12

Texas Lt. H-Flanker

24 Zone Lead

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-0; RT-2

 

The FB is literally lost.  Almost funny to watch.  The RG goes all matador on us.  RT does well on his solo, and the LG/C combo is well done.

 

44.  2-12; -10

Y-Trips Lt. Open Rt. SB

61 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-1.5

 

The RT gets to deep and stays too parallel and gives up the inside.

 

45.  3-2; -20

Pro Rt.

624 PA Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

46.  1-10; 49

Pro Lt.

24 Zone Lead

LT-1.5; LG-1.5; C-0; RG-2; RT-2

 

LT just needs to stay on a bit longer.  The LG has a so-so cut block.  The C overruns his overtake and his GMP.  RG/RT both do well.  On a side note, #75 is very good for the Bears.  Very good.

 

47.  2-7; 46

Pro Lt. Y-Flanker Up

724 Max PA Pro (Max = 8 Man Pro)

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-1.5; RT-1.5

 

Both RG and RT are slow to their gap (it’s gap protection) and get turned.

 

48.  1-10; 32

Trips Bunch Lt. Open Rt. SB

29 Toss

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-0; RT-2

 

The RG can’t cut #75 and his GMP.  LG does well.  The FB blocks the LT’s man???  Banks whiffs completely and his GMP.

 

49.  2-13; 35

Pro Rt. Weak

60 Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

50.  3-13; 35

Blue Twins Rt. Open Lt.

60 Pro

LT-.5; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

LT gets pushed too far back and into QB.

 

Drive 8

 

51.  1-10; 36

???

???

???

 

Thank you Chicago Bears broadcasting network and your crack team of highschoolers!

 

52.  2-6; 32

Pro Rt.

829 Naked

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

53.  3-4; 30

22 Gun Lt. Y-Down

61 Pro

LT-0; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-0

 

Tough to see, but it is a CLUSTER.  The LT?  I have no clue what he’s doing.  The RT?  Someone on the right side, either the RT or the Y, actually gets all the way turned around and faces the QB.  U-G-L-Y!

 

Drive 9

 

54.  1-10; 41

Ace Tight H-Flanker

28 Sweep

LT-1; LG-2; C-0; RG-0; RT-0

 

#34 blows the whole play by missing his crack block.  RT and RG get blown off track and can’t do squat.  #34 actually takes out his own guy, the C!  The RG does well and the LT has a so-so backside cut block.

 

55.  2-10; 41

Pro Lt. Strong

27 Power

LT-2; LG-1; C-1; RG-0; RT-2

 

The LG/C combo does OK on 1st level but never pick up or get to the Will.  The RG pulls to nowhere.  Watch the RT and DE on the backside.  That’s what we call “brother-in-lawing it”.  Tee hee.

 

56.  3-5; 36

Ace H-Flanker

RB Screen Lt.

LT-1; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

LT gives a bit too much on his wash.  The rest do well and look set up to go.

 

57.  4-5; 36

22 Gun Rt.

60 Pro

LT-1; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-0

 

Both the LT/LG and RT/RG can’t switch due to bad depth.

 

58.  1-10; 25

Pro Rt.

23 Zone Lead

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Y misses his guy.

 

59.  2-8; 23

Pro Rt.

23 Zone Lead

LT-2; LG-1.5; C-1; RG-2; RT-1

 

LG needs to stay on a bit longer.  The C can’t and never does come off.  The RT needs to stay on his zone path to the LB instead of going all “sprinkler head” on us.

 

60.  3-8; 23

Pro Rt.

722 Max PA Pro

LT-.5; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

LT gets beat inside.

 

Drive 10

 

61.  1-10; -46

Pro Rt. Y-Flanker

32 Zone

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-1; RT-2

 

RG needs to come off and get the LB.

 

62.  2-8; -48

Pro Wing Lt. Y-Up

29 Sweep

LT-2; LG-0; C-2; RG-2; RT-1.5

 

The LG gets derailed by the crack block (lack of depth???) and gets no one, his GMP.  Center does very well.

 

63.  3-4; 48

Pro Lt. Y-Flanker

724 Max PA Pro

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

64.  1-10; 36

Pro Lt.

29 G-Lead

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Play of the game for the scrubbies!!!  Well designed and executed play.  One of my personal favorites from Sith Lord Norval.  ALL blocks achieved and you see the results.

 

65.  1-10; 22

Pro Rt.

28 G-Lead

LT-1; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Y gets BLOWN UP and the FB veers too wide.  LT misses his block but still diverts.

 

66.  2-1; 13

Pro Rt. Strong

26 Power

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-0; RT-2

 

RG essentially does nothing as the 1st level is secure and he won’t come off to Will!  LG does pretty good.  The RT/Y double to Mike is very nice.

 

67.  1-G; 10

Texas Rt. H-Flanker

24 Zone Lead

LT-2; LG-2; C-2; RG-2; RT-2

 

Norv is wise to let the game end here and go out on a high note.  Well blocked…very well.

 

End of Game

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