Cosell’s Coaching Tape: 10/7/09 Notes

TITANS OFFENSE V. JAGUARS DEFENSE

Ingram and Harvey started at OLB in the Jaguars 3-4 front
S Nelson was again the nickel corner aligned over the slot for the Jaguars; Russell came in at S in the nickel
Jaguars much more aggressive early in the game with blitz; ILBs Durant and Smith played downhill with aggression
This was a different Jaguars defense in terms of intensity and tactics: More blitzing, more pressure schemes, more stunting – Titans OL was overmatched though the first quarter
Titans clearly tried to go back to basics, The offensive focus was Johnson running the ball
Collins was not sharp, He missed some routine throws in which the receiver was open
Jaguars went with predominant zone coverage based schemes in the second half with a 30-3 lead; First play of the second half they rushed 3 and dropped 8 in coverage
Britt gets in-and-out of breaks with quickness for a big man, Not vertically explosive
Collins third quarter interception was not his fault: [...]

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