Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Eleven 11/27/09 Notes

STEELERS OFFENSE V. CHIEFS DEFENSE

LB Johnson played in the nickel, He did not start and he hasn’t all season; Daniels was the nickel corner
Gilberry and Magee played on the DL in the nickel, First round pick Jackson did not play in the nickel
RB Moore had problems with blitz pick up; The Chiefs clearly attacked him with pressure and forced him to block, and he was physically beaten on a number of occasions
Chiefs a DL and LB rotation in the nickel: At times Dorsey and Edwards played DL, and Walters played LB
Mendenhall ran downhill with power and a physical presence, He’s a strong and powerful runner with burst and acceleration
Roethlisberger much more effective late in the down than early in the down, He’s more reactive and improvisational than proactive and disciplined
Johnson was a dynamic playmaker in this game: He was active, fast, and explosive in his movement; Very effective as a blitzer
Foster replaced an injured [...]

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