Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Fourteen 12/14/09 Notes

COACHING TAPE – WEEK 14

VIKINGS OFFENSE V. BENGALS DEFENSE

With Harvin inactive, Lewis was the Vikings 3rd WR
MLB Jones stood out: Recognition and instincts in the run game, What he lacks is change of direction as a pass defender
S Ndukwe very active in the run game as an add-in box defender in the first quarter
Vikings often utilized Shiancoe in the slot in base personnel packages, Another way to use 3 WR formations
Bengals a lot of man coverage concepts, especially in long yardage situations
Favre ability to extend plays a big positive in the red zone, Often breaks down coverage discipline: Rice 9 yd TD
Maualuga must do a more consistent job of contact, control and release; Tendency to run around blocks rather than take them on
Bengals defense looked disciplined and fast, Not a lot of mental mistakes
Bengals defense more aggressive with blitz in the red zone area, They even played some “cover zero”
Vikings clearly more base personnel packages, with “12” and “21” personnel – [...]

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