Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Fourteen 12/15/09 Notes

BENGALS OFFENSE V. VIKINGS DEFENSE

Winfield back at LCB for the Vikings; Sapp was the nickel corner over the slot – Sanford started at S in place of injured Johnson
Greenway and Leber were the nickel LBs, Leber replaced Henderson in the nickel
Bengals OL continued to really struggle with pass protection, Palmer clearly expected and perceived pressure in this game, He was not consistently firm in the pocket
Robison aligned at DT in the Vikings nickel package, Had a sack to end the Bengals first possession
Rookie OL Smith again played in the 6 OL personnel package
Vikings played press consistently against Ochocinco, especially Griffin at RCB
Bengals clearly did not game plan to throw the ball down the field, No designed explosiveness to their passing game, A function of their inability to pass protect with any consistency
Interior of the Bengals OL had a tough time blocking Pat Williams in the run game
Vikings consistently double-teamed Ochocinco, and Palmer at times forced the ball to him – Palmer [...]

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