Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Fourteen 11/16/09 Notes

PANTHERS OFFENSE V. PATRIOTS DEFENSE

Butler and Chung played in the Patriots nickel package
First impressions watching Moore: A little impatient in the pocket, not comfortably going through his progressions, bailing mentally and physically a little early; Tendency to be a little wild high, missing open receivers
Patriots base defense in this game was the 3-4; They went to a 4 man DL in their nickel package
Moore threw with a low arm angle, did not come over the top; Inconsistent release point, which produces erratic accuracy
Smith 41 yd TD came out of “22” personnel with Smith the only WR, Patriots “cover 3”; Post/cross combination, a great route combination versus “cover 3” – Springs played with outside leverage versus Smith, clearly expecting inside help; Deep safety Meriweather jumped the cross, and back side CB Butler carried the cross too far, leaving Springs with no help
Panthers utilized the “Wildcat” with Smith taking the direct snap in the shotgun
Wilfork a dominant force at [...]

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