Cosell’s Coaching Tape: Week Fifteen 12/22/09 Notes

PATRIOTS OFFENSE V. BILLS DEFENSE

Maroney showed the ability to make the unblocked defender miss, a critical attribute that he has not consistently exhibited
Maroney ran hard downhill, More north-south; He has evolved into a sustaining downhill runner with power – He’s not vertically explosive
Connelly started at RG and Volmer at RT for the Patriots
Brady interception was an inaccurate throw under pressure, He had Welker on the shallow cross but pressure from Schobel impacted the throw
Patriots went deep to Moss on designed big play opportunities twice on the first 2 series, The second one would have been a TD (PI was called on S Whitner) but Brady was hit on his plant leg by blitzing S Wilson as he delivered and the result was an underthrown pass
Brady great throw under pressure on Moss 13 yd TD, LT Light by beaten quickly to the inside by blitzing LB Scott
Patriots continued to utilize both unbalanced OL formations and 6 OL personnel
Brady was [...]

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