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    O line cut blocking..

    Why were there so many cut blocks in this game? Time and time again I saw the tackles diving. Why?
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    On short passes, bubble screen and slants, with a one to three step drop, you are trying to get the pass rusher hands down, so cut blocking is the best way to do that IF timed correctly

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    O line cut blocking..

    I agree but 9 out of 10 times it wasn't working. I like to see the tackles stay upright and fight! Seems to me a lot I things last night didn't work! This method was one of them..
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    I saw that game last night. I didn't see any blocking-- Cut blocks or any other types of blocks.

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    O line cut blocking..

    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    I saw that game last night. I didn't see any blocking-- Cut blocks or any other types of blocks.
    Lmao!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    I saw that game last night. I didn't see any blocking-- Cut blocks or any other types of blocks.
    Agree. I was too busy watching the line on both sides of the ball getting shoved around like small children, to worry about what kind of blocks they were trying to do.
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    O line cut blocking..

    Poe owned Pouncey
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    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    I saw that game last night. I didn't see any blocking-- Cut blocks or any other types of blocks.
    hehehe
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    I might get some **** for this, Pouncey got ****ing owned lastnight on occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Poe owned Pouncey
    Quote Originally Posted by steelchamp204 View Post
    I might get some **** for this, Pouncey got ****ing owned lastnight on occasions.
    when was the last time you saw Pouncey get beat up that badly? I do agree that he looked terrible just glad it is not a regular occurrence




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