Long time reader of this site, not very frequent poster.
I always feel like I need to learn before posting more.
Would appreciate advice from the experts here.
Perfected my 3-4 defense and won three ranked games in a row yesterday. However, I lost a game today, because I could not stop one play.
This guy ran the same play all game long. It was a bunch formation, in shotgun, and he motion the RB out to the right flats.
In looking at the replays, i saw the middle WRs cross. Thats all I remember.
I ran NE defense on them, and ran inverted cover 2, overload blitz, mike seam blitzs, etc. All game long, this was the only play I coudl not stop. Seems like someone was open each time.
Please help. Has anyone seen this play before? I think he used the ATL playbook.
I would like some advice on how to counter this play.
Im no expert, but i LOVE the 46 play book. You should give it a try. the 335 Cover 3 its pretty legit for pass coverage. Your Left of Screen LB is blitzing but i usually drop him back into a spy or a hook zone and it works pretty well.. my 2 cents