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Old 01-11-2008, 10:59 AM   #159
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Originally posted by AllWorldTE on 01-11-2008 at 10:08 AM
To disrupt the Offensive Line's front recognition so they can't just tee off all day. The O-line makes calls telling each other how to block a certain front. A late shift messes with the calls and the execution and limits the O-Line's (and QB's) recognition time. The offesne has ways of countering this so it becomes a matter of doing it at the right time. It's an endless battle between the O and the D to counter each other's moves.
Nothing better than when that works, and you get to see two confused O-linemen blocking the same guy while your team's defender blasts in untouched to nail the QB.
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