Some Week 12 breakdowns
or, you guys sick of hearing about Mills yet?
I’m now just going to start every video by saying “it’s an old West Coast concept” so I can get it out of the way early.
I do find myself saying it more and more lately, and there’s a good reason for that. With the rise of split safety looks, a lot of those concepts are showing back up, as they were ball-control concepts designed to attack two-high looks.
We’re going to kick things off with the Rasul Douglas pick-six. Rams were using Smash/China - and old West Coast concept - and Douglas played it perfectly.
Next, we stay on the defensive side of the ball, but we’re looking at the long Van Jefferson TD and talking about the Mills concept.
Last up for now, we’re talking about the China concept, and how the Packers used a switch release off the line to create a little extra room.