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MIAMI

DOLPHINS

     
   

Division AFC East

StadiumStadium DolphinDolphin StadiumStadium

 

TypeType OpenOpen

CapacityCapacity 74,91674,916

SurfaceSurface GrassGrass

 
   

2007 STANDINGS

               
   

W

ins

Loses

Ties

PF

PA

Home

Road

vs. AFC

vs. NFC

vs. D

iv

     

1

15

0

267

437

1-7

0-8

1-11

0-4

0-6

 
   

TEAM OVERVIEW

               

TEAM STRATEGY

FRANCHISE MODE STRATEGY

The Dolphins have multiple young QBs, but a veteran back-up might be a good idea. Consider dealing Jason Taylor

Miami has been going down since they lost Ricky Williams a few years ago. Many coaching changes and aging play- ers have hurt the Dolphins. Now that they have Parcells in charge, things are looking up. He has always left teams in a better position than they were before he got

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OFF-SEASON UPGRADES

there. He gets the most out of players and has an excellent eye for talent. The Dolphins were almost dead last in every single category on both sides of the ball. They did play the pass well by only giving up 188 yards in the air. The main problem was the weak offense. They only scored

16 points a game, which was 26th in the league. They averaged 189 yards in the air and 98 yards on the ground. In order to improve the defense, they need to be able to sustain drives to allow the defense to rest.

for numerous players and/or draft picks. You have a lot of

TYP

TYPE

Trad

Trade

 

ROUND

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

SCHOOL/TEAM

POSITION

 

work to do here.

 

N/A

Jason

 

Ferguson

Cowboys

 

NT

   
   

Free Free Agent

N/A

Josh

 

McCown

Raiders

 

QB

   

KEY FRANCHISE INFORMATION

Free Free Agent

N/A

Randy

 

Starks

Titans

 

DT

   
 

Cap Room: $15.92M

Draf Draft

Draf Draft

 

1

Jake

 

Long

Michigan

 

T

   
 

Key Rivals:

 

2

Phillip

 

Merling

Clemson

 

DE

   
 

• Bills, Jets, Patriots Philosophy:

SCO

SCOUTING REPORT

DESCRIPTION

   

MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL

TIPS FOR OPPONENTS

   
 

STRENGTHSWEAKNESSES

WEAKNESSES

• Offense: Run with Play Action • Defense: 3-4 Highest Paid Players:

• J. Long • J. Taylor Team Weapons:

• J. Taylor – Finesse Move D-Lineman • R. Brown – Power Back Best Young Players:

• S. Satele • J. Long

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Ronnie Brown is a solid back that can be a handful when healthy.

Jason Taylor is a Hall of Fame defensive end that generates good pressure outside.

The QB situation is awful. They were listed almost last in passing.

The best defensive players they have are Taylor and Porter; exploit this weakness.

Feed him the ball and use packages to move him around.

He can play linebacker as well as defensive end.

You need to run the ball to open up the pass.

Use Taylor and Porter in pass rushing packages.

Play the run until they show you they can establish the pass.

Make sure you send extra help to take him out and use slide protection.

Send pressure often to create turnovers. Make them show you they can pass.

Run a well-balanced attack to keep p them on their toes. They don’t have many playmakers.

 

TEAM STRATEGY

     

PRIMA OFFICIAL GAME GUIDE

     

www.primagames.com

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64

68

Ronnie Brown and the Dolphins have nowhere to go but up, and under the guidance

 

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OFFENSE

DEFENSE

of the Big Tuna, the fish won’t flounder as much in 2008.

 

ROSTER AND PACKAGE TIPS

KEY PLAYER SUBSTITUTIONS

Position: FB Substitution: Ricky Williams When: Situational Advantage: We guarantee that if you play in an online league game, someone will move Ricky Williams to fullback at some point. He still has enough in the tank to be an effective ball carrier, espe- cially when a fullback dive play is called.

Position: LE Substitution: Phillip Merling When: Global Advantage: The sub is made to give the Dolphins another pass rusher at the defensive end position. Matt Roth is better off being moved inside where he can push the pocket. Having Merling at LE gives the Dolphins a rock solid one- two punch.

Position: CB Substitution: Andre’ Goodman When: Global Advantage: With a 93 speed rating, Andre’ Goodman is more than capable of covering most of the slot receivers in the game. That’s why we suggest moving him to the number 3 spot, so he can play nickelback and be on the field more.

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MIAMI

DOLPHINS

                 

OFFENSE

         

#79 Jake Long Tackle (LT)

 

OFFENSIVE STRENGTH CHART

     

OFFENSIVE FORMATIONS

         

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

O

         

2-BACK SET

               

Gun

Singleback

         

This is the number one pick this season for the

                                   

Wk

Ace

         

Dolphins. When you rebuild, you want to make

WR

 

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

TE

       

Doubles

Ace Pair

         

sure you have a solid line. Jake Long was listed as

#

19

 

#

79

#

65

#

64

#

76

#

72

#

82

       

Doubles Wk

Bunch

       

one of the best coming out this season. He has

           

QB

             

WR

 

Empty Trey

Doubles

   

Run Block Strength

95

           

#

4

             

#

18

 

Split Slot

Y-Trips

F Wing

Spread Flex

Y-Trips

   

Run Block Footwork

88

great size, good movement, seals off well, and punishes pass rushers.

           

FB

                   
   

Pass Block Strength

92

             

#

45

                   
   

Pass Block Footwork

77

             

HB

                   

I-Form

   

Player Weapon: Crushing Run Blocker

           

#

23

                     
                                       

Pro

Strong

                     

3 RECEIVER SET

             

Pro Twins

Pro

TEAM STRATEGY

       

#23 Ronnie Brown Halfback (HB)

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

O

                                   

Tight

Pro Twins

       

WR

 

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

WR

       

Tight Pair

Weak

         

#

19

 

#

79

#

65

#

64

#

76

#

72

#

81

           
       

Brown is a decent back that has all of the tools

                                     

Pro

         

WR

       

QB

             

WR

   

Slot

       

needed for success in the NFL. Parcells loves big

 

# 82

       

#

4

             

#

18

   
       

backs that run hard. Brown was having a good season until he got injured. He had 602 yards, 119

                                     

Tight Pair

 

Speed

91

carries, and 4 touchdowns in 7 starts.

           

HB

                       
   

Agility

91

             

#

23

                       
   

Trucking

94

                                         
   

Elusiveness

84

   

OVR less than 80

   

OVR 90 or greater

         
   

Player Weapon: Power Back

   

OVR between 80-89

                         
         

#19 Ted Ginn Wide Receiver (WR)

RECOMMENDED OFFENSIVE AUDIBLE PACKAGES

   
           

Sin

gleback

     

I-Form

         

I-Form

     

Gun

Gun

         

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

O

                                       
           

H B Slam

     

Quick Slants

       

Power O

     

Strong Flood

Smash

         

Ted was the first round pick from last year that the team had great hopes for. He only had 420 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns. He is the best wideout they have and he has plenty of upside.

OFFENSIVE PLAYCOUNTS

OFF

                     
   

Speed

98

His speed and agility makes him a threat to score

Quick Pass:

         

23

 

Screen Pass:

   

12

Pitch:

9

   

Catch

82

at any time.

Standard Pass:

     

85

 

Hail Mary:

   

1

Counter:

9

   

Catch Traffic

74

Shotgun Pass:

       

58

 

Inside Handoff:

   

34

Draw:

11

   

Route Run

83

 

Play Action Pass:

     

63

 

Outside Handoff:

   

16

   
   

Player Weapon: Speed

                                           
 

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PRIMA OFFICIAL GAME GUIDE

   
       

www.primagames.com

   

OFFENSE KEY OFFENSIVE PLAYS

         
 

SINGLEBACK F WING

1 1

2

2

3

3

     
 

POWER O

             

Ronnie Brown of the Dolphins is a good running back. Use the Power

The backside guard will pull around the right side to add some blocking.

Brown has the ball with room to breathe. Now he has to set up his

Brown picks up the block from the fullback and then has all the running

   

O

and the auto motion in it, to help

Brown also has the FB as a blocker.

blocks to get the maximum gain.

room he needs down the sideline.

   

him shred the defense for big yards.

           
     

11

22

33

     
 

SINGLEBACK SPREAD FLEX

         

TEAM STRATEGY

 

SHORT INS N OUTS

         

Sometimes the best way to attack

The safety and linebacker both

The slot receiver has a lot of room

The quarterback puts the ball

 

zone coverage is by trying to stretch

drop to the middle of the field, let-

to roam because of the way the

perfectly on the spot and gives

   

it

to the limit. The Spread Flex Ins

ting the quarterback know to attack

safety and linebacker dropped

him a chance to pick up yards

   

N

Outs gives the offense a way to

the seam.

into coverage.

after the catch.

   

attack zone coverage.

           
     

11

22

33

     
 

GUN ACE PAIR WK

           
 

WR CORNER

           

Attack the defense with plays that will always give the offense an advan- tage. The WR Corner uses routes that attack the defense in multiple areas and are sure to get open.

At the snap both tight ends run up field to move the linebackers out of the way so that the flanker can run underneath.

With the void that the tight ends cre- ated by running off the linebackers, Ginn is wide open.

Ginn is already fast enough to beat defenders by himself, but by working off other routes he is more effective.

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MIAMI

DOLPHINS

               

DEFENSE

         

#99 Jason Taylor Defensive End (RE)

 

DEFENSIVE STRENGTH CHART

   

DEFENSIVE FORMATIONS

         

DEFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

       

4-3 BASE DEFENSE

         

4-3

Quarter

 
         

Taylor is the face of Miami, and one of the best

                               

Normal

Combo

 
         

pass rushers in the league. He had a great season

         

FS

   

SS

         

Over

   
         

(his 12th). He had 56 tackles, 11 sacks, 4 forced

         

#

32

   

#

37

         

Under

   
   

Speed

85

fumbles, and 1 interception, and hasn’t missed a start since 1999.

                               

Dime

   
   

Strength

77

 

CB

   

LB

     

LB

     

LB

 

CB

 

Flat

   
   

Power Moves

Finesse Moves

75

96

 

#

22

   

# 55

RE

#

DT

52

DT

LE

# 53

 

#

25

 

Normal

   
   

Player Weapon: Finesse Move D-Lineman

       

#

99

#

91

#

95

#

97

         

Dollar

   

TEAM STRATEGY

       

#55 Joey Porter Linebacker (ROLB)

       

DIME DEFENSE

           

Normal

Nickel

   
       

DEFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

           

FS

   

SS

         

3-3-5

   
                     

#

32

   

#

37

             
       

Joey was once one of the best OLBs in the

CB

#

22

                               

Normal

   
       

game. Injuries and age have taken a toll on him,

                               

Nickel

   
       

but he is still a great player. He had 65 tackles,

 

CB

       

LB

       

CB

CB

 

Strong

   
       

5 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and 2 interceptions.

 

# 29

       

#

52

       

# 21

#

25

       
 

Speed

82

When he is healthy he can still bring it.

     

RE

DT

DT

LE

               
   

Tackling

91

         

#

99

#

91

#

95

#

97

               
   

Pursuit

92

                                         
   

Play Recog.

80

   

OVR less than 80

   

OVR 90 or greater

         
   

Player Weapons: Big Hitter, Brick Wall Defender

 

OVR between 80-89

                         
         

#91 Vonnie Holliday Defensive Tackle (DT) )

RECOMMENDED DEFENSIVE AUDIBLE PACKAGES

     
             

4-3

     

4-3

       

Nickel

     

Dime

Quarter

 
         

DEFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

                                       
           

2 M

an Under

   

Fire Man

     

Cover 3

     

Cover 2

Man Up 3 D

eep

         

Holliday was brought in to help with the pass rush. Holliday didn’t have a great season last year, but he is still a useful pass rusher. He plays

DEFENSIVE PLAYCOUNTS

DEF

                     
   

Speed

63

the run well, and can still get at the QB. He had only 2 sacks, 56 tackles, and one forced fumble.

Man Coverage:

   

45

 

Cover 2 Zone:

   

14

Man Blitz:

 

55

   

Strength

86

   

Man Zone:

     

34

 

Cover 3 Zone:

   

26

Zone Blitz:

 

64

   

Power Moves

86

   

Combo Coverage:

     

7

 

Deep Zone:

   

18

Combo Blitz:

13

   

Finesse Moves

74

                                         
   

Player Weapon: None

                                           
 

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PRIMA OFFICIAL GAME GUIDE

   
       

www.primagames.com

   

DEFENSE KEY DEFENSIVE PLAYS

         

4-3 UNDER

 

1 1

2

2

3

3

     

ZONE BLITZ

             

Zone Blitz schemes have been used to stop the run, such as the 4-3 Under Zone Blitz from the Dolphins defensive play.

Both the left outside linebacker and middle linebacker are sent in on a blitz.

The strong side defensive tackle will throw the offensive linemen’s block- ing off by dropping back in a zone.

If the offense tries to run towards their side, one of them will be in position to make the tackle.

   
   

11

22

33

     

4-3 UNDER

           

TEAM STRATEGY

SLANT CRASH LEFT

         

The 4-3 Under Slant Left is a good defense to call against play action because the defensive line is crash- ing towards the left side of the defensive line.

The right end is generally left unblocked and goes straight after the quarterback if he doesn’t bite on the play fake.

The Jets quarterback tries to roll out after the fake and avoid being sacked.

The problem for the quarterback is the right end doesn’t bite on the play fake.

   
   

11

22

33

     

DIME NORMAL

           

STRIKE 2 DEEP

           

The Dolphins have to be creative with their blitz schemes because the defense as a whole is not very strong. A creative zone defense to call is Dime Normal Strike 2 Deep.

This zone blitz sends the inside defensive backs in on blitzes from both sides of the field.

In most cases, the quarterback won’t have much time to look deep down the field.

The quarterback is unable to get rid of the ball and the result is a date with the grass.

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

   

Division NFC West

StadiumStadium CandlestickCandlestick ParkPark

 

TypeType OpenOpen

CapacityCapacity 70,20770,207

SurfaceSurface GrassGrass

 
   

2007 STANDINGS

                 
   

W

ins

Loses

Ties

PF

PA

Home

Road

vs. AFC

vs. NFC

vs. D

iv

     

5

11

0

219

364

3-5

2-6

1-3

4-8

3-3

 
   

TEAM OVERVIEW

                 

TEAM STRATEGY

FRANCHISE MODE STRATEGY

The 49ers have some good passing targets, but you might need to look for a QB if Alex Smith can’t get the job done.

The 49ers have a nice core of players, but are in the later part of rebuilding. They have made moves to improve the defense and have some great young players on the offensive side. The 49ers have hit the market to get key veteran

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OFF-SEASON UPGRADES

players to help bring some leadership into the locker room. Last season, they ranked 32nd in total points (13.7), and racked up 237 total yards a game, 143 in passing, and 92 rushing yards (placing them 27th in the league). Defensively,

they gave up 22.8 points per game (26th), 227 passing yards (22nd), and 118 on the ground (22nd ). They really need to improve on the defensive side and hope that they get more consistency from the quarterback spot.

Start looking for some younger secondary players and get help

TYP

TYPE

Free

 

ROUND

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

SCHOOL/TEAM

POSITION

 

at defensive tackle.

Free Agent

N/A

Isaac

 

Bruce

Rams

   

WR

   
   

Free Free Agent

N/A

DeShaun

 

Foster

Panthers

 

RB

   

KEY FRANCHISE INFORMATION

Free Free Agent

N/A

Bryant

 

Johnson

Cardinals

 

WR

   
 

Draf Draft

 

1

Kentwan

 

Balmer

North Carolina

DT

   
 

Draf Draft

 

2

Chilo

 

Rachal

USC

   

G

   
 

Cap Room: $21.69M Key Rivals:

• Cardinals, Rams, Seahawks Philosophy:

• Offense: Pass Heavy

SCOSCO

SCOUTING REPORT

DESCRIPTION

   

MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL

 

TIPS FOR OPPONENTS

   
 

• Defense: 3-4 Highest Paid Players:

 

Feed him the ball as much as possible.

     
 

STRENGTHSWEAKNESSES

WEAKNESSES

• N. Clements • A. Smith Team Weapons:

• A. Lee – Big Foot Kicker • P. Willis – Brick Wall Defender Best Young Players:

• P. Willis • V. Davis

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Frank Gore is your workhorse back, so make him the foundation of your scheme.

Patrick Willis is a beast. He made 174 tackles, 4 sacks, and forced numerous turnovers.

The quarterback situation is awful for the 49ers. This hurts Frank Gore’s running game.

The 49ers’ run defense is quite poor. They’re ranked 22nd in the NFL.

Move him around through packages to generate pressure on the field.

Use big formations to get Davis involved in the passing attack.

You need to use 4-3/46 types of formations to slow down the run.

Show him extra attention at all times. You must contain him.

Stay out of this man’s way, and make sure you set your protection accordingly.

Double Davis and play the run. Make them go elsewhere to move e the ball.

Pound this defense until they can stop you. Then exploit the pass through play action.

 

TEAM STRATEGY

   

PRIMA OFFICIAL GAME GUIDE

   

www.primagames.com

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66

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OVERALL

OFFENSE

DEFENSE

 

ROSTER AND PACKAGE TIPS

KEY PLAYER SUBSTITUTIONS

Position: WR Substitution: Bryant Johnson When: Global Advantage: Bryant Johnson should be moved to the number 2 spot on the team’s depth chart for the following rea- son. He is faster, runs better pass routes, can jump higher, and is a few inches taller than Arnaz Battle.

Position: Slot Substitution: Vernon Davis When: Passing Situations Advantage: One of the faster tight ends in the game, Vernon Davis is a match up nightmare for linebackers, safeties, and in most cases, nickelbacks. By putting him in the slot, he can be even more effective in the red zone.

Position: LG Substitution: Chilo Rachal When: Global Advantage: If you plan on running a lot of plays that require the left guard pull- ing, then this move makes sense. Chilo Rachal has considerably more speed than starter Adam Snyder. If you make this move, be aware that Rachal is not a bet- ter run or pass blocker than Snyder.

Frank Gore remains the primary engine in the 49ers offense in 2008, but if key
Frank Gore remains the primary
engine in the 49ers offense in
2008, but if key youngsters like
QB Alex Smith and TE Vernon
Davis step up this year, the
Niners can be competitive.
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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

     

OFFENSE

         

#21 Frank Gore Halfback (HB)

 

OFFENSIVE STRENGTH CHART

   

OFFENSIVE FORMATIONS

         

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

         

2-BACK SET

               

I-Form

Snugs Flip

 
         

Gore is one of the top ten running backs in the

                                   

Pro

Spread Flex

 
         

league. He’s the playmaker for this club, and a

WR

 

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

TE

       

Tight

Trey Open

 
         

tough runner that breaks plenty of tackles and

#

82

 

#

74

#

68

#

66

#

64

#

75

#

85

       

Tight Pair

Y-Trips

 
         

catches the ball well out of the backfield. All he

           

QB

             

WR

       
   

Speed

92

needs is a passing attack to open lanes for him.

           

#

11

             

#

80

 

Rifle

Split

Slot

 
   

Agility

93

           

FB

                   

Doubles

 
   

Trucking

92

             

#

44

                       
   

Elusiveness

88

             

HB

                   

Doubles Y-Slot

   
   

Player Weapon: Power Back

             

#

21

                   

Snugs Flip

Strong

 
                                         

Spread Flex Wk

Pro

 
                     

3 RECEIVER SET

             

Y-Trips

Pro Twins

 

TEAM STRATEGY

       

#80 Isaac Bruce Wide Receiver (WR)

                                     

Tight Pair

 
                                           

Singleback

   
       

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

WR

 

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

TE

       

Ace

Weak

 
         

#

82

 

#

74

#

68

#

66

#

64

#

75

#

85

         
       

Issac Bruce has been a great wideout over his

                                   

Ace Pair

Pro

 
         

WR

       

QB

             

WR

 

Bunch

Tight Pair

 
       

career. The 49ers needed help at wideout, and

 

# 83

       

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11

             

#

80

   
       

brought him in with Jackson and Davis to help

                                   

Doubles

   
       

with the passing attack. In this stage of his career

                                   

F Wing

   
 

Speed

87

he will be more of a possession wideout, but he

           

HB

                         
   

Catch

92

           

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21

                         
   

Catch Traffic

82

remains a great route runner.

                                         
   

Route Run

90

   

OVR less than 80

   

OVR 90 or greater

           
   

Player Weapon: Hands

     

OVR between 80-89

                           
         

#85 Vernon Davis Tight End (TE)

RECOMMENDED OFFENSIVE AUDIBLE PACKAGES

       
         

OFFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

 

I- Form

     

Singleback

       

Strong

   

Singleback

Rifle

 
           

HB

Power O

     

Slants

         

HB Dive

   

Short Ins N Outs

Corner Stri

ke

         

Davis has all of the tools to be a top shelf tight end. He has hands, speed, strength, and is a hand- ful in the seam. The main problem with him is that he has no one connecting with him. He is due for

OFFENSIVE PLAYCOUNTS

OFF

                       
   

Speed

92

some help and this could be the season.

Quick Pass:

         

25

 

Screen Pass:

   

11

Pitch:

 

7

   

Catch

84

 

Standard Pass:

     

86

 

Hail Mary:

   

1

Counter:

 

12

   

Run Block

53

 

Shotgun Pass:

       

40

 

Inside Handoff:

   

29

Draw:

 

10

   

Pass Block

49

 

Play Action Pass:

     

63

 

Outside Handoff:

   

16

     
   

Player Weapon: None

                                             
 

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PRIMA OFFICIAL GAME GUIDE

   
       

www.primagames.com

   

OFFENSE KEY OFFENSIVE PLAYS

         

RIFLE SNUGS FLIP

1 1

2

2

3

3

     

PA X CLOWN

           

The PA X Clown has some tricky routes in it that can beat a variety of coverages. The double move route is especially nice.

While the quarterback is faking the handoff you should already be looking at the coverage to see what comes open.

We have time to wait for the deep cross to open up. Wait until the receiver finds a window in the zone.

We fire a strike and our receiver goes up to grab the pass.

   
   

11

22

33

     

SINGLEBACK F WING

         

TEAM STRATEGY

F WEAK LEAD

         

The F Weak Lead uses auto motion by the fullback to bring him inside as a lead blocker. You can run a strong inside attack with this play.

As the line engages, we already can see that a hole will open up outside.

We have to hit the Sprint button to escape the defender shooting into the backfield.

Once we make our escape, we are off to the races down the sidelines.

   
   

11

22

33

     

SPLIT SLOT

             

SLOT Z OUT

             

Split back sets scream West Coast Offense. This play has some really nice route combina- tions with a backside curl and a flood on the right.

We really like to hit the angle route over the middle against man cover- age. This route is very tough for defenders to follow.

As you can see, your fullback has eluded his defender and is running wide open over the middle.

We hit him with a pass and let him lower his shoulder on the secondary.

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

     

DEFENSE

         

#52 Patrick Willis Linebacker (MLB)

   

DEFENSIVE STRENGTH CHART

   

DEFENSIVE FORMATIONS

         

DEFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

       

3-4 BASE DEFENSE

         

3-4

Quarter

 
         

Patrick Willis had an outstanding season last year,

                                 

Normal

Combo

 
         

in which he made 174 tackles, 4 sacks, and 2

           

FS

   

SS

         

Over

   
         

forced fumbles. He is a young animal that has a

           

#

26

   

#

32

         

Solid

   
         

nose for the ball and is a decent pass rusher. Willis

                                 

Stack

   
   

Speed

91

also covers well from sideline to sideline, and is

                                       
   

Tackling

96

the playmaker on the defensive side.

CB

   

LB

   

LB

LB

   

LB

   

CB

 

Dime

   
   

Pursuit

Play Recog.

98

85

 

#

22

   

# 95

RE

#

53

#

DT

52

LE

# 99

 

#

27

 

Normal

   
   

Player Weapon: Big Hitter, Brick Wall Defender

       

#

94

 

#

92

 

#

90

         

Dollar

   

TEAM STRATEGY

       

#22 Nate Clements Cornerback (CB)

         

DIME DEFENSE

           

Normal

Nickel

   
       

DEFENSIVE STAR PLAYER

           

FS

   

SS

         

2-4-5

   
                     

#

26

   

#

32

             
       

Clemens was brought in to fill the 49ers’ need

                                 

3-3-5

   
       

for a shutdown corner. Nate is a tough corner that plays all top wideouts. If you caught the ball

                                 

Strong

   
       

CB

 

CB

       

LB

       

CB

 

CB

       
       

against him, you earned it. He had 92 tackles,

#

27

 

# 3

       

#

52

       

# 36

#

22

       
 

Speed

92

3 forced fumbles, 1 sack, and 4 interceptions.

       

RE

DT

DT

LE

               
   

Man Cover

92

         

#

94