What’s the one play that makes linebackers question what they are supposed to do?
If you said Play-Action then you are right.
You see every linebacker has to read his keys to know what to do.
If his key run blocks, he knows it’s a run and he fills or scrapes.
If his key pops up and pass blocks, it’s a pass and he drops into coverage.
That’s just Defense 101…unless you are live or die by the blitz and man coverage type of coach.
So if his key looks like a run block, but it’s a pass, his only option is to react after it’s too late.
That is what you will see Oklahoma doing to the TCU linebackers when you watch this breakdown below.
Love it? I sure do.
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