What's missing from the Vikings version of the wildcat? BB and Syd are
vertical threats. Harvin is central in the shot gun as the main or prime
initial threat. The unbalanced set of beefcake with Load lining up left of the
mountain with Hutch, Sully, and "H" completing the line left to right
is brilliant having the contain defensive ends split. Having AD lined up
on the right coming in motion to the left into the beef of unbalanced set once
again is brilliant.
What is missing are two vital components. Without TJack's arm &
mobility the vertical threat comes up no-sale! Why? Everyone knows
the Vikings first option is to run (1 yard gain). Integration of TJack as mobile
vertical threat is a viable option to make the Chili Go! Locating the Viper
as a rock
safely behind the beef on a flick looks good to me. The threat of a
Chelor pitch option right, with Harvin drawing-in the right contain may prove to
be devastating ... running where they ain't. Either you respect the Tank/Slash
or it's the house. Respect the Slash and the seam opens to Harvin. Both sides are instantaneously weak. If not, its
wide open on top. The tell will be disclosed as an obvious
pre-read. Use the Finger.
Either way, it's now on
film. Pass the Tums!
It's funny. His
threat, and the results achieved, have been inversely proportional to his actual
net yards gained. Whereas, his actual yards are proportional to the
reaction to that threat. Don't respect the threat and its to the
house. Could it be cool to the most frustrated devastating player in the
league? Being the first ... they call it innovation. Time and
patience will bear that out.
To impose ones will, a
"Zero Vertical" would pull Syd & BB in favor using EJ/AA flanking
speed demon de-cleater pops. Use only when foe is attired in brown
The Viking Ghost
Date: September 23, 2009