- Apr 7, 2013
Not at all, except maybe to yell a warning to someone else.Is that really Jaylon's fault?
LVE might have chucked Zeke off his pattern, and I don't know what the Hell 32 is doing. He comes running full towards the LOS and then gets turned around back upfield after who knows.
If I had to assign blame, it's either 32 or a specific bad call by the DC. 32 seems to get confused about who's covering Zeke and who's sticking with Pollard.
LVE is plainly tracking Pollard, but Zeke cuts unimpeded right past him and uses him as natural cover from overcommitting 32 who has no angle back.
Seems like the defense lacks a way of communicating that gaping hole in coverage.
Smith with his body language only looks guilty here