In this episode of MQ Chess Match, Coach A. takes a look at the second matchup in ’19 between the Seahawks and the Rams. In this particular game, the Rams were able to accumulate 5 sacks on the night. Coach A. goes through the sack tape and breaks down how each sack was created. Best practices in pressure fronts were definitely used by the Rams. It also helps to have a dominant presence in Aaron Donald.
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For more on passing down fronts, check out these articles:
- Attacking 3rd Down With Multiple Fronts
- Sacking the Longhorns – OU vs Texas (2019)
- Simulated Pressures from a “Positionless” Defense (Texas – Sugar Bowl ’19)
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