[Podcast] Trend Day Week 12 - Drop 8 and defeating it, QB Run Game, 3 Man Pressure

By Keith Grabowski | Posted 11/7/2019

On today’s Coach and Coordinator podcast, host Keith Grabowski is joined by Charlie Coiner, former NFL coach and founder of FirstDown PlayBook, and Zach Dunn, content coordinator at USA Football, to continue the “Trends-Day” series. The trio continues to analyze different plays and concepts throughout the collegiate and professional landscape, including defenses dropping eight as their base, in-game analytics, pressures and more.

1:40 Drop eight as a base and attacking it

10:55 Quarterback-run game

15:15 In-game analytics and going for one or two

24:40 Broncos three-man pressure

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