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49ers Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio on violating offensive protections.
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Welcome coach speak right you buy Pizza -- make a great on this week's public wanna one defensive coordinator for Super Bowl bound. San Francisco 49ers Vick and TO talks about how he isolates in particular certain rushes to violate protection. -- picked you guys are so good at isolating your defense. Specific protection -- -- do you -- just basic six man out protection brilliantly grounds that everybody in college football whatever. But let's say it's it's a team that's gonna go August either re released New York. Fall back to the weak side and there and had to read the -- 12. Through this is -- basics six man protections. You show me defense -- way of the team's sale first and second unit this is what they wanna run what you might do it and he better give them. Well. Do here is if you're 34 defense is the line up your guys in your odd front. We -- two inside backers here. Your outside backers there. The guys got the tough job here for the offenses to guard he's got some inside backer he comes here and coming are going at the Sam linebacker. So it can try and put a little decision in this guy's mind my -- and up bottom timing is on an -- -- up -- take a stab at them. The way ham and hopefully this guy has enough speed to -- -- this card before he duels out this guy can get out. And do his pass responsibility hopefully before. This guard can get out to the Sam linebacker. If he does it out there may not -- in the greatest position to get them blocked by some good pressure to the quarterback. If you have a team and let's see you isolated them and and this is to use our example a basic protection for them. In a typical game plan how many different types of pressure might you have any weekly game plan to take advantage of a particular approach. A protection. I was could be several. You know -- depending upon how often they use it how many passes you're anticipating that game what type of game might be. So there could be 12 could be three or four. You know and then the next way to -- here against the same protection here. And we just brought the wind but now. You can. Getting your guys in here. Now draw these guys backed up in here. And you know bring this guy in here. Him here now -- guard and tackle and block these two guys either. Pass them off or ran it up. Now he's going to be free and make sure these guys you know test them on their hot now until you freeway on the hot is somewhere in here and flair on and you haven't drawn up. And then you know going along with that in the zone blitz skiing you can now. Drop this guy over here. Post them and he comes and plays that hook -- Dropped him here and this safety comes down plays this curl flat they're playing three deep behind it. With the other safety in the two corners. So now this is you know foreigners three deep defense which is pretty even -- and everybody plays but it's been played a different way. Within those drop and and and this would be referred to a people talk about media trap zone -- and there you didn't expect him to be here right like we saw in in the playoffs were all of a sudden. BJ raji and their pick off the back or came from somewhere in there and it -- the quarterback you know the -- it doesn't see it seizes tag line here this guy come across the law. Think -- hasn't voided area and all of a sudden got some big body right there. Tosses -- right to Felger of coach speak front you buy Pizza -- make great.