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Brian Billick talks with Raheem Morris and more.
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And now it's time for lunch can benefit. This -- -- coach Steve presented by the GMC never say never moment of the week Rahim Moore has dealt with just how good the pac. Really all we had -- nation's capital would take the field with a Redskins. Law school -- -- this week's never say never moment nominee. All Lattimore will be presented by the GMC never say never over until the. Welcome to coach speak that but GMC never say never moment of the week coming up Kyle Shanahan. Houses -- get off press coverage. We revealed this week's never say never moment of the week nominee I'll explain the wide -- defense. And want to feel we're sure his tough road to the NFL right now let's welcome in bucks. Coach Raheem Morris. That you'll Ryder Becker yeah you get older. And let's listen when you Williamsport 60 there's no like -- right that's right estimate Stewart -- Europe Skinner brought her like it that -- had that her debut here today. -- my -- my yeah that's right now you play a little off the -- -- normal well I tell you why you did it at -- why you have that that priority at nine your lap that makes life a whole lot easier and keep your priorities straight that that. Double that's great he's he's you know election when you were six and he's all right that right but that I would tend to lose anymore she might turn on you as well as the the -- but left -- that was there. -- right I'll love it I love it. Not coach again a -- watch I've I've really watched hard to wade watching your team play last week obviously you're struggled through some things. But to going to -- now we're talking about some your decision. Go 14 on the two point early in the fourth quarter the on -- not so much about what's right or wrong obviously anybody can go through that. Talk about how you -- ride -- those decisions might get vision kind of made those -- probably during the week. Not just on Sunday. They're greatness is early -- a week you know gonna go played a chance you got to be aggressive. I got to make aggressive decisions in order to steal possessions -- -- get out there have a couple of onside kicks hopefully get a couple interceptions from the yet I don't know what all year. I'll just try to find a way to still possessions and onside kicks. I haven't ability go four for two right there a time try to game out. And our clippings and what we do want to be pretty aggressive on both offense special teams and defense and aware of excuse those things that those things went our way a little bit. Maybe a result could have been a bit different. And I always felt it was important when you arrive at those -- -- -- you kinda get your team ready Fortson and not caught off guard whether it works or doesn't work that's not the point the fact that they know there was some thought put into those decisions. There's no doubt about it nobody in a football team was shocked yesterday and keep onside kicks than what it was shocking compared to go -- -- afford to go for two point plays. I'm these guys came out on the had the mentality in their minds from Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday preparation points and out there ready to go. I think he showed also a little bit of a template as I look at the Green Bay packer team and obviously at ten and knowing they're going towards the sixteen and -- but he wants to know how to beat the Packers right. Showed a little bit of the formula Indy did to Aaron Rodgers you've got to do with the Ford five man rush archer. There's no doubt about it and got to find ways to get some what different people different linebackers you know secondary members getting to get. Got -- look question he's mobile we can move around our target downfield. -- he's a fearless competitor and I wanted to guys to look happy when you show he's on a mark marvelous job for those guys and you stuff to deal with but. You know we we if we formed the template for anybody. Good for them bullet he thought the deal with. I was also impressed Josh Freeman obviously has struggled a little bit earlier in the season started out that way but as is typical Josh. Kind of rebound during the course of the game talk about that mental toughness on the road at Lambeau Field playing a team like Green Bay and rebounding that way. You know we -- played his best game probably yesterday came through balls actually going off season. He has the ability to play in big games he's tough he's big he's physical he's a competitor and he's our leader and it is no question about that. And we all believe in and so -- -- Eagles don't look at struggles throughout their early part of the season. Don't believe it is going find a way down the stretch here on -- back in position to be competitive again. Handicap if you well what kind of bring you over to that the media side a little bit you play Detroit played Green -- Green Bay now. The biggest obstacles for Green Bay left for Detroit in new York and you see where they may be I did beat along the way. You know Detroit attempting to replace those guys early in the season and they got that monster out there -- I think there's problem out there and Calvin Johnson's gonna do that you know in the -- in New York but it's tough game they gonna run the football and and his powerful things that are there to deal with so. I'm you know Green Bay -- -- that's tough games in look for the rest of the game to be very competitive. Coach you take care that little girl that takes some time do enjoy yourself and under you're gonna get back to game plan next public statement time. A little mental mental -- -- more hours she's going to be in the mean and I'll be back to game -- you put it that you are good -- Think he gets. If you're white -- can't get off press coverage -- not going to make big plays for you downfield. We met up with the Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan to show us how he teaches his wide outs to get off press and make the big play. -- without Kyle Shanahan the offensive coordinator quarterback coach -- -- -- Redskins coach start as receiver coaches we know. The toughest transition for young receivers into the NFL is getting off press let's talk will be about some of the things you're teaching. Young receivers to get off press coverage. Are well there's two things made me got to pay attention or lower half an opera. And press coverage. Anybody this levels athletics that mean they can juke guy making guys -- but. Sometimes you make the best move may think I fall in the doesn't help the -- takes too long you got -- we we like to take a point about five yards deep. I'm about two yards outside of where this guy is we wanna get to that point as fast as we can't. Pakistani DB you're you're -- your first thing with a lower half we want our legs and apparel go to one or two ago. If a guy just goes like this. I can only go one way as a receiver I can't cut off this clinically cut out this close like cut here and go to what we wanted to do was going to drop the depth and go like this to get parallel. Now they do now we can react up the DB you know using your your feet so I bring this but here he is it does that covering this -- here he does that. And again he was way opens his -- and you want me right and I guess he was where your press C goes like that I'm gonna go inside like this. You get parallel right here and he turns other way than you can go outside so you're not guessing okay you react and have. And in order to do that that's the most important part the lower half to have the athletic ability that you can't give parallel and cut off each like. The second part in doing that -- upper half. If you're gonna it because you're not gonna kill a guy doing that you're gonna get an edge and then once you get an edge -- receivers gotta go with -- his upper body. I -- that guy can't hit a chest I don't really -- -- -- an awful -- and how we really in the -- I don't believe in this wind and it opens -- the -- I just wanna get as I treat it like boxing. If you're gonna go -- in the chest and I box like this you can hidden in their -- all you want but in my chest. That that that comes off without pushing me in the -- -- -- wanna get ads and I want to go through the guys. Through the guys so we can get vertical and that's why you have to deal would go like this to -- people when you like this they hit a -- And -- in this way I don't care if you have muscled. To -- -- just don't in my chest and that's how I get vertical cycle like this and then I'm on top the guy and you give me your hip and then you're good to go that's where you want. Time now this week's GMC never say never moment of the week nominees with three and six record and -- quarterback Michael Vick sideline. Philadelphia Eagles desperately needed to win against the NFC east rival New York Giants to keep their playoff hopes alive. With the score tied in the fourth quarter Vince Young directed an eighteen play eighty yard drive that culminated. An eight yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Riley Cooper for the win. Our second nominee is Tim Tebow. Trailing thirteen ten -- heavily favored New York Jets having punted on their previous eight possessions. Broncos got the ball -- five yard line with 554 remaining in the game. Tebow refused plus he's surrender and led Denver on -- 95 yard drive capped off a twenty yard run for the winning score. To check out the third never say never moment of the week nominee he would vote for your favorite goes -- GMT dot com slash never saying that they're. British talking about the wide and I defense would have to draw we hear exactly what it is everybody's wondering what's this -- that we keep talking about it first we're talking about this technique is the alignment. When you talk about that up on in this instance is tight end. Inside and I -- technique. Isn't sidelined. Head up. Is called and you don't lineman you don't hear that term to walk them. And outside shoulder of the tied it is not exactly so it only stands to reason that afforded taken and eight wide he just received Detroit. We see it though don't you see Tennessee this wide and it's called a lot and I defense know what -- do well one of the reasons it's a great pass rush alignment for the yanks. He's got a wide alignment that allows him to take it straight shot quarterback. Then eight yard aiming point Dixon -- they call you tend to see these -- are shooting -- for the truth of the yard depth of the quarterback. Well whether it's at tight end or tackle that has to set he asked to get extra depth and he's now put on an island. Because now that's why it's alignment he can bull -- -- he'd go inside to go outside. He can take any parent he wants to get back to this eight yard alignment it's very typical. Position of being your offensive line. That's great to pass rush but what about the running game. How to stop the run what was primarily designed according to Jim Schwartz because when they play didn't yeah Indianapolis Colts. They were getting killed with these bounds plays that went wide of the defense and as -- you can never ever let on offense outflank you work it to be out. Not so the wide ends also helped if forced to play inside here's what you have to act you have to act. Very good -- inside players Troy they've got that with the doctor -- Clearly these guys are athletic they can gobble up did you hear which could he right now well that's great we can dominate inside. We can't let you outside. That means workforce we're gonna run the ball the problem is someone's got to fill that gap you can see it right here by this -- linebacker has got a lot of area. Cover with these wide on line so he's gonna need some up. You got to do one of a couple things you got to bring a safety down in to help you create another one on one lineman with the gaps. Because any good defense -- you -- Yeah and here you got to be happy got C gap got the gap I need some help with this guys can be good why. To come in I can you do that with the secondary man. Or I can bring a linebackers. Or from this and bring the secondary -- -- here he also is gonna help with the alignment on the weak side. Don't quite as much because I don't have as many office people on his backside. So you've got all this going on here you've got pictures that different levels everybody's got to have the gap integrity whether it's linebackers whether it's safety otherwise this thing's gonna get gas. When it's working it's a thing of beauty he's got no place rob went you don't have the right people at the right place then you're just gonna do it yet. This should make it very clear what this. He deserves it. -- this week's Phillips ran -- wanna talk about the Oakland Raiders head coach few Jack and now he's got a heck of a job with the Raiders as they leave the AFC west. But they opened up the game against the Minnesota Vikings and and New Year's series with three personal foul. After the game hue Jackson. Granted saying basically I don't got to coach this I don't know what do personal foul is I don't know what path appearance is I don't know how to coach Mike team I don't know how to address. Well I got a problem with that because if you don't know who does. You've got to be able to get in front -- your players you don't wanna enabled them I know we all questions with this they hit with this illegal were taking that musicality out of the game but the rules are what they are you've got to be able to dinner -- your team and say look. I don't like it you don't like it. But this is the rules we have to play with then you look at the top defenses in the league they're playing within the rules we can't cost our team we can't cost to a fine. You've got to learn to deal with not in the quarterback and head. Not giving head to head contact and you can't grab a face mask as a player is going down he got to be very careful about enabling the players. By howling at the boot or crying in your beer that this is right were taken that musicality out of the game if you can't get corrected who can. Every coach's path -- NFL is different but one thing they all have in common is determination. Eagles defense of coordinator want to DO shares his story in this week's coach has done so. Think the person where we're young coaches to understand him. Things. You just is not about just moments and then somebody that you need to you know the way it is -- became an economical stuff into my. -- don't want them from having that. When and how we're gonna go to college and when I didn't want to see them every year before that five years. I never asked them when it never happened for one in the grass and hey -- -- for a job always -- and I always say that certain. And then when I go home -- Graham that are doing a really who have -- that is keeping the car. Could you only have so much money the person she's it's something I think what goes he goes that no money no -- in the car. You know during this time. And I it is if you want to that you wanted to get me -- guys that. When I went to visit schools we know what to visit those guys were -- so that I can come back and could tell my players. So they could be the best they could be in Texas -- that's there. Division whose school -- I have four out of line to play in an effort. Long played for six won't play for nine and two players -- team. -- just go to can't prepare to play in that division two school and people like to say well you know. Quote your recruited good god what happened everybody. That was in division I committee and we crucially they recruit who who was music to put all coaches. Com and a putter won't. In what I did I think. If you don't -- that Boston didn't have them teach and do things I learned from Monaco -- -- in the top college coaches. Now he'd vote them and I think to myself if I can go to these guys can get over the plate and I felt you know what did you give me the chance to -- I don't know if this week's episode of coach speak presented by the GMC never say never moment of the week. Make sure to tune in next Tuesday for another great show every week every -- -- --