http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/11/24/36 ... ed-part-iv
With the ZBS, it's a totally different story.
The first step that every O-Line takes in pass protection is actually flat and not angled:
The 27 yard screen pass to Lynch on 2nd and 15.
http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/11/14/36 ... creen-pass
The one thing I didn't originally notice about this play though is the excellent head and pump fake that Russell Wilson managed to execute, moving the safety to the playside all the way over to the wrong side of the field.
And the TD to Sidney Rice thrown by Russell Wilson.
http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/11/15/36 ... fun-profit
The high safety (37) is now on an island and Russell Wilson does his job. This is the definition of "looking-off-safety". Wilson's entire upper body, head-to-hips, is pointed directly at 37. His lower body, conveniently hidden from view, is setup to throw to the intended target.
http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/11/16/36 ... -huge-game
"[Afterwords], coach was like, 'man, how did you remember that?' and I was like, 'well, you told me to play it like that!'
http://www.fieldgulls.com/2012/11/15/36 ... hawn-lynch
I mentioned in the last article that Cable prefers running Wide Zone plays versus Tight Zone plays, but then again my last article was in the offseason and there's no doubt that with another year of experience, the playbook opened up.
Another one to come soon on this play. I think I'll just post it in this thread as well.