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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
By Alex Kozora
Snap-by-snap breakdown of the newest Pittsburgh Steeler left tackle Levi Brown (#75) in his last game with the Arizona Cardinals versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Run Block/Pass Block: 0/3
1. 1st and 10, 15:00 1st. Pass. RB chips to his side. Looks a bit stiff but play ends quickly with DT on right side busting in for the sack.
2. 2nd and 18, 14:27. Swing pass to Rashard Mendenhall. Lunges briefly but gets long arms extended and pushed the RE up the arc.
3rd. 3rd and 18, 14:23. Doesn’t get good first punch and knocked off balance but able to recover. Ball again comes out quick on middle screen.
1. 1st and 10, 10:29 1st. Attempted cut block on pass to right side that fails. Can’t cut end.
2. 2nd and 6, 9:59. Another short pass, this time a curl. Seems to absorb Adrian Clayborn’s bull rush well.
3. 1st and 10, 9:27. Works to second level immediately. Uses fr...
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