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By Alex Kozora
Breakdown of the play of Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Vince Williams against the New York Jets.
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1. 2nd and 1, 12:46 1st. Jets run Power O with Willie Colon pulling. Sheds the FB but gets pancaked by Colon.
2. 1st and 10, 12:14. Facing the Wildcat. All about gap control on these types of misdirection plays. Williams playing strongside “C” gap and the back cuts inside. But he helped forced the play inside to the flow.
3. 2nd and 9, 11:39. Nice job staying at home, not biting on the window dressing (end around, FB blocking away from run – picture to follow)
Colon chips the DE and works to the rookie, sealing him.
1. 1st and 10, 9:04 1st. Lead strong, Williams takes on the FB. Able to shed him and shows good hustle running the back down from behind after a ten yard pickup. Good individual play.
2. 1st and 10, 8:20. Bu...
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By Matthew Marczi
The more rookie Vince Williams plays, the more comfortable he appears. That is, of course, to be expected, but it is also good to see the development on tape. By no means is he free of errors, but those errors are most often of a physical nature, rather than a mental or schematic lapse.
Against the New York Jets, Williams made a pair of very nice plays that show...
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By Alex Kozora
Breakdown of all defensive snaps from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward against the New York Jets.
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1. 1st and 10, 13:21 1st. Started game at LE with the team in dime. Base blocked by the guard. Zone read with Geno Smith running away from Heyward.
2. 2nd and 1, 12...
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