Found October 18, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Below is the week 6 offensive line breakdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers game against the Tennessee Titans. It's amazing how much better you can see the offensive line play via the All-22 view. The first few times through the regular game tape I don't focus too tightly in on the offensive line because I am looking at defenses and individual schematics of plays mostly. In short, the view of what went right and what went wrong on plays. My initial reaction in those views of the offensive line was that overall it played poorly, but once I watched the All-22 twice to grade the offensive line play, Read more [...]
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