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Old 08-31-2010, 09:39 PM    (permalink
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ok this is a terrible idea. The way we teach our high school kids is to break down at about 2yds away with there hands back like there reaching for a gun in the holster then exploding them forward up there back grabbing cloth and driving with there inside foot splitting the ball carrier. We then teach them to place there facemask on the ball bc it keeps there head up and makes them drop there hips to drive through the ball carrier so if u remove the facemask this eliminates this teaching point making tackling worse.
My suggestion was more tongue-in-cheek than anything. You're preaching to the choir with "holster, punch" though, because that's the exact same way we taught our kids in form tackling drills haha.

You cannot deny, though, that guys would think twice before launch themselves face first at people if you took that cage protecting their face away.

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Old 09-01-2010, 01:39 AM    (permalink
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Is it a mentality issue? Is there somebody with true experience playing by today's modern pace who can explain the mechanics of ones thinking process when playing so fast?

Has the game- from a defensive standpoint- evolved from thinking to purely instinctive?
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Old 09-01-2010, 01:57 AM    (permalink
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it's also become such a speed game, that's its hard for a player to slow down, get the proper form, and wrap up.

nowadays most just go full speed and thrust their body at somebody and hope its enough to bring them down.
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Football players know how to make a proper form tackle but the game is so fast that they don't have time to do so. This is especially true for DBs (OP's target) because they have to break hard downhill to attack RBs or WRs going for catches. They also have to hit low and lunge at legs because they're too small to do otherwise.

There will be tons of whiffs and overrun plays but that comes with the territory. Speed is the only way to play.
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Idk, as the game speed gets faster their instincts also get better, there not slouches they know how to react quickly.

Where is that one video of Brandon Jacobs running right by one of the Cowboys cb, the cb runs up to him but doesn't even try to touch him.
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Where is that one video of Brandon Jacobs running right by one of the Cowboys cb, the cb runs up to him but doesn't even try to touch him.
Ah, yes. I think you mean this one. It was Derrick Ward, btw. Mike Jenkins' finest moment...

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Old 09-01-2010, 04:53 PM    (permalink
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These players should already know how to tackle. Their Pop Warner and HS coaches must be failing there.
Found the quote. Yeah Hurricanes.
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Ah, yes. I think you mean this one. It was Derrick Ward, btw. Mike Jenkins' finest moment...

P*ssy. He must have learned that one from Cromartie, Antonio.
And that wasn't even big Brandon Jacobs there he was afraid of.
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