Andy Benoit and Greg Cosell of the ‘Behind the Screen Podcast’ discuss what they like about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ defense and why Todd Bowles is the master of zone pressure. Listen to the entire podcast on Apple and Spotify.
Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb had 11 receptions for 143 yards against the vaunted New York Jets defense. Andy Benoit explains how the Cowboys’ offense schemed Lamb open early and often in Week 2.
Former Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano breaks down cornerback Julius Brents’ game, explaining how Brants fits into the Colts’ scheme. Pagano believes defensive coordinator Gus Bradley might have found his next big, dominant defensive back to build around — similar to Richard Sherman in Bradley’s famous “Legion of Boom” defense with the Seattle Seahawks.
The XFL will kick off a new season on Saturday for the spring football league. Dean Blandino, head of officiating and rules innovation for the XFL, breaks down all the rules and concepts, both new and old, and discusses which ones the NFL could potentially adopt.
Marc Trestman discusses the Kansas City Chiefs‘ resourcefulness and ingenuity with Jade McCarthy, breaking down a play the Chiefs ran in Super Bowl LVII that hadn’t been used in the NFL in nearly 30 years.
The Kansas City Chiefs have been using a simple concept to beat teams all season. Matt Cassel breaks down how the Chiefs use that concept, the sail route, to get the most out of their superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
What a difference a year makes. This timeless phrase only applies to one of the two Super Bowl LVII teams and one of the game’s quarterbacks. While Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are right where they’re supposed to be, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles are better than expected. They went from a […]
The Philadelphia Eagles are going to be a handful in Super Bowl LVII. Robert Smith highlights four unique plays from the NFC Championship game to show why the Kansas City Chiefs have their work cut out for them against the Eagles’ RPO attack.
I don’t love the term “legacy” for players and coaches who are in the midst of their careers. I picture the looks on their faces throughout the years when someone asks them about their legacy. Even though it’s often brought up in good spirits and at a winning moment, it changes the air quickly, and […]
Patrick Mahomes played Sunday’s AFC Championship with one healthy ankle, but it didn’t stop him from making the impressive throws he’s known for. Chase Daniel explains why a combination of good play design, perfect alignment and great execution by Mahomes led to a Marquez Valdes-Scantling touchdown that helped the Chiefs beat the Cincinnati Bengals and […]