Chase Daniel breaks down Dak Prescott’s pocket awareness and how it will play a factor in Sunday night’s Divisional matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott‘s penchant for throwing interceptions in the second half of the season has former NFL MVP Rich Gannon worried about the Cowboys going into their Wild Card matchup against the Buccaneers.
Former NFL MVP Rich Gannon highlights two examples from Buffalo’s Week 18 win against the Patriots to show why Josh Allen throws one of the best deep balls in the NFL.
Mitchell Schwartz thinks that the merry-go-round/snow globe huddle the Chiefs called is the perfect way to keep a team loose during the week and they definitely are not missing a beat on the fun.
Although Dak Prescott has thrown interceptions at a high rate this season, Prescott is also playing much better than he gets credit for. For proof, Chase Daniel breaks down Prescott’s fourth quarter touchdown pass to Dalton Schultz that helped secure a win for the Dallas Cowboys on in Week 17.
Minnesota Vikings’ wide receiver KJ Osborn breaks down three crucial plays in the Vikings’ 33-point comeback vs. the Indianapolis Colts. Osborn’s career day did more than fill the stat sheet, it changed the game.
Even drawing another matchup against a team’s top cornerback, Stefon Diggs continued to produce in Week 13. Diggs secured 92 yards and a touchdown on seven catches in the Bills’ win over New England Thursday night. Rich Gannon breaks down that TD catch by Diggs, and how his pristine route running gave him the edge […]
Robert Smith had a great view of the Denver Broncos’ Week 12 loss to the Carolina Panthers, serving as one of the FOX broadcast commentators. In the latest edition of The 33rd Team’s Now You Know film breakdown series, Smith looks at four of the Broncos’ plays against Carolina that show their complete dysfunction on […]
In the latest Now You Know film breakdown for The 33rd Team, Joe Thomas explains how Tom Brady’s 5-step drop from shotgun stressed his left tackle and led to a crucial sack on third down. Cleveland got the ball back, tied the game, and eventually won in OT.
The Tennessee Titans’ Thursday night win over the Green Bay Packers featured a memorable trick-play touchdown where running back Derrick Henry threw a jump pass near the goal line. Chuck Pagano explains why it was the player who caught that pass, tight end Austin Hooper, who should receive much of the credit.