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and 10 Pitt, they lined up in a Strong formation. The Pats matched up in a
3-4. Ben dropped. Hightower blitzed up the gut, and just got tripped up
before he hit Ben. Ben panicked out of the pocket and threw it into the
dirt at the FB's feet.
and 10, Pitt lined up in a Strong formation. The Pats matched up in a 4-3,
with a Chung in the Box. The Pats are all in on stopping Bell. Pitt ran.
The Pats front-seven was all over it. Sheard, Hightower, Branch,
Ninkovich, and Brown swallowed him up for nothing.
left the field apparently injured. "We have a lot of experienced
coaches so they just let us know that there's a different styled back
that's in the game," Flowers said about Bell taking himself out of
the game. "We had to adjust accordingly so he just reiterated to us
that there's a more downhill runner so you have to play a little more
aggressively and get off the block." Williams came in.
allowed the Pats to get a little more aggressive in the rush. "It can
make you more aggressive getting off the block and things like that,"
Flowers said. "We dealt with a downhill runner, a guy that's going to
see the hole and hit the hole and not really wait for you to make a
decision. You're just allowed to play a little more aggressive and more
physical through the gap. We just had to do the switch up during the
game." This was the second turning point in the game that Pitt just
changed everything for the Pats defense who was clearly keying on stopping
Bell first, because now Bell was stopped. "It wasn't a huge difference," Branch said.
"[Williams] is a little bit more downhill, but he's just as great of
a running back. His whole career has been awesome so we knew we would have
a long day if we didn't stay on our P's and Q's. The game plan pretty much
stayed the same. Just build a wall and not give him anywhere to run."
Now the Pats front seven could concentrate more on hitting Rapistburger.
and 10, Pitt in a 3-Wide Weak shotgun. Pats matched up in a 3-3 Nickel.
Ben threw to Rogers over the middle. He turned up field for Pitt's biggest play
of the game so far.
and 10, Pitt in a Singleback. The Pats matched up with six guys on the
line, Roberts was in at the Mike. They ran for very little. Williams was
stuffed by Flowers. Butler and Robert both got in great hits as well.
and 9, Pitt in a 3-Wide Weak Shotgun. Pats matched up in a 3-3 Nickel with
six guys on the line. Bell being out really did make the Pats a lot more
aggressive. Pitt checked. Pats get a good rush up the middle again, but
can't reach Ben. He threw to Rogers flying outside. Ryan shoved him out of
and 10, Pitt lined up in a 3-Wide Strong shotgun. The Pats matched up in a
3-3 Nickel with a Chung in the box. Ben dumped it off to Williams.
Ninkovich took him down.
and 4, Pitt in a 3-Wide Weak Shotgun. They ran Williams right up the gut, and he had
a great run. It was a draw, and the Pats D-line was to far up field. He
slashed through the line with very un-Bell-like aggressiveness. Chung just
missed him at the marker, and he burst into the secondary. McCourty just
tipped his leg, as Rowe tackled him from behind.
and 10, Pitt lined up in a 4-Wide weak shotgun. The Pats matched up in a
3-3, with Roberts in at the Mike. Ben Dropped. Brown threw the OLT to the
ground, and charged Ben. Ben threw it quick to Brown dragging short over
the middle. He was able to turn up field for the 1st.
and 10, Pitt lined up Empty. Pats in a 3-3 Nickel they sent five, and
can't hit Roethlisberger. He threw to Roger in the slot. 2nd and 2, Pitt
lined up in a bunched up Singleback. Pats in a 3-3 Nickel. They ran
Williams and he cut left for a First. Brown brought him down. And Flowers
is down on the ground with a boo-boo. But unlike Bell he came back in
later in the game.
and 10 at the 14, Pitt in a 4-Wide Weak Shotgun. Pats matched up in a 3-3
Nickel. Ben had time. As the pocket was pushed back into him, he dumped it
off to Williams. He got taken down fast. Butler hit him behind the line,
but couldn't bring him down. Hightower swooped in and took him down.
and 7 at the 11, Pitt lined up 3-Wide Singleback. Pats matched up in a 3-3
Nickel with five guys on the line. The Pats continue to rush right up the
middle. Ben finally dumped it off to the TE. Ryan jumped on his back, and
took him down just short of the marker.
and 1 just inside the five, Pitt lined up in a 3-Wide Singleback. They ran
for a TD. But they missed the extra point. This was a huge turning point
in the game. The Pats D just doesn't give up TDs. When you score a TD you
have to turn it into Seven. Missing the extra point gave the Pitt O two
field goals instead of a TD. If you cannot score TDs, and get the Sevens
on the board against the Pats-D, you cannot beat them (That will be the
key to the Falcons losing the Super Bowl:). Pats-10.
and 10, Pats lined up in a Singleback. Brady hit Bennett on a little
screen. "I can't really answer that question. I just know that here,
you have these goals all the time, individually. But here it was never
really individual goals that I set. From the moment I met my teammates, it
was all about us and what can we do to get where we're trying to go,"
Bennett said. "Everyone here believes. There wasn't a non-believer in
this room at any time about going to the Super Bowl or what our goal was
from the moment I got here in March or April. That rubs off on you. Iron
sharpens iron and attitude is contagious. A winning attitude is
contagious. I definitely got affected since I've been here. I've got the
winning disease right now and I'm enjoying this one. I don't need the
antidote." He made a guys miss with some quickness, and almost ran
for a First.
and 1, Pats lined up in an I. They ran Blount on a Dive. "Just the
tradition of winning," Blount said about he is happy to be here.
"Tradition of winning and having the opportunity to get to this
position every single year. We always give ourselves a chance to get to
this position every single year, but we've just got to stay consistent
with it and we've got to finish it off." He stumbled forward for a
and 10, Pats lined up in a bunched up Singleback. Brady ran two fakes, and
then threw to Hogan's wrong shoulder 20-yards downfield. He can't pull it
in. 2nd and 10, 3-Wide Weak shotgun, and Brady had to dump the ball in the
dirt. He was hit and then had to throw it down.
and 10, Empty. Brady had time and threw to Edelman on a rope for a long
First. "That and the combination of playing against a good football
team," Edelman said. "We had to make adjustments and keep on
playing and find something, and we were able to do that." He caught
it right over the middle, and was crushed by two guys.
and 10, Pats lined up in a Singleback. Brady threw a quick screen to
Hogan. "He played tremendous," Ryan said. "He plays with
such a high effort that he makes every corner expend a lot of energy on
every play, and every corner he's gone against I feel like he's done well.
That's something I've noticed from practice, and he also plays with so
much passion. When you cover a guy you have to match that passion and if
you don't he'll make you look bad." He fought forward for a few.
and 6, Singleback. They try to run Blount off tackle, but he got taken out
by Tuitt. The Pitt D-line was chewing up the Pats O-line.
and 8, 4-Wide Strong shotgun. Pitt got some pressure from the edge. Brady
stepped up in the pocket. He threw it to Hogan. "Just his hard work.
It helps that he played high school football in New Jersey like me, so
that's always a big help," McCourty said. "You know, I got to
train with him in March. And as soon as I started training with him, I
knew this guy was going to be a great receiver for us. He's going to
really produce and that's what he's done. He works hard at everything:
running routes in the offseason, lifting hard. It's been great just to be
around him and learn from him and his work ethic is unbelievable. So I'm
extremely happy for him." He was completely uncovered stranding at
the marker on the 48. He turned, and ran to the 34.
and 10, Pats lined up in a 3-Wide Singleback. Brady handed the ball off to
Dion, but he flicked it back to Brady. "Oh, the flea flicker. How
could I forget that? It was just a great call. They were a little winded I
thought. Got the pitch back from D-Lew, and I saw Hogs burning up the
field and just laid it out there for him. It was a great play," Brady
said, and then continued. "If it's in the plan, we practice it, some
weeks more than others. We ran one earlier in the year, against, I think
it was Baltimore, and it worked. I hit Hogan on that one too on a crossing
route. Those were well-executed plays. It's nice when you can take
advantage of some of those plays, nice to gain some chunks that way when
you kind of get some misdirection or double pass, flea flicker, something
like that. It's a big spark for the team. It was a great effort by our
team and a great win " It was a Flea flicker that stunned the Pitt
was in the slot. He slowed to a trot as he pretended to block the slot
corner. "He's been incredible. I mean, to lead the league in average
yards per catch is spectacular. He's made big plays for us all season, he
made big plays in the biggest game of the year for us," Brady said
about Hogan. "Julian, Malcolm, Danny, what they've done. And Mike
Floyd, what he's done in a short period of time. And Marty and Matt
Lengel. What Gronk contributed this year. What the guys up front did, D-Lew
and LeGarrette and James White and Dev, it's been really spectacular. We
should enjoy this. You never know if you'll get these opportunities in
life and fortunately this team has got the opportunity and now we've got
to do something, go try to take advantage." Then he took off across
was able to stand in the pocket for a second, and let Hogan cross. Then he
threw him a perfect floater to the Three. Hogan skipped untouched into the
Endzone. "I mean, the time is whenever you think that time is, and
that can change from obviously week to week, or by your personnel
depending on what the play is and so forth. I mean look, it's not the kind
of play you can run three or four times a game, so you know, you pick your
spots on it," BB said about the flea-flicker. "Part of those
plays are the timing of when they're called. Any play can be a bad play if
it's called at the wrong time, and a lot of plays can be good plays if
they're called at the right time. So some of it is timing.
a lot of it is execution, which had some difficult ball handling there and
timing and getting a certain sell to the defense, and then being able to
take advantage of that and so forth. It's not an easy play to execute but
it was very well done. That's an important key to it. Again, drawing a
play up on paper is one thing. Being able to go out and execute it at a
high level against a good defense is a whole other story, too. Give the
players credit for their execution and it was a great play call by
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