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Jags Vs Pitt: Part VI. 


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4th Quarter.


1st and 10 at the 48, Pitt came out in a 2-TE I. Jags matched up in a 4-3 with two Safeties up like LBs. It looked like they were in a 4-5. Bell took three big hits to fall forward for six. 2nd and 4, Pitt went I. Jags matched up in a 4-3, with five guys on the line, and one safety in the box. Then a second safety jumped up into the box. You'd think the Jags were down and Pitt was trying to burn off the clock. Pitt ran Bell off tackle. The Jags swarmed the edge with six defenders in front of Bell. He tried to cut back, as the defense over pursued. They play with zero gap control. Bell made the big DT miss him, and got to the LOS. He fell forward, and almost spun for the First.

3rd and 1, Pitt lined up in a stacked up Singleback. Jags meandered into a standing up 4-3 with two DBs in the box. The DT Jones broke the ORT down into the line, and crushed the hole. Campbell got to him and took him down. It looked like a little short.

4th and half a yard, Pitt lined up in a 3-Wide stacked Singleback. The Jags had all four DLs inside the Tackles. All three LBs were within four yards of the LOS, and they had two Safeties within a few yards of the LOS as well. Pitt ran play action, but the Jags only sent five. Roethlisberger unleashed a missile at Smith-Schuster, but Buoye broke it up.

1st and 10, the Jags came out in a Twin-TE-Right Singleback: 2 for 3 pass. Which is why the Singleback is so difficult to defend, because you can run and pass with equal efficiency. They are going to equal up the run-pass ratio here. They ran a dive to Fournette, and finally started acting like they wanted to grind out the win. He got hit by three guys short. 2nd and 8, Jags stayed Singleback. Twin-TE-R Singleback. They like to go back and forth, and will pass here. Bortles dropped. He threw a terrible deep pass over everyone to stop the clock.

3rd and 8, now they are forced to pass. They lined up in a confused 3-Wide Weak shotgun, which they will pass from. Now they could also stop the clock again. Bortles hit Lee short. But he made one guy miss, crossed midfield, and kept the clock running.

1st and 10, Jags went Twin-TE-R I. I'm going out on a limp here and saying this is a run. They friggin' run play action, like they are down seven. Bortles wanted to go deep, and even tilted his shoulders back. He sent it 45-yards downfield at some guy named Keelan Cole. He friggin' caught the ball. Good golly Miss Molly! She sure likes to ball.

Jags came out on 1st and Goal at the Three, in a Bunch-R Singleback: 2 for 4 Run. They love to run when they have a bunch on either side. They slam Fournette into the line. He dived forward for the TD. Jags-35. Pitt-21.

Pitt lined up in a tight Weak formation. The Jags matched up in a 4-4, with five guys on the line. Jags send five as Roethlisberger ran play action. He had time, and threw deep to Brown at midfield. Ramsey had the angle on him, and escorted him out of bounds.

1st and 10, Empty. Jags went soft. They lined up in a 4-3, but the three LBs were all 10-yards off the LOS. Roethlisberger threw quickly to the TE. Smith hit him quick. 2nd and 5, Pitt went 3-Wide Strong shotgun. Jags stayed 4-3 with their LBs backing way off. They sent four. Roethlisberger threw it to the big DT Jones, but he couldn't catch it.

3rd and 5, Pitt lined up in a Trips-right Weak shotgun. The Jags went 4-3 with one LB moving up to the line. But then he dropped, and covered the TE. Roethlisberger had to flee the pocket, and Ngakoue hit him as he threw. The ball fell between to defenders.

4th and 5, Pitt lined up in a 4-Wide Weak shotgun, trips right. Jags D-line overloaded the left side of the Steelers line with three guys, and three LBs stayed behind the magic yellow line. They sent four. One guy hit Roethlisberger. He had to flee forward, and threw an impossible bomb to Brown, who was being hugged by Buoye. He snagged it for the impossible TD. Jags-35. Pitt-27.

Jags came out in a Twin-WR-R I: 1 for 1 Pass. They will continue to go every other, so it will be a run. They faked the end around, and gave it to Fournette underneath. The second pattern I spotted was that they like to go run-pass-run pass from the same formation, and switch it almost every time.

2nd and 8, the Jags went Tight Singleback: 2 for 3 Pass, and they haven't been the same since Fournette sprained his ankle. This should be a run to even it up at run-pass 2-2. They ran a dive again. Yeldon had to hop to the left and dive forward.

3rd and 5, Jags went 4-Wide Weak shotgun. They really don't go 4-Wide very often. Bortles tried to go deep, but then had to turn and dump it off to Yeldon sneaking outside. He was uncovered and ran past the Pitt DBs for 40.

1st and 10, Jags lined up in a 2-Wide Twin-TE-R Strong shotgun. They ran a draw. Yeldon got about five, and then got cracked down. 2nd and 5, Bunch-R Singleback, and you know how they like to run in Bunched up formations. Fournette lowered his head for very little. 3rd and 4, Jags lined up in a Double Stacked 4-Wide Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 pass. They should run here to even it out. But Bortles dropped for some reason. He threw for the first. So look for the 3-Wide Weak Shotgun to be a passing formation on Sunday.

1st and 10, Jags went Twin-TE-R I: 1 for 2 Pass. This is a run. Fournette went up the gut for two. 2nd and 8, Twin-TE-R I: 2 for 3 Pass. They should even it out here. Nope. Every time I think I have a handle on them, they fool me. This is a passing formation for them. They run play action. Bortles lofted it over the entire Pitt-D to the FB Bohanon for the TD. Jags-42. Pitt-28.

1st and 10, Pitt came out in a 3-Wide Weak shotgun. Jags stayed 4-3 with no Safeties in the box. Roethlisberger threw a rocket to nowhere. 2nd and 10, Same-same. Jags got pressure outside, and Roethlisberger went deep again. Bouye  knocked the pass down.

3rd and 10, Empty. The Jags crowded the line in a 3-3 Nickel, and sent five. The Safety looped around untouched and should have sacked Roethlisberger. But he was able to flicked it behind him to MacDonald who was blocking. He ran for the First.

1st and 10, Pitt went 4-Wide weak shotgun. Jags matched up in a 4-2 Nickel, with two DBs in front of the bunch on the left. Roethlisberger hit Juju over the middle. But Church ripped it out, and the ball bounced down field.

2nd and 10, Pitt bunched up the right side of the 4-Wide Weak shotgun. The Jags went 4-2 Nickel with the two LBs crowding the line. One LB backed off. The LB shadowed Bell, who stayed in to block, blitzed. Roethlisberger hit McDonald in the hands and the ball bounced off like it hit a brick.

3rd and 10, Pitt lined up 3-Wide Weak. The Jags match up in a 3-3 Nickel with the Ngakoue standing up. But sent four. They tried to set up the screen, but it was overwhelmed by the LBs. So Roethlisberger ran out of the pocket. He faked the lateral back to Bell to trick the safety, and kept it to ran over midfield.

1st and 10, Pitt lined up in a 4-Wide Weak shotgun, Trips-R. Jags matched up in a 4-2 with a safety in the box, giving it a 4-3 look. Jags got pressure. Then Roethlisberger went deep to Bryant, and Wilson leaped over the WR's shoulder and knock the ball down.

2nd and 10, Same-same. The Jags sent four. Roethlisberger hit Bell outside. He made a few guys miss, and ran past the 25. 1st and 10 at the 23, Pitt came out in a 3-Wide weak shotgun. The Jags went 4-2 Nickel. Roethlisberger hit MacDonald crossing short. 

2nd and 5, Pitt in a 4-Wide Weak, Trips-R shotgun. Jags stayed 4-2, with DBs all over the box. Roethlisberger threw to Brown, and Ramsey should have pulled in the INT. 3rd and 5, Empty. Jags went 4-2, with two DEs standing up. Roethlisberger dumped it off to McDonald, he ran for the First.

1st and Goal from the 9, 4-Wide Strong shotgun. The Jags went 4-2 Nickel with two safeties in the Box. Roethlisberger had to take off. He got a few yards past the LOS, and then threw the ball backwards to Bell. He caught it and ran in for the big touchdown. Jags-42. Pitt-35.

Then Pitt ended the game with an onside kick. The Jags were smart enough to run the clock into field goal range. The Jags kicked the field goal to go up 10. 45-35. The Jags D slowed Pitt down enough in the Prevent to end the game at 45-42.

4th Quarter:

Twin-TE-R Singleback: 1 for 2 Pass

3-Wide Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 Pass

Twin-TE-R I: 2 for 3 Pass

Bunch-R Singleback: 3 for 5 Run

Twin-WR-R I: 1 for 1 Run

Tight Singleback: 1 for 1 Run

4-Wide Weak Shotgun: 2 for 2 Pass

2-Wide Twin-TE-R Strong Shotgun

2-Wide Twin-TE-R Strong Shotgun: 1 for 1 Run

Entire Game:

I-formation: 2 for 2 Run

Motion 2-TE-I: 1 for 1 run

3-TE I: 1 for 2 Pass

3-TE-R I: 1 for 1 Run

3-TE Singleback: 1 for 1 Pass

2-TE-I: 1 for 1 Run

Twin-Twin I: 1 for 1 Run

Twin-WR-L I: 1 for 1 Run

Twin-WR-R I: 1 for 1 Pass

Twin-TE-L I: 2 for 2 Run

Twin-TE-R I: 3 for 4 Pass

Twin-TE-R Singleback: 3 for 5 Pass

Tight Singleback: 2 for 4 Pass

Tight-WR Singleback: 1 for 1 Pass

Bunch-Left Singleback: 1 for 1 Run

Bunch-R Singleback: 3 for 5 Run

Bunch-Left Strong shotgun: 1 for 1 Run

Bunch-Left Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 Pass

Double Stacked 4-Wide Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 pass

2-Wide Strong shotgun: 2 for 2 Run

3-Wide Weak shotgun: 4 for 5 Pass

Trips-R Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 Pass

4-Wide Bunch-R Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 Pass

4-Wide Trips-R Weak shotgun: 2 for 2 Pass

Trips-Left 4-Wide Weak shotgun: 1 for 1 Pass

Weak: 1 for 2 Pass

4-Wide Weak Shotgun: 2 for 2 Pass

2-Wide Twin-TE-R Strong Shotgun; 1 for 1 Run


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