Post by coach8brown on Nov 13, 2010 10:55:20 GMT -5
You can follow the rules for buck sweep because if the DL line up in the A, B and C gaps your strongside still has angles on all of them. WB has the end, TE has the tackle, T has the N. PSG kicks out, center has the backside N, BSG pulls and seals outside the WB's block and the BST reaches the backside T.
I would think though that someone else might make stay calls against this defense because if you can seal the edge with the WB/TE they don't have a lot of defenders left in the LB or Secondary level to tackle you, so they'd take their chances with beating the defense outside rather than pulling and risking penetration by the defensive front. If this is the alignment you have in mind as far as the 6:2.