Author Topic: Best of Snacks: Breaking Down Some Outstanding Plays From All-Pro Damon Harrison  (Read 440 times)

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I'm not much interested in the draft or free agency, but I enjoy reading the insights from everyone here who does follow them closely. I do however, love breaking down the game film. I thought I'd throw up some breakdowns of plays by my newly minted favorite Giant: Damon "Snacks" Harrison, to try to entertain myself and maybe some of you guys this offseason.

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Play #1: First play of the season in Dallas.









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Play #2: 2nd Quarter week one in Dallas.










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Mr. Matt great post.  BBH is a better place with you around.

Snacks is simply the best at his position.

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The play started with recognizing the RG pull that negated his double team as the Center now has to pick up Hankins. Collins took the wrong initial step and exposed his outside shoulder. It's also an example of well executed team work by the Giants. Good breakdown, Matt. Where are you getting the photography from?


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Yea outstanding illustrations here. 👍

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UConn: Thanks man. I am amazed by so many things I see from Harrison.

Ed: Snacks' center-of-gravity seems to be so low, and his punch into OLs bodies so powerful at the snap that, if he reads the play properly at the snap, he virtually always gains the advantage one-on-one.

I use the Windows' snipping tool to capture screenshots from the NFL Gamepass "coaches film," then add the illustrations with Paint. Semi low-tech.

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Ed:

I use the Windows' snipping tool to capture screenshots from the NFL Gamepass "coaches film," then add the illustrations with Paint. Semi low-tech.

Let's credit them then. 
"There is a greater purpose...that purpose is team. Winning, losing, playing hard, playing well, doing it for each other, winning the right way, winning the right way is a very important thing to me... Championships are won by teams who love one another, who respect one another, and play for and support one another."
~ Coach Tom Coughlin

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Let's credit them then.

OK. Is there something else I should be doing other than leaving the NFL logo in the bottom right corner?

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Week 3 v. Washington:










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This is very well done!
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Week 7 v. the Rams in London:










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Matt: All of this (including the technical work) is first-rate stuff.  Thanks very much for taking the time to do it. Bob

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Thanks Bob. I enjoy doing it and wanted to share it with you guys.

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Matt,  Outstanding insight and knowledge of the "game inside the game".  We appreciate all your hard work!

Do you take requests for film breakdowns?  If so, I'd love to see the best of Landon Collins.

Thx...Cid
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