Author Topic: Best of Snacks: Breaking Down Some Outstanding Plays From All-Pro Damon Harrison  (Read 972 times)

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Love it!

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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.

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Sure Cid, I'll do my best. I can't promise it will be soon, but it's a long offseason and Collins has a lot of highlights to choose from this past season.

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in the words of Austin Powers..."Yeah baby!"

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Week Ten Monday night game vs. Cincinnati:










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From the week 14 Monday Night victory over Dallas:










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Great quickness by Snacks. Maybe it was a bad read also by Elliott not to go off the right side Double Team and that huge hole between the RT and TE with one defender to beat.


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I doubt Elliot expected Snacks to blow through the oline like that. I also don't blame Elliot for his read as it was likely easier beating Snacks than trying to blow by a LB in the phone booth position.

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Great quickness by Snacks. Maybe it was a bad read also by Elliott not to go off the right side Double Team and that huge hole between the RT and TE with one defender to beat.


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It all happened very fast Ed, it was like two-second play.

Also, maybe I should have included the wider view, because if he could've gotten to that weakside hole, there was a lot of room.

You can see Hankins beating his man too, though. DTs are really asked to do a lot in the Giants' scheme and those two guys were extraordinary together. I'm glad they got Tomlinson, he has big shoes to fill.
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It all happened very fast Ed, it was like two-second play.

Also, maybe I should have included the wider view, because if he could've gotten to that weakside hole, there was a lot of room.

You can see Hankins beating his man too, though. DTs are really asked to do a lot in the Giants' scheme and those two guys were extraordinary together. I'm glad they got Tomlinson, he has big shoes to fill.
Yes. I saw the room. And yes, very big shoes to fill because teams are going to be testing that 3T.


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From week 15 v. Detroit, one of my favorite plays of the season: