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We usually lined up in 11 (1RB, 1TE) personnel, but also threw in a few heavier formations throughout the game. In the first drive we came out in 12 (1 RB, 2 TE) personnel:
with a WR split out wide to either side. The Browns dropped a safety into the box and played Cover 3–meaning the 2 cornerbacks and 1 free safety (off the screen) played deep coverage. Cousins attacked this by throwing quick 3 step drops to Garcon and Desean on the outside. On 3 back to back plays it picked him up 9, 3(first down), and 5 yards.
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Note: A brief overview of our ‘Nickel’ and ‘3-4’ formations can be found here
Cleveland started the game in 11 (1RB, 1TE) personnel and we responded with our Nickel package which had Compton lined up to the passing strength (2 WR side):
When the Browns brought in a fullback or extra tight end we responded with our 3-4:
Notice Compton is away from the passing strength and is lined up over the guard and tackle. The thicker and stouter Foster (aka Rumble) is lined up over the ‘A’ gap in between the center and guard.
We got a little whacky with our 3-4 alignment on this play as we slid Baker over to defensive end. We stood up Preston Smith, moved him around and then sent him blitzin’:
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