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Um, the Buffalo Bills offensive line.
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So first things first, Um, like I mentioned, we're gonna break down of the Buffalo Bills offensive line.
We're gonna take a look at some film.
I'm a breakdown Gap, responsibility, gap protection.
What it means for a guard to pull different things of that nature.
We're gonna go over the different hand movements and enhanced techniques as well.
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So first things first that we need to talk about it We need to get into Now that I've gotten this legal, all shared everything.
First thing first is the gap designs How the offensive line, uh, is how the office line is lined up.
Being designed now the way I like to break it out, as I like to work from the middle, then to the outside.
Okay, So the way that I like the the way I like the teacher compared to compared to a lot of other other coordinators and ****ysts.
Stuff like to start first with the center, and then I'm gonna work my way, you know, across.
So, of course I know what you guys have paid synched to the green boxes, All right? Not all the numbers and everything else like that.
Pages to the green boxes were lined up, and then we'll go into the to the blue triangles of the different gaps.
Okay, so first you need to understand is of course, you gotta have a center.
The center is the offensive piece that snaps the ball to the quarterback.
You see? You know, he's right there, you know, in the pocket.
Be that that zero.
What? You guys are sitting there in his control.
It any kind of He kind of controls the age gap planes.
All right, so he's gonna he's gonna go.
He's got control.
Control of good control.
Both both left side a gap and right side a gap.
All right, now, suit.
So, so two to the left.
To the right of him are gonna be guards.
All right, You're right.
Guard in your left guard.
They're gonna protecting everything between gaps A and B.
All right, so Gap, a is always gonna be is always gonna be between the center and the guard off either side.
All right? Of of the of the center of the offense of line.
So that's that's first things first.
Okay? And then on the sides of the guards are tackles.
All right, You got your left tackle and your right tackle.
You're tackles are gonna be protecting everything between between gaps, B and C.
All right, so they have everything.
Everything from from from gaps b and C, that's that's gonna be there blocking lanes, that's what we're looking to progress.
Whenever they're they're they're looking Thio get up into the second level of their blocks.
So on and so forth.
And then now, with this diagram, what you guys are seeing, you're seeing two tight ends on the on the outside.
Normally, what will happen is in most areas, you'll have one tight end.
Um, um, you'll have 11 sighting.
Uh, and then you may have, like, an extra in extra lineman on the other side.
Or, you know, maybe you go with the two titans, and now you got you got both guys blocking the just got, you know, to to receivers out.
Why, um you know, that's that's how that's how offense line is comprised.
Of course, the Titan is pretty much just a blocker on extra blocker alignment, if you will, that has the ability to come off the line and receive passes.
Okay, Um, so that's that's pretty much how that works.
And your tight ends your tight ends on the outside, they're gonna be you're gonna be containing everything, you know, on the outside.
Gaps, gaps, gaps.
DNC is where they're gonna be working.
So once again, let's just kind of go over in review offensive line.
Uh, the surprise of your center.
And then on the side of your center, you have your left guard and you're right guard on the sides of your guards.
You have left tackle, right tackle, and then on either side of them, you would have a typing or some sort of past catching blocker.
Maybe a fullback comes up in that scenario.
Uh, so on and so forth.
What's gain your center? He's, you know, protecting everything you know for for in the a gap.
Whatever's in farm.
That's usually gonna be his assignment.
Very, very rarely does he pull just because he has so many things that he has to do, um, you know, pre snap.
And it also including the snap, that usually just gonna be blocking whatever's right.
Right? The hell in front of him.
He's not a guy that kind of moves around ships around line.
We'll talk about line shifts here as we progress. Forward.
Um, once again, left guard.
He's got a and B gap safely with right? Right guard.
Um, left tackles B and C gap.
You know, for your left and right tackles typing C and D.
And also, they are their past catching eligible.
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So now we're what we're going to get into what we're gonna talk about now that we've kind of God through, you know, just just the basic stuff.
Let me explain to you guys what those gaps are you Probably what the hell is is what are these gaps? Gaps are spaces between between the splits of all.
Okay, the center guard, the center guard gap is a gap like I mentioned, um, guard tackle is the b gap tackle.
Tight ings are the Psi Gap and outside the Titans is the D gap.
The whole goal off line is super technical.
Those gaps to make sure that lining you cannot cannot push them.
Okay, Can I get cannot cannot get through to the quarterback? Um, it's pretty much any point for the running game.
It's gonna This is really useful for running backs to be ableto have blockers and be able to progress to the second level, third level of the field and, uh, and go out there and make big plays.
All right, so that's that's pretty much what with the gaps are just want to go back to that diagram one last time.
I want to go back to that one light sound. I want to show you guys something.
Imagine the triangles okay.
As defense of Lima now Of course, you know, you're not You're not gonna have that many defense line.
But that picture, you know, 3 to 4 guys down, they're lining up in between those gaps.
All right, That's why it's so important that we're that we're going over this today and today.
We're talking about Gap responsibility.
We're breaking, and we're using film.
One of the best teams in the league, Uh, at this at at protecting the gaps.
So on and so forth.
So I'm gonna get some film here.
We'll get some film.
I want to just show you guys something's here.
He's still take a look here as that as that guard is gonna is gonna pull.
All right, It happens.
Super, super quick.
Really? So a lot of this that that you're seeing is happening really quick.
The offensive line sometimes appearing on what what the play is and the direction of the running game.
Sometimes the running back is probably not going to How do I say the running backs? Probably not gonna let me see bucket enlarge these weirdo.
He's likely not.
Not to be the guy.
Hey, trying to see something here.
So so he's gonna be dictating a lot of a lot of lanes.
All right? Coach is gonna have something drawn up pre drawn up already for? For the running back? Yes.
So I try to see if I could expand that to see if I could rewind it.
I tried to see bike expanded so I could rewind it while he was ill.
Lovely started for you guys.
And we will take We would take couple looks there.
That's that's That was the play.
We're Singletary I got I got injured on that one.
I believe I want you guys to be taking a look at it.
Taking a look at is how the lanes open up and where the areas of opportunity are coming into play.
All right, so I want you guys pay attention.
I'm gonna restart this film.
Alright, Now watch number 73 just the way that they he's so aggressive coming up the upper field.
We're gonna go back.
We're just gonna look at that clip one more time.
Go go back. We're gonna look at that.
Just one more time.
We're gonna take it away.
So the beginning of this clip is what is what's really impressive to me, everyone.
So Number 73 coming up making creating a lane.
44 Singletary there.
Same thing with number 67.
And these guys they're getting there getting inside off the defense of Lyman's pad.
So they're getting inside.
They're getting physical, driving these guys back, getting into the second level of their blocks, taking a look here at number 76.
Again, he's gonna crash the age gap.
Okay, so he's crashing the age gap.
All right to make to make room for for for for running back.
Look at the way Frank Gorgeous sees the whole and hits it.
Beautiful, beautiful work scrambling outside.
That one set up by his by his rushers.
Dawson Knox Swapping up.
What? We're stopping up his assignment.
He ended up, you know, use.
Utilize a little bit of emotion there, lining up on your other side of the line and then setting up a block.
He's blocking schemes are super important.
Look at the way these guards are pulling.
Pulling from pulling from the front from gap position.
Hitting the outside a We got outside Run.
We'll pull a guard will pull a tackle.
Have them go ahead and they got.
And they're not gonna be the ones that are gonna go and deal with that defense of ain't They're gonna be the ones that are gonna go and deal with that linebacker on the outside guard pool.
Look at that place right there. Number 67.
He was just looking for work at that moment.
You know, nobody came crashing through through his alley.
So he went and he put a block on somebody he threw, He threw a hit on someone.
We're gonna take a look at that stuff again.
Okay, We're gonna take a look at it.
Look at that stuff again.
That film the film breaks down really, really fast.
Football is a fast paced game.
Fast, fast, fast paced game.
Do so so that that that first block is so nasty.
Like hang on, guys.
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That's that's where I I get I get my film from Just look at the way the number 73.
It's just so nasty getting up into that second level Linebackers aren't wanting to deal with that guy Singletary.
Look at the way that number number 67 is getting upfield.
I love the way he's getting upfield on that block.
Gorge sees that he has white judges in front of him.
Look at that block by number 73.
Just blindside of that guy.
I really love this place right here.
I really, really love just just the way just just they know that it's gonna be outside running.
Josh Allen's running it and just bone.
They pull a guard to the outside.
They have him take care of work.
Look at the way to number seven through just salt and boom.
This one gonna be another outside run every single time.
You guys see that guard pool and he and he starts working his way to the outside.
That defensive end I'm guaranteeing you he is getting scared because he knows that he's about to have a £300 linemen coming at him.
toe lay hands and to be aggressive.
See, number 73 available, keeping himself available, looking for work.
Takes on two defenders that time.
Oftentimes, it would be with these line and they wanted to try and keep your blocking side.
But sometimes they get they end up on the outside those solar past.
They've got to readdress that leverage.
So let's get back here.
Let's talk about a couple of things.
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Okay, so let's talk about let's talk about couple of things that we bear witness to.
Okay, So what I'm looking for in the offensive line.
I'm always up for a quick for a quick feet because you gotta You gotta have quick feet whenever you're coming off whenever you're coming off off out of your stands.
All right, um, whenever whenever you're coming out of your stance, you want to be a CZ explosive as possible.
What's going on? Just move some things around here.
I'll be one second behind the set.
So what I wanted from a guy robbery from the offense.
Linemen, I wanna make sure that the square I want to make sure that he's here.
Okay, Back straight but out. All right.
So here's the way it years, years way the stance.
Look from the side.
Okay, that straight like, Boom, he's here.
All right, when he's gonna come out of this position when he's coming out of his stance, I want quick feet.
Move! Boom! We're coming off the block and we're here.
I want I want I want pressure.
I want fresh off line.
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Remember, these guys are about about 6364 All right, some 65 All right, well, I'm in.
Our huge Lyman are huge.
All right? So when they're up against a defender, their whole goal is to be lower than that defender.
The reason why you want to be lowered is because you're going to coming up hands here, hands.
Hey, not notice.
Notice where my elbows are during this.
Okay? Notice where my elbows are.
All right? I'm not pushing out.
I'm not pushing out.
Everything is inside.
Oh, what you What you want to do is you want to take their shoulder pads and you want to jam them up into their ships.
You want jam them in their shame.
Make sure that Put that make that change. Dr.
Have to work for him.
Make that change. You have to work for him.
You want to get inside, you don't eat the pads.
You want that up in here.
You want that? You want that defensive lineman being driven all the way back all the way back? All right, now what happens if the defense of Lyman Bone he'ii chops, chops him? Hands away.
Okay, you go, you go put hands on and the power You're back down here.
All right? You don't want to be thrown thrown off your momentum.
That's why you want to be lower.
You don't want what you want.
You you're much offensive lineman.
So watch the defenders feet.
Because if the thinner the chops or v Ritz, if he comes to any tries rip records to try to swim.
All right, that's gonna throw you off your momentum.
So you want to say lower than him? Pay attention, teen center mass pay attention focused on like a belt buckle.
Focus on, like, a belt buckle or something.
A stain on under deep aids something.
But whatever you do, don't watch feet.
Eyes don't want change because these things move around a lot.
I get the out of gates.
Look, you do the out of days thing, they could trick you with those things.
So you want to be explosive like we saw in the clip? All right, We gotta be quick.
God, move! God be able to get out of your stance fast and fire and explode.
Everything for Lyman is all in their hips.
All the power is in their legs.
Is it? Is it isn't better.
Their thighs and their hits.
That's where it's all coming from.
Another thing for you guys that are out there that are young and wanting to get in two to the NFL or just want to play football in general.
The bench press for Lyman is so important because when you're doing when you're utilizing when you're doing your bench press guys, what's happening is, yeah, it's just like blocking.
Doing the bench press is just like walking. You got your bar.
Oh, and you're keeping everything came.
Everything is staying in just like through the block.
What's good, man? Well, what is good? What is good, buddy? Dilly dilly.
Just like when you're progressing through the block, you know, just look, That's like, you know when you got to get through through a lining, everything is inside.
Hands inside, elbows.
There's no power here.
You can't do anything to anyone here.
You could do a whole lot, though with your upper body.
Violence is what I call it.
Okay, with your upper body violence, you can control the game control, aligning another thing that I really, really like.
I really like a lot of a lot of women, but that will take, you know, some basic type of ju jitsu.
So that, like, wrestling or something, So that way they know how to utilize an opponent's momentum against them.
Risk control, Risk control.
If you are able as a Lyman to control a defense, vitamins risk with just a presser.
All you do just because you can't hold him, you can't hold him, you know.
But if you could just get when you pop and you explode when they try and bring those hands in if you can catch an elbow and throw them off momentum Oh, where I go, you know, that's all.
That's what happens when you give him a little push.
We give him a little nudge, it throws them off their balance.
So elbows and also risk control.
They come in, they want to put their hands on you.
They want to grab you.
They wanna put their hands on you.
You know, you that that's where you could just come in and just bow.
Just just just just come right in.
Jam those bricks right up.
They're like, Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Okay, then I'm gonna respect your power rested.
Gotta get your quarterback on a respectful power, But I'll get you a quarterback.
You don't once again almost.
You know, I'm not gonna say a 90% of games are won in the trenches.
The offensive line is the single most important position in football because they control the tempo.
They prevent that defense from getting to that quarterback.
They controlled the running game running game sets the tempo, you know, so like like like like we saw in the way we saw saw in the clip.
The bills offensive line.
They're absolutely, positively insane.
They're they're they're insane.
Um, I I have nothing but the high praises for them.
They're probably one of the most.
Uh, they're probably working most physical and nasties units, um, in the league that has also included ah Lee Smith, who's probably one of the best finishers.
A tight end position there on that on that line.
So I mean, these guys, these guys are a great example.
We're gonna check out that film one last time and see if we see anything different.
Let's let's check out.
Let's check out the clip one more time.
I want to see if we see anything different guys, cause every time you watch it, every time I watch it, I see something new.
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All right, let's watch this clip, guys, man.
Look, look at the way Singletary's just picking his lanes.
All because all because of the all Because I've got that Limey all because of those live and put in that work.
They buy Josh Alan so much time, even on a screen so really quick on that screen number 73.
He knew he knew that that that that he had to take all he had to take out that Sam linebacker.
That That's one of those, eh? We got to get to the second level and block.
Or else this play doesn't work. Type of things.
Ooh, they're so nasty.
They're so nasty.
I love this offensive line.
Guard's gonna pull outside.
Just driving his man all the way through the play.
Their number 67 hours.
Spain, Spain's one that has been has been one of the best blockers in the league for so many years.
That is the easiest.
There's another one by string.
Yeah, he had nobody that he had nobody on him.
So you just at that point just looking for work.
Just looking for work? No.
Let me help out. Let me help out my center.
Boom. Knocked that guy down.
Good stuff, guys.
That's really good film.
It's really good film, you know? And that's offensive lineman.
You know, there may not.
There may not be be, uh, ah Beatty or a D And that's gonna That's gonna shoot your gap.
So if you are freaking available, Yeah, just going to help out that that other line Just like bone, like, Hey, I'll help you out.
And just kind of control.
You're Eric. Control your zone If you gotta peel off, peel off.
We saw right there by by Spain, Spain.
And it plenty of times were defensive linemen were they were probably just like, yo not going up against do it's ****ing NFL veteran.
And then he was He was freed.
T make some moves, get up in the second level.
So on and so forth.
It's really good stuff.
Really good film that we broke down.
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Next, we will be looking at, uh we should be looking at a clip later on.
Uh, from from Tyler Lockett, we're gonna talk about why receivers adjusting on the deep ball And what? That what that means, what that looks like, how to do it.
So on and so forth.
Like I said, we may.
We may try and try and go outside for that one.
We may we may try and try and make our way outside for that one, but we're gonna talk about, you know, why Receives adjusted pacing, you know, track, track, ball and how they do that.
So, yeah, that'll come later.
Uh, later. Later.
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