Matt Bowen breakdowns another route scheme over at the National Football Post. This one involves the Jaguars Vs the Falcons. He shows a route scheme that the Falcons ran to get the ball in the hands of their rookie receiver Julio Jones.
The falling is an excerpt from the post called ” How the Falcons Targeted Julio Jones Vs. the Jags” that posted on December 16, 2011 by Matt Bowen.
“I want to go back to last night’s Jags-Falcons matchup in Atlanta and look at a route scheme (Hi-Lo Opposite) that can beat Cover 1 (man-free) consistently. A key for QB Matt Ryan and the Falcons’ offense when they want to get the ball in the hands of rookie Julio Jones with open field to work with.
Let’s take a look at the Falcons’ route concept from their pre-snap alignment, talk coaching points and discuss why Jones was able to convert a short throw into a 29-yard TD.”
To read the rest of the article, please click on the following link – How the Falcons Targeted Julio Jones Vs. the Jags