Here we have Russell Wilson lined up in the shotgun, and Sweezy is in a one-on-one matchup against Aaron Donald, lined up in front of him in the circle. Donald is going to take him head on with a bull rush, trying to get to the inside of Sweezy with sheer power.
Note the line of scrimmage, as we will see how far Donald drives Sweezy back to the quarterback.
Take a look in the circle now. Donald has driven Sweezy two yard back towards Wilson. Also, if you look close, you can see that Sweezy’s left leg has lifted into the air. Donald has all of the leverage, with his pads so far under Sweezy’s that he has lifted him, partially, up in the air.
Donald has taken Sweezy clear out of the play, and he has Russell Wilson in his sights. Sweezy was beaten easily, had no chance, and now Wilson has no chance.
Donald takes Wilson down for a sack, and all Sweezy can do is watch and wonder if someone got that truck’s license plate.
He is going to have to do a lot better than that to make Bucs’ fans forget about Logan Mankins.
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But it isn’t all bad. We saw that before, and we are about to see it again. For the next play, we jump to week four when Sweezy’s Seahawks played host to the Detroit Lions. In this one, Sweezy’s athleticism is on display in the screen game.
Next: Sweezy Screen Play