For this play, we are looking at what will become a screen pass to Fred Jackson, lined up to Wilson’s left. He is going to come to the other side of the formation to receive the pass. Sweezy, again circled, has two jobs on this play. The first is to chip his opponent in front of him, and the second is to pull and lead the way for the screen pass.
Let’s see how he did.
Here is Sweezy chipping the guy in front of him, and getting ready to release. He will now pull, and be lined up in front of Jackson, ready to lead the way.
Jackson takes in the pass from Wilson, and Sweezy is in position to make the key block.
Sweezy takes his man down, and springs Jackson ahead for a 26 yard pickup. It shows his ability to use some speed and athletic prowess to make a key block.
But, he still isn’t perfect. Here comes a running play from the same game that doesn’t go as well.
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