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    Default Wade says match zone -- explain

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    It's super double-secret Tned. Only on a need-to-know basis.
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    They should keep using it.
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    Match(up) zone basically looks like man-coverage, and the defenders start the play in man coverage, but they have certain assignments where they will break off their man coverage into a zone look mid-play based on what the offense does.

    It's different than traditional zone, where the defender is just responsible for a certain area for the entire play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff View Post
    Match(up) zone basically looks like man-coverage, and the defenders start the play in man coverage, but they have certain assignments where they will break off their man coverage into a zone look mid-play based on what the offense does.

    It's different than traditional zone, where the defender is just responsible for a certain area for the entire play.
    The down-side is that a mistake in this complicated scheme means a wide open receiver. Like Gronk in the back of the end-zone on the 2-point conversion attempt, or Steelers' receivers running wide-open on a few plays if they figure out the scheme.

    But the reward for that risk is getting interceptions, and making the QB hold on to the ball longer because he's unsure where to go with it. I hope Wade et al, are using this 2 weeks to really camouflage what they want to do specifically against the Panthers offense.
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    I am not concerned about our defense. My only concern to win this game is how the offense plans to score? I bet our defense outscores the offense.
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    Here's an article Rich Kurtzman put up explaining Mathup Zone

    http://broncoswire.usatoday.com/2016...super-bowl-50/

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