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    I’ll stick to the PC rather than the iPad...photos small and it posted twice after I hit submit once.
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    So, I was curious about the Emmanuel Sanders touchdown. It was early in the game and the Broncos hadn't run anything in the Ravens game to set it up, which sometimes is a good time to run an end-around or a counter to catch a team sleeping. I think that's exactly what Denver did.

    First, the preseason end-around touchdown (same exact play):
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    In the first two games, the Broncos ran that same bunch formation, or motion into a bunch seven times. Four times against the Seahawks, a 5-yard pass to Sanders and a incomplete pass to Sutton in the 2nd and 3rd quarters, respectively. And twice in the fourth quarter and both resulted in Lindsay 5-yard runs. One was a counter power run and the other was an outside zone. That was four plays with the same formation, but four different play calls.

    The two passes were the exact same play:
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    It's a trips with Sanders running a short hitch, Sutton a wheel route and Janovich a flair, with Thomas running a slant on the opposite side. A completed five yard pass to Sanders. That was a play before the long touchdown pass here the Broncos ran three gradual deep outs and Sanders was wide open in the middle of the field. Ironically, in that YouTube video above, Sutton makes a catch on a similar play to the touchdown.

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    This is the play in the third quarter. Keenum tries to throw the slant away from the bunch and throws it behind Sutton. Same route combo on the opposite side.

    Those were the first two times the Broncos showed that type of formation this season.
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    In the fourth quarter against the Seahawks, the Broncos ran that same formation with a fullback/tight end as part of a bunch with two wide receivers on one side of the formation. The first of which is a zone run to the outside with the fullback/tight end going in motion away from the bunch.

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    The second time the Broncos ran that bunch formation in the fourth quarter, it's an interesting way to get into a power run with a counter. The pulling action is the right guard and the tight end.

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    Those are all four plays from that bunch formation from under center against the Seahawks. They introduced a basic pass play that they've run numerous times out of several formations including from the shotgun with that exact route combo from the bunch and a slant on the other side. They haven't run a slugo on that slant yet that I've seen, but it's another wrinkle they could add, especially with Thomas or Sutton in that lone role on the other side of the formation. But I digress...
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    The Broncos ran a similar formation three times against the Raiders. All runs, once in the first quarter and twice in the fourth quarter. The first quarter play is going to look familiar:

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    I drew, poorly, the play against the Ravens. Here's the play they actually ran:
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    The Raiders are in a 3-4 base, and it looks like they are playing a fairly basic zone as the left corner doesn't follow Sanders' motion. Result: 5 yard run for Lindsay.
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    The other two, Royce Freeman 7-yard run in the fourth:
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    Freeman had to break a tackle because the Raiders weren't fooled by the motion, but he got the first down.
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    The second is a 3-yard zone cutback for Lindsay, who got down to the one (Keenum scored on fourth down two plays later):
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    So...the touchdown against the Ravens:

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    Here's my favorite frame: Only three Ravens recognize the reverse action at this point, and all three are way behind the play. Bolles' seal block on Patrick Onwuasor is key. The three players that see the play at this point for the Ravens are Suggs and one of the two defensive tackles (they were in a 2-4-5), and Albert McClellan. Weddle gets burned. He's looking in at the running back and is way late on the back side recognizing the play and Sanders is too fast for him. Great play.

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