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all Clocking in at an impressive five minutes, this clip shows a young uptempo Ray Lewis running drills with the starters at the University of Miami. The drill involves him running full speed up a short hill in a straight line, sprinting to a halt and then turning and driving his shoulder into the chest of a defensive player a few yards away, then waiting for the next defender to come up. This is the type of play you're most likely to see from a 2-4 defense. It's effective because it forces the offense to constantly re-align against the defense. In order for the offense to advance down the field, the defense will have to either counter the aggression and show up in coverage, or take their eyes off the ball to rush up and stop the offense. Either way, the offense will not be able to advance and get into a rhythm. Such defense concepts are difficult to scout and execute when an offense is working in a normal, balanced spread formation. This clip shows you why that's the case. By the time this play is over, the offense has barely advanced any further than the line of scrimmage. It's a long way from pre-snap alignment to the final whistle, and there's no rhythm to speak of. The reason is that the offense has to constantly shift into different personnel to counter the defensive alignment. That requires them to shift their formation back into a spread, or switch to a 21 personnel set (2 backs, 1 tight end, 1 wide receiver). That takes time. If a defensive coordinator expects you to get away with that, he's got another thing coming. The key to preventing an aggressive rush defense from shutting down an offense's ability to move the ball is to keep it simple. The most basic rush defense features two to three down linemen, with linebackers playing an additional outside spot. It's often called a 1-4-2 or 3-4-4. Teams call it the basic alignment. It's still a diverse defense, but it's based on a set of principles that can be used to counter any play type. It takes only one good defensive lineman to dominate the offensive line. He can rush the passer or put the offensive tackles on skates. It doesn't matter. The key is to get him off the ball fast and keep him in the backfield. A good linebacker can do the




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