The Chief's Secret Tactic EVERYONE is about to Copy

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Thinking Football
Thinking Football 2 meses atrás
A little later posting this week but hope it's worth it. It was a complicated write and make but wanted to explain the chiefs sustainable onslaught of modern NFL Defenses, someone will work out a counter to this too - and we'll start all over again! Guess Mahomes Passing Touchdown Count this Season ⬇⬇⬇
Thinking Football
Thinking Football 2 meses atrás
@bkbj8282 And thankyou for the engagement
bkbj8282 2 meses atrás
Stop you if I've heard this before? Ok. Stopped watching your video 15 seconds in. Thanks for the free pass.
Lorne Thompson
Lorne Thompson 2 meses atrás
michael robinson
michael robinson 2 meses atrás
Can you do Mike McDaniels offense and how do you think he's going to do Coach against his mentor
Barake Smith-Washington
your videos are awesome you should do a collab with QB School!
Rhystic Studies
Rhystic Studies 2 meses atrás
these vids are so good man. well done to you and your team. makes me realize just how fuckin fast everything moves in the NFL, and how quickly windows open and shut.
Myname Jeff
Myname Jeff 2 meses atrás
That play against the Jags is pretty sad. The Jags dropped 8 into coverage, and the Chiefs only had 2 receivers running routes, and Kelce still came WIDE open.
Paul Parsons
Paul Parsons 19 dias atrás
Kelce is a Best TE that ever lived. Unselfish team play.
Thinking Football
Thinking Football 2 meses atrás
Man I love max protect concepts - if teams are gonna play bad static zone you can bully teams with it. If you wanna watch more, check out Josh McDaniels offense, he loves them.
Cora Bee
Cora Bee 2 meses atrás
The problem for other teams with the 1-4 is that they do not have (a) Mahomes and (b) Kelce. The Chiefs are also deep at TE and have competent journeymen WRs. And the Big Red cherry on top, is Reid devising variations of the formation. So, yes, other teams might try to copy this, but no recipe is complete without a master chef who knows how to use his ingredients.
Blueberry Wilbur
Blueberry Wilbur 7 dias atrás
@george Pern You are a clever one, running around like a spanked ass
george Pern
george Pern 14 dias atrás
Wha, a good WOMAN and clean the house !!!
Cora Bee
Cora Bee Mês atrás
@Thinking Football Yes, other teams are using the concept. But it's a huge leap from using it to excelling at it and continually evolving it. That is the dash of Reid other teams are missing.
al karg
al karg 2 meses atrás
@Thinking Football Hope KOC & MN Vikings see/hear this or, are doing their homework vis-a-vis Andy Reid's K.C. 1-4 contributions.
Jim Wichert
Jim Wichert 2 meses atrás
While I agree - having the speed MVS and Hardman bring ensures defenses can't attack those underneath zones and it makes going man a tricky decision. Juju can run the same inside routes Kelce does - so it gives you another big body with good hands not afraid to get hit after the catch. Chiefs are not as explosive without Cheetah - but Reid has finally figured out how to attack the defensive scheme that gave Mahomes so much trouble last year. Also helps Mahomes now firmly understands you can't go YOLO bomb as often as he liked to 2-3 years ago.
madnessontheisland 2 meses atrás
Reid is a master play designer. Once teams eventually start copying the 1-4 tactic, the Chiefs will dip back into their endless well of plays for more coverage-busting magic. Many teams have gone away from the 2 deep shell against the Chiefs this season thinking Tyreek is gone and they could press man, but in the relatively short time Mahomes has been in the league he's learned how to beat any coverage with Reid's system and arguably the most capable WR room in his Chiefs tenure. You're always going to be wrong defending this offense, so your only chance is getting them to make mistakes.
greg a
greg a 2 meses atrás
@Jeff Bruce Time will tell..😱
Steve Sanders
Steve Sanders 2 meses atrás
He also draws a mean mustache on sleeping players.
Jeff Bruce
Jeff Bruce 2 meses atrás
Bengals beat em twice last year. Who Dey!!!
Zio 2 meses atrás
They still have a lot of speed. Hardman, Sky moore , Juju, MVS and now toney
B 2 meses atrás
The only chance against the Chiefs is basically what the Titans do: * Take away the deep shots and stay disciplined, do not improvise. * Be physical against everyone but specially on Kelce, chip him on every play. * Pressure in the middle but play contain on Pat. * No missed tackles. * Make them hold long grueling hard fought drives And we all know even then the Titans havent been able to take them down in the playoffs
Mac Lethal
Mac Lethal 2 meses atrás
Incredible video. I’ve watched it 3 times today. Subscribed.
JC Justin
JC Justin 2 meses atrás
Im so happy i came across this channel. After getting bored of basketball, you made me really interested in football
Chrollo Dranx-Hunter
Chrollo Dranx-Hunter 2 meses atrás
@Thinking Football I've played basically every position; full-back, winger, prop, center (both inside and outside) but I ended up at flanker after trialing 8. I play open side cause I get more action and thrive in rucks etc. Blindside needs better acceleration than I personally believe I have.
Thinking Football
Thinking Football 2 meses atrás
@Chrollo Dranx-Hunter It was in the years of your life where your energy meter doesnt seem to exist - Playing sport was much easier then. I was bigger than most my age so extra weight pushing the pack really helped, but had much better runners vision and ball handling than the lumps up front, however I was waaaay to slow to play with the backs. Did you play open or blind? Why do you think it was more fun?
Chrollo Dranx-Hunter
Chrollo Dranx-Hunter 2 meses atrás
@Thinking Football sounds like you had a sleeping bag dedicated for the gym then... Number 8 is such a unique position It doesn't even have a name...I gotta say though flanker is more fun
Arrowhead Sunday
Arrowhead Sunday 2 meses atrás
Check out Arrowhead Sunday videos
Bianca Ava
Bianca Ava 2 meses atrás
well become a chiefs fan
Truxhful 2 meses atrás
Mahomes reads those things in a heartbeat. He’s realized at this point that taking those first, quick reads will work. Mahomes football IQ is what makes him so great.
Jack s. kicking
Jack s. kicking 7 dias atrás
Ok that's baloney. The chiefs receivers are just ALWAYS wide open. Have you watched them all season? How on earth is Kelce open on every single play
george Pern
george Pern 14 dias atrás
Mahomo's IQ when he opens his mouth is just like your mom's ! 69 .....Hillbilly JACKASS !
MrDogfish83 2 meses atrás
I agree he has a high football IQ but it took him a while to "realize" those quick reads work, or probably more accurately, to get himself to take them.
Ivan Blank
Ivan Blank 2 meses atrás
As a guy that grew up watching hockey in the late 70s and beyond, he seems to me like the football answer to Wayne Gretzky.
A Dissenting Opinion
A Dissenting Opinion 2 meses atrás
This channel, along with the film studies the NFL posted, has thoroughly convinced a lanky videogame player that football is more strategic than many sports, with maybe water polo and Ultimate frisbee being up there. It's a real treat to dissect how a specific defense is handled by a specific play.
LitigiousLlama 2 meses atrás
@Ian Rosevear Ultimate has some pretty complex offensive/defensive systems at the top level, but nothing as regimented or exhaustively-schemed as football. A lot of the complexity comes from players a) making quick reads out of a variety of field positions you couldn't possibly scheme for b) anticipating the movement of the disc multiple throws in advance so you keep things flowing on offense or interfere with the right passing lane on defense. I'd say it's more like soccer than anything else I've played or watched.
Ian Rosevear
Ian Rosevear 2 meses atrás
Ultimate frisbee surely has some of the least complicated/detailed strategies of any high level sport, no?
Max G
Max G 2 meses atrás
Water polo… ultimate frisbee??? Bro you have to be joking 😂 you must be European or some shit
J handle
J handle 2 meses atrás
"Water polo," "Ultimate?" Every sport has strategy, but it comes down to execution, but like Mike Tyson said, "Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth."
AwesomeBeast 2 meses atrás
@Charles G Yo!!! What???
John Burns
John Burns 2 meses atrás
Mahomes runs around backfield until defense gets tired, defenders slow down, throws an 89-yard bomb to Kelce. Mahomes is the real deal. Everyone wretches in the collars of their jerseys. Mahomes is a legend and Reid is a mastermind.
howardm.burgers 2 meses atrás
Wow! This is impressive analysis. The rest of KC’s schedule should be a walk, but now that they’re establishing a run game there oughta be a few bangers come playoff time.
truth h
truth h 2 meses atrás
@Jason Harter I wouldn't overlook anyone actually but especially the Bengals. Hopefully get tones and hardman back soon will help
Jason Harter
Jason Harter 2 meses atrás
@truth h This comment held up well!
truth h
truth h 2 meses atrás
Don't overlook bengals
Tommy S
Tommy S 2 meses atrás
As a a diehard fan, I can't get enough of content on my Chiefs like this, and this video was phenomenal! You've got yourself a new fan. Keep up the great work!
Campbull_781 2 meses atrás
SeanFication 2 meses atrás
Having a roster stacked with Pro-Bowlers and future HOFers helps too. As does the fact that the Chiefs are virtually injury free, unlike all their serious competitors.
Colby Taylor
Colby Taylor 2 meses atrás
"Kermit doesn't like this option either" got me😂
Side Bet Calculator
Side Bet Calculator 2 meses atrás
Mahomes is a player I can’t see why anyone dislikes. Amazing at the game, seems like a good guy and it pretty humble for what he can do/has done. I’m a fan of players, not teams. Definitely want to see him do great things (but not too great to dethrone TB12)
Chris Journeay
Chris Journeay 2 meses atrás
Every one of your videos teach me a ton of new things to look for during a game. It makes watching games much more enjoyable. Thank you for such great content and for sharing your knowledge. You richly deserve a wider audience.
Reddiwhip_st 2 meses atrás
Amazing breakdown !! Look forward to more of’s amazing to me how after 20+ years of film Andy Reid is still in his bag 🤯
Zachary Kasper
Zachary Kasper 2 meses atrás
Perhaps Andy's bag is like a magicians prop where he just pulls out endless new plays... and cheeseburgers 😀
Josh Lewis
Josh Lewis 2 meses atrás
Dude is always innovating
geoffw24 2 meses atrás
Great video. It takes arm strength, accuracy, disciplined players, an x factor tight end, and some serious brain power to run these plays. Not every team has that combination to be able to counter this defense. Mahomes and KC are 1 of 1 right now and I don't see it changing for a while. As long as there is a tight end of kelces caliber on the team the AFC will run through KC for years.
Matthew Beaver
Matthew Beaver 2 meses atrás
Not sure where this channels been all this time! This was probably the best breakdown/analysis I've seen on the tube. Been a football guy since HS could watch this stuff all day. Thats why I like watching anything from fcs to pro's. The difference in scheme/approach. Doing it all with just talent or mostly scheme. Why I love football you can win or lose many diff ways. This was very well put together so much so someone who doesn't get football could follow. Sub, well deserved.
where are we now
where are we now 7 dias atrás
riffbw 2 meses atrás
Subscribed after this first video for me. Great work. One thing this video really cements in my mind is that Kelce can read a defense better than most QBs. He understands the coverages and knows where to go on broken plays to be a consistent outlet. The 13s game against Buffalo was actually two Kelce calls. He called his own number up the seam and Mahomes hit him, but he also call Hill's number knowing his route would open up the space for Hill right behind him. Those two plays put KC in field goal range. But I may have to back off the "Mahomes is the most effective runner" take that Nick Wright threw out. Mahomes is really effective, but Reid is truly scheming up plays for Mahomes to scramble for big gains if the play breaks down. As long as he goes to the weak side of the defense, he's got tons of yards to pick up.
Rangecontrol 2 meses atrás
this video is the puzzle piece as to why they keep so many TE on the team. , just like in college, theyll be really useful in those 4-1 sets.
big wigg
big wigg 2 meses atrás
Great content this tactic works in the madden game as well lol. The matching principles will not work when 4 receivers are to one side of the formation
GetMoney 2 meses atrás
Lol that's the first thing that came to mind when I watched this video.
Evan Beauchemin
Evan Beauchemin 2 meses atrás
Another incredible video. Makes me wanna watch the VODs and analyze every play. Thank you.
S. D.
S. D. 2 meses atrás
From 12:57 on, you're showing plays where the chiefs are straight up torturing the defenses. I cant stop laughing at their reactions, such as 14:29 with the safety on his knees you can damn near hear him crying.
apauli17 2 meses atrás
this is so well made. so insightful! for someone who loves football now but didn’t grow up with it, this kinda stuff usually flies over my head. you made it so clear and concise! nice job and thank you
Timothy Foster
Timothy Foster 2 meses atrás
Yeah, not a kc fan, but your breakdowns are always enlightening, in-depth, and well put together! ✌🏽
TylerHenderson 2 meses atrás
This was such a good video explaining the strategies it takes to win a game. It proves having a good coach is the make or break of a team.
dape 2 meses atrás
Terrific material. My reaction upon watching this is to conclude that the Chiefs success is a combination of concept and personnel. As brilliant as the concepts are, it does not work anywhere near as effectively without superior talent. My prediction is that whenever Caleb Williams enters the NFL, his team will adopt this offensive system. And, I believe, Williams will be just as successful as Mahomes is now! (Particularly if he has adequate supporting talent.)
CoachScott61 2 meses atrás
Great play design, Ill be waiting for a team to solo the backside like their doing and play robber or lurk with the weak side safety. This should also lead to the adjustment of varying the front side and playing with the QB's eyes by switching responsibility with the passing strength safety and the slot or corner. This, I believe could present problems for this offensive formation.
Stnbl15 2 meses atrás
“They have no offensive weapons for mahomes!!!!” Never sleep on the chiefs lmao they always make it work
Pulsating Sausage Boy
Pulsating Sausage Boy 2 meses atrás
@Ben S I don’t know why you would lie but what you’re claiming definitely isn’t factual.
Ben S
Ben S 2 meses atrás
​@Pulsating Sausage Boy So do guy, why would I lie about this. We just listen to different sports podcasts and frequent different Chiefs forums
Pulsating Sausage Boy
Pulsating Sausage Boy 2 meses atrás
@Ben S I live in KC. There were no “murmurs”.
Ben S
Ben S 2 meses atrás
@Pulsating Sausage Boy they absolutely were. Even after the Titans loss in the 2019 regular season, there were murmurs
Choose Carefully
Choose Carefully 2 meses atrás
Well, this is all genius. & that's coming from someone who doesn't like Reid. (I'm still convinced that he ruined Donovan McNabb). All these plays confuse the D & are short passes. This all leads to YAC no matter who the ball-carrier is while the D is trying to sort itself out. Since everything is happening so fast & the routes all cross each other, what can defenses do? I wonder if anyone will figure this out. Imagine how difficult this must be to plan though. One needs a QB who can adapt to this system. Considering both Reid & Mahomes _love_ the deep throws, this is astounding. I guess that they like winning more.
brown55061 2 meses atrás
Great break down. The only way any of this happens is with a QB is so mobile like Patrick. He is hard to get your hands on and he releases so fast it's near impossible to stop him. Reed and Mahomes are a great combo!
VRNocturne 2 meses atrás
I love this - love seeing the game broken down this way. Keep it coming!
Santiago Gonzalez
Santiago Gonzalez 2 meses atrás
Great breakdown! I love how Reid and Mahomes innovative
Nathaniel DeFord
Nathaniel DeFord Mês atrás
Love watching these because it teaches me so much more about football that I didn't know. So much goes into every play that I don't realize. This is why I love football way more than other sports. It's not just kicking a ball and getting it into the goal like soccer, or running back in forth with a basketball passing the ball back and forth until somebody finally decides to shoot. It's so much more strategic and way more can happen than any other sport.
Fantasy Sports Enthusist
Ben binging your videos for a while. You guys are geniuses with what you’re spotting. I was wondering how they kept up this crazy offense while losing some key pieces. Andy reid is crazy !
c.T. 2 meses atrás
Probably the Most Excellent Analysis of the Chiefs Offensive Wizardry!! A+ Info!!
Matty Poka
Matty Poka 2 meses atrás
Reid, mahomes and kelce are three of the smartest minds in football. It’s a blessing to be a chiefs fan right now. It won’t last forever… so I’ll enjoy it while it lasts.
Rob Banks
Rob Banks 2 meses atrás
Your next video will be about the 49ers running McCaffrey and Samuel on either side of the field and having kittle running option routes based on how the secondary falls into coverage. 49ers might just make it to SB again with addition of McCaffrey if he stays healthy
Matt Chew
Matt Chew 2 meses atrás
Andy Reid tends to stick to a strategy until defenses figure out how to stop it (usually in the postseason)...
Joe Farley
Joe Farley 12 dias atrás
John Doe, there are a lot of NFL coaches who would like to get smashed bad like Andy. NO one outworks Andy.
Matt Chew
Matt Chew Mês atrás
@Mike Maybe you should've watched him coach in Philly, if you think my take is inaccurate. There's a formula to Andy's offensive scheme, and it's not unstoppable...
Mike Mês atrás
Worst take I've seen in a while
Matt Chew
Matt Chew Mês atrás
@Camden Jackson It's great in the regular season, but it's a weakness in the postseason. That's why Andy only has 1 Championship as a coach, but his win/loss percentage looks good.
Camden Jackson
Camden Jackson Mês atrás
Well yeah… thats like his job???
Damn man analytical AF! Good work! I needed some clarity on how the Chiefs are attacking the defenses! 1/4 split!
IGI_Media 2 meses atrás
Fantastic Breakdown ! My only comment is that although the NFL is a copycat league, you need the personnel to do so. Example: Patriots don't have a QB with legs, TE with RAC, or a 4-3 receiver. I am thinking of creating a chart based on personnel to see how many can adopt the 4-1 sets with their current roster. If any teams are considering adopting this in their repertoire moving forward, will make for some surprising G.M. moves in trades and drafts in the near future. Definitely something to keep an eye on when these deadlines come around. My short list of viable copycats: Miami Philli Bills Bengals 49-ers ? Tampa ? (? Denotes a QB with limited running )
The Last Straw
The Last Straw 2 meses atrás
This is by far my favorite football channel now. I want nothing more than to watch this type of tape breakdown daily.
Thinking Football
Thinking Football 2 meses atrás
When get to the draft, we'll be dropping daily breakdowns!
Mark Gilbert Jr
Mark Gilbert Jr Mês atrás
I love this video! A lot of the concepts went over my head, but I appreciate the complexity:)
C Thrower
C Thrower 2 meses atrás
This is a brilliant analysis explanation!!! U got a new sub. Wait until they really start factoring/featuring Pacheco in the passing game....
Jacob Robinson
Jacob Robinson 12 dias atrás
I’m curious if dropping the DE on the 4 side into coverage, on plays where the back goes in motion would help
Keith Jones
Keith Jones 2 meses atrás
Thanks for this video as this make more sense as to what Travis was doing last game, as you could see the motion and the adjustments that were made.
Mike Bates
Mike Bates 2 meses atrás
Wow, these are the best play breakdowns I've ever seen! I follow BRvidrs with a lot more subs, but these are way better Thanks to the YT algorithm for showing me this.
David Berry
David Berry 2 meses atrás
What do you think the effect would be if they started with 3 tight ends and then shifted to a 1-4 at the line?
Joe Thelyon
Joe Thelyon 2 meses atrás
Thanks for that, fascinating stuff & the cool beats don't spoil narration as on so many videos. The level of understanding needed for this strategy stuff is waayyy over my head at the moment, but I do love chess . . . it makes me wonder if Coach Reid plays?
Joe Rhea
Joe Rhea 22 dias atrás
Great work! Loved it, and learned a great deal. ❤
Logan Coleman
Logan Coleman 2 meses atrás
thank you for your service. chiefs fan here and this has me so happy
Colin B
Colin B 2 meses atrás
Thank you for these videos they are the best videos I’ve ever seen. You keep doing a great job
Hyzeem Brown
Hyzeem Brown 2 meses atrás
This content is FIRE! This channel will absolutely help with my coaching. Definitely subscribing 💯👈🏾
aeropb 2 meses atrás
Love these videos. Really shows how amazing these people are
Scott Hill
Scott Hill Mês atrás
Nice video and effort put into it. I’m a Steeler fan and always have been but I knew it was gonna be a rough year and many years to come but what do you think would be a good Super Bowl Kansas City or Chiefs representing the AFC and the 49ers or Eagles representing the NFC wondering which would be the best matchup in the super bowl for the viewer
Astro_2D 2 meses atrás
By far the best channel breaking down all 22 film and explaining what makes the chiefs great in simple terms so that we can all look for in the next game
McLoven 3000
McLoven 3000 2 meses atrás
A very nice break down of the scheme they have been running.
J 2 meses atrás
Yo I love the detail knowledge and accuracy of your explanation, definitely got a new subscriber
boyd506 2 meses atrás
Really well done video. Appreciate the time and effort
nathan alexander
nathan alexander Dia atrás
great explanation. I appreciated that you kept giving examples. Still don't if I will be able to recognize any of it during a game, but at least you've given me a chance. Earned you a Subscribe. Thanks.
Derek Richards
Derek Richards 2 meses atrás
always such quality videos and explanations. Much love.
Keith Hankins
Keith Hankins 2 meses atrás
That tight 1-4 with 2 out is so bad! I LOVE that play.
Robert Waid
Robert Waid 2 meses atrás
To Thinking Football: I just found you Guy's this Morning 🌅🌄, and what You Say is Amazing, Concise, & right on every Point. I've been a Football junkie Since Grade School in Canada, & the CFL, 3 downs, more Passing, Wider, Longer Fields. Tried Playing in HS, but had Knee injury Senior Yr, & other nagging one's in previous Year's. As the Play Scheme's go I was able too Visualize them the more Closely I paid Attention too them. This is a given & I'm aware of that. But as you Explained them, they were as you Pointed Out Exactly 💯 precent. Your analysis was almost like Listening or Hearing? The Great John Madden, doing His bit in the Booth During the MNF Game, or any Other Game He'd be doing with Pat Somerall, During Thier Year's together. So Guy's I'm going too save this Episode, in my iPhone Library for later use. And then look for move such Excellent Stuff later. I'm gonna Say Good Night now & Thank You so Much for Your Wonderful Help. Keep it Coming.
12ollin47s 26 dias atrás
More Chiefs & 49ers boss. Get your view count up. They have the fan base and the dynamic schemes to be interesting. Great stuff
josh golebie
josh golebie 2 meses atrás
I'd love to see you do a video of how Kenny Pickett is right now..
Mark Joseph
Mark Joseph Mês atrás
Can you camouflage the zone by having one corner go across with the motion receiver? Kind of like the box and one in basketball. Thanks in advance.
Bts054 O54
Bts054 O54 2 meses atrás
it really makes me mad that people don’t say mahomes is all made by andy reid.. and he is.. andy reid is a genius and a insanely good coach…
Benji 2 meses atrás
Really good video. You should apply to be a broadcast announcer. The announcers who are able to bring up points like these during the game are the best in the business.
Jon May
Jon May 2 meses atrás
Great video! Explains and highlights the best coaching, the smartest route runner, the new running game, and the importance of Mahome running. See you next video
OG James
OG James 2 meses atrás
the vangio cover 6 actually comes from the nick saban cover 7 bracket coverage
MadMorgan 6 dias atrás
Before the SuperBowl it would be cool to see if how the Eagles run their offense, and it is is similar enough to what the Ravens have been doing for years with Lamar Jackson. Will Spagnolo's experience against the Ravens the past few years, give them a game plan to slow down Philly in the Superbowl.
akboyz1 2 meses atrás
The Chiefs have speed that also make the other teams play back.
Sean Wilson
Sean Wilson 16 dias atrás
For the love of football Andy Reid, please use Kadarius Toney the way he needs to be. The man is absolutely filthy with the ball in his hand.
Ricc Racc
Ricc Racc 2 meses atrás
Like everything always is, it's a cycle. It's funny but I feel that a well organized Cover 3 defense would give this 1-4 stuff fits. The issues they present become less frustrating if you don't play man so the pick routes/mesh aren't available, but the disadvantages of having 2 deep don't also get exposed and you have more bodies in the box to cut off screens/picks/runs that have become common. The next evolution of hybrid defenders is going to have to grow up fast and front fours are gonna have to become elite to help with this or you'll go back to seeing the deep ball/4 verts/chip wasp stuff annihilate defenses. It's a tough situation for sure.
Anthony Whipple
Anthony Whipple 2 meses atrás
I am a new fan of the NFL. Would watch a game every now and then but never really delved too deep into it until last year. Am still learning a lot but I know way more than I used to. I used to and still wonder sometimes what announcers and people mean when they criticize/compliment coaching or a play call but when I watch the chiefs play and see the way they execute on the field I get it. Andy Reid is amazing.
Truth Seeker
Truth Seeker 2 meses atrás
Excellent analysis, and I don't just think so. 😀
BetterNateThanLever 2 meses atrás
Dude I still don’t know who is narrating this one or the others you’ve narrated but you’re legit the best at explaining and illustrating schemes and plays
Master Bruce
Master Bruce 2 meses atrás
Cover 6 will always make sense versus a pass heavy team but if your playing underneath and have viable corners on the edge playing MAN you can stop Mahomes. You have to variate to a cover 9 concept but you typically are still playing man. If they call a split 4 you have to play man on the strong side with 2-3 players underneath or across the field. You can’t double Kelce early or often because he’s not the only person Mahomes can throw too. Pressuring Mahomes also needs to become a regular thing blitzing in later downs is going to kill those yards against. Let them get comfortable and attack with nickel blitz packages but you have to have a front seven whose fast and strong enough to contain Mahomes and check down concepts. Everyone has to guard their man during bunch concepts and watch for picks anyone who sets a pick is considered a blocker pancake his ass before the potential for the ball too be aimed at that receiver.
Christopher Gibson
Christopher Gibson Mês atrás
These concepts completely mask Mahomes inability to read defenses. The pre snap motions. The floods, and developing and coverging routes on from or to the same side of the field allow for mahomes to read one side of the field and read the receiver and space created by the concepts. Reid is a genius
Mack Moore
Mack Moore 2 meses atrás
I enjoyed the knowledge plus lines, arrows and circles to help understand the plays!
whoa wavy
whoa wavy 2 meses atrás
This channel is gold! The production value is so high!
Cesare Salad And The Spicy Croutons
Wonder how much Nagy coming back to KC helped this. He basically spent all his Chicago years with a Fangio scheme
Michael Monnig
Michael Monnig 2 meses atrás
Excellent narration and insight!! Thanks a lot!!
Ben Jackson
Ben Jackson 2 meses atrás
the best NFL strategy channel going right now
jdelgado216 2 meses atrás
its true it is a copycapt league but not every team has the caliber of a Mahomes-Kelce combo, it will be really interesting watching the different adaptations
Ramon Turner
Ramon Turner 2 meses atrás
Sam Russo
Sam Russo 2 meses atrás
Might be crazy but Fields-Kmet can do it
Sisqo Kid
Sisqo Kid 2 meses atrás
Just new to understanding this, but when you are in a man to man and you sense the offense is going to run a pick or rub, why not do what you do in basketball and call a switch? Instead of trying to fight though another offensive player, switch off and take that player while the defensive player that had him takes the offensive player that is getting open. In the one example where the Chiefs were on the goal line and Kelsie was wide open in the left flat, it seems that this would have worked.
jerry thercy
jerry thercy 2 meses atrás
thinking basketball now thinking football…i dont know if its a coincidence but both of your channels are amazing! thank you!
Eli Thompson
Eli Thompson 2 meses atrás
building on to the comment at 12:00, Wylie is a guard. You can see in that play that he has no clue how to defend the edge, like he’s almost scared to be out there. He’s been on the team for a few years and has been decent, but with injuries landing him in the RT position i really think coaching needs to look at sliding him back in and giving someone else a shot
Genius Hughes
Genius Hughes 2 meses atrás
What do you do when they read you like a book Kansas City will change to the most ultimate one thing the defense can do to get out of a lot of trouble is Never Take Your Eye Off the football on the defensive line because when they run the ball you'll never miss the tackle
Dominic Demeri
Dominic Demeri 2 meses atrás
Well put together video. Thanks for making it.
Vincent Grasso
Vincent Grasso 2 meses atrás
At the 2:23 picture, that formation is 100% legal. There are 7 Players on the LOS and the number 4 receiver (the TE) is ineligible. As long as the LT is declared eligible to the ref. completely legal in NFL
King of Titans
King of Titans 2 meses atrás
imagine showing this video to any other sport and asking "is your game this in-depth?"
WorkBundle 2 meses atrás
Kermit is an HOF QB with a matchup nightmare with Travis Kelce.
Genius Hughes
Genius Hughes 2 meses atrás
The Chiefs defense needs to learn to shut the first down and the shut the run down by never taking their eye out to football if everyone goes where the football goes the runner doesn't have a chance you can tackle him at the scrimmage line
donald thomas
donald thomas 7 dias atrás
Chiefs need a new right tackle. He (77) gets beat and he racks up penalties constantly, many which take away big plays.
Gale Brockett
Gale Brockett 2 meses atrás
Call the plays anyway you want,make it sound complicated The fact is Mahomes is a the key player.if Mahomes is Hurt& on the sidelines the chiefs are done. Loses will mount Mahomes is the next Tom Brady if he stays healthy. Remember priest Holmes running back?
Cheap Laugh Kennedy
Cheap Laugh Kennedy 2 meses atrás
And it sure helps to have a great front line
Archibald Edits
Archibald Edits 2 meses atrás
Very well put together 👏🏽
Garrick Grogan
Garrick Grogan 2 meses atrás
Great content never seen video break it down like that.
Texys 8 dias atrás
People fo not understand how good mahomes is. He been elite since his tech days
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