And when pass blocking, on the snap, linemen come up and back, NOT forward. Watt disengaged. Ducasse wasn't supposed to chase him, that would get the line out of shape. He has to stand there and defend that area.
On a 3 step drop designed to come out on his side? Are you kidding me?
As an OL you are taught that as soon as a DL's pad level exceeds yours you hit him in the chest/gut so he never does it again. Course you'd have to had played the game somewhere that taught you how to play to know that.
Sanchez's timing and pacing was better on all the throws he made on that drive, INT included. I would be very surprised if we don't see more of that next half.
Haha, when you are in the NFL going against an athletic freak like JJ Watt you are anticipating him trying to blow by you, if he suddenly sits back you are not going to be able to suddenly attack him and "punch him in the gut.". He has to look to help out other lineman as there might be a stunt coming, head on a swivel.
Huh? This isn't 1970's football. When you passblock as an interior lineman you do not come up and back. You only do that on the outside and even then only if necessary. Slide and/or chop your feet while punching out. If you wait for the DL to come to you whilst dropping back, you will be off balance almost all the time. Step, punch, shuffle, mirror.