Football 101: Combination coverage
Wide receivers like Michigan's Braylon Edwards, Pittsburgh's Larry Fitzgerald, USC's Mike Williams, Texas' Roy Williams and Rashaun Woods of Oklahoma State are game breakers. Not only do they have great speed and play-making ability, but they also present matchup problems because of their size.
In today's class, we will take a look at some schemes used to try and control great wide receivers. We will focus on passing-down situations and explain some combination coverages that great wide receivers see on a weekly basis.
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