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    CFN Article on the Cover Two. . .

    a.k.a. the Tampa Two which I'm sure we'll see this year. Oh, and check out the picture at the top of the article.

    Scout.com: Football Basics ... Explaining the Cover Two



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    Re: CFN Article on the Cover Two. . .

    I am very happy to find a hole between the cornerback and the safety and a seam. Last year we had a canyon in front of the cornerbacks and the Amazon down the middle for 75% completion rate..


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    Re: CFN Article on the Cover Two. . .

    The key to a cover two defense is to demand accurate, pinpoint accuracy from the opposing quarterback, which is why itís a perfect scheme against most college quarterbacks.
    Hmm...demanding accurate accuracy? Excellent writing quality here.

    Good information for those unfamiliar with the scheme.


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    Re: CFN Article on the Cover Two. . .

    Well at least the cover two is not covering only two receivers and the rest are wide open like last year.


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