Against a TE set it scares me a bit in the C gap. I know the SS has the read on the TE block to fill if needed.
Well the Colts run a pretty typical Tampa 2 style scheme meaning they run a lot of Pirate stunts (long stick, short stick) up front). The entire scheme is different than most and is predicated on everyone spilling the ball to the force player (who is the cornerback in a Tampa 2). That would account for the lack of support in the C gap...
Sanders and Freeney are even more impressive watching from the end zone.
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