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Film breakdown: How Frank Ragnow became an elite pass protector overnight The first two games of Frank Ragnow’s career as a Detroit Lion did not go as well as everyone (including the Pride of Detroit staff) had hoped they would. One of the big selling points pumping up the perceived value in “stealing” the former Razorback in the first round was that he did not surrender a single sack in his entire college career. Imagine our surprise Damon Harrison Jersey White , then, when Detroit’s new starting left guard struggled in pass protection against the Jets in Week 1 and again against the 49ers in Week 2. His outing at Levi’s Stadium was so bad, it earned a pretty horrific grade from Pro Football Focus.Along with the rest of the team, though, the rookie turned it around in Week 3 against the Patriots. While Cris Collinsworth lavished praise upon Ragnow’s run blocking throughout the broadcast, on second re-watch of the game film we were pleasantly surprised by how consistent his pass blocking was (he “lost” maybe two or three pass protection reps all night). Fearless leader Jeremy Reisman asked what changed: how does Frank Ragnow go from PFF doghouse to PFF team of the week?To hopefully shed some light on this puzzle, we unfortunately must go back to the unpleasant tape from the games against the Jets and Niners.Chasing to the outsideSomething that came out in bad tape from the first two games was a tendency for Ragnow to set for the outside rush and not make it back inside in time to close off the interior lane. Securing the inside is critical because the edge blocking depends on having a clean place for the quarterback to step up into and the players inside have the shortest and most direct path to the passer. A collapsed pocket often leads to a broken play or a sack.2018 Week 1 vs NYJ, 2Q (0:21). Third-and-3 at the New York 3.On the last offensive play of the opening half in Week 1, the Lions had an opportunity to take a final shot at the end zone. The play call is mirrored curl-flat combinations to spread the field on both sides and 25 HB Theo Riddick sitting down in front of Stafford near the goal line. New York came with four-man pressure, sending former Lion 51 LB Brandon Copeland twisting to the inside behind 96 DL Henry Anderson.Ragnow lunges at Anderson as he makes the first lateral move on the switch. That throws the rookie off balance and prevents him from picking up Copeland up the gut. 9 QB Matthew Stafford is forced to sail the ball out of bounds and Detroit settles for a field goal.2018 Week 2 at SFO, 1Q (5:28). Third-and-7 at the Detroit 34.Matched up one-on-one with 94 DL Solomon Thomas over his outside shoulder, Ragnow takes his initial two shuffle steps to the outside. Unfortunately, Thomas explodes off the snap across the guard’s face and makes a beeline for the A-gap. Stafford comes under immediate pressure and only a broken tackle by Riddick moves the chains.Going for a swimIt was remarkable how nearly all of the other really bad defeats for Ragnow in pass protection were at the hands of swim moves. There are so many examples that this article will just present three of them so we can actually get to the “good” tape against the Patriots.2018 Week 1 vs NYJ, 3Q (8:16). Third-and-1 at the Detroit 34.This is the pick-six interception play that really blew the “Monday Night Football” game open in the third quarter. Ragnow has Anderson one-on-one and bites on the jab step to the inside. With 68 LT Taylor Decker occupied by Copeland on the outside and 60 C Graham Glasgow tied up with the 1-tech, there is nobody left to assist once Anderson’s left arm is up and over.2018 Week 2 at SFO, 1Q (5:34). Second-and-7 at the Detroit 34.Matched up against 96 DL Sheldon Day angled on his left shoulder, Ragnow takes lateral steps to the outside to try and get better position. Similar to the inside rush we saw earlier by Thomas, Day takes advantage by going up and over with his right arm. Stafford is flushed from the pocket and prevented from setting his feet, resulting in a poor throw that hits the turf in front of 15 WR Golden Tate.2018 Week 2 at SFO, 2Q (0:49). First-and-10 at the Detroit 34.Near the end of the first half of the San Francisco game, the Lions had just under a minute on the clock and managed to eke out a field goal. The GIF above is from the first play of that drive, and shows Stafford taking an absolutely monster hit from 99 DL DeForest Buckner. The Niners overloaded the right side of their line, forcing the Lions to go one-on-one against Thomas (with Glasgow), Buckner (with Ragnow), and 54 DL Cassius Marsh off the edge (with Decker).The patient “one way go”In a way, pass blockers trying to guard against multiple rush lanes can be like defenders trying to guard against multiple routes; we sometimes hear about players like Theo Riddick running a two way go with the freedom to go inside or outside. One plan to defend that is to commit to taking one option away by positioning and simply challenge them on the other option. Back in 2014, then-defensive coordinator Teryl Austin said this: “We try to, based on our coverages, funnel a guy one way or the other Womens Graham Glasgow Jersey , where we think the help might be. We try not to give him the two way go but sometimes it happens.”Instead of trying to move laterally and react to whichever way the opponent would go, it seemed like the plan for Ragnow against New England was to commit to getting a good base, focusing on hands and grip, then giving up a little ground to play it safe inside. Rather than facing straight up on rushers, he kept the middle clean by consistently walling off the interior approach and funneling his rusher to the outside.2018 Week 3 vs NED, 1Q (9:12). Second-and-10 at the New England 48.Here is a great example of what we are talking about: Ragnow is one-on-one with 90 DT Malcom Brown. An initial jab step at the snap by Brown tries to put some indecision into the head of the young guard, but he’s having none of it. Ragnow’s stance angle invites the defender to take the outside, and this gives the rookie a degree of control over the situation since he now gets to direct where the rusher is going. The protection is good, and Stafford rifles it down the field for a chunk gain of 18 yards to Tate.2018 Week 3 vs NED, 1Q (3:19). First-and-10 at the 50-yard line.A bit later in the first quarter at midfield, the Lions’ first-round pick is up against 70 DL Adam Butler. Ignoring a shoulder fake by Butler to the inside, Ragnow stays committed to protecting the inside, letting 29 HB LeGarrette Blount pick up the delayed linebacker blitz.2018 Week 3 vs NED, 3Q (4:53). Second-and-17 at the Detroit 18.Armed with control and focus, at times it got pretty ridiculous. Here is Ragnow using a big man’s momentum against him, throwing the 320-pound Brown to the ground judo-style.2018 Week 3 vs NED, 1Q (4:53). First-and-10 at the Detroit 40.In this early play-action pass called in the first quarter, Ragnow steers Butler to the outside and rides him off into the sunset. Stafford is all alone in the pocket and able to toss an easy ball to Blount for 8 yards.As best as I can tell, the first time the Patriots attempted to force the issue to the inside one-on-one against Ragnow was with 71 DT Danny Shelton on the final play of the third quarter. That inside rush was picked up and walled off flawlessly, and the quick-hitting rub arrow to Tate on the perimeter went for 25 yards. Between the dominant run blocking and amazing consistency in pass protection, this was an outstanding job by the rookie and offensive line coach Jeff Davidson to fix the issues of the first two games. HAMILTON, Ontario (AP) — More than 50 years after taking his first football coaching gig, Jerry Glanville sees the light at the end of the tunnel like only he can.Glanville is completing his first season as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ defensive coordinator after serving as a guest coach in 2017. The Ticats face the Ottawa Redblacks in the East Division final Sunday after beating the B.C. Lions 48-8 in the conference semifinal.“When I took this job my wife (Brenda) asked, ‘How long do you think you’ll stay there?'” Glanville said straight-faced before delivering the punch line with a broad smile. “I said, ‘No longer than 15 years.’“I love it (in CFL), I love everything about it. It’s great fun, great players, the players play hard. It’s just been totally great experience.”He’s appeared in movies, driven race cars and served as a television football analyst. But make no mistake Miles Killebrew Jersey , Glanville — a former linebacker at Northern Michigan University — is a football coach and always will be.“Coaches coach and preachers preach, they take that to the box,” Glanville said. “I’ll be coaching when they put me in the box.“When I was doing TV, Waylon Jennings told me, ‘Quit TV tomorrow. You know more football than anybody. Don’t you dare die without teaching it, don’t you dare die with the music inside you.’ Watching coaches grow and players play is why you never say, ‘I’m done.'”Glanville, a Detroit native who calls Knoxville, Tennessee, home, took his first coaching job in 1967 as Western Kentucky’s defensive coordinator. He spent 20 seasons in the NFL, including nine as a head coach with Houston (1985-89) and Atlanta (1990-93).It was with the Oilers that Glanville coined the now famous phrase, “NFL means ‘not for long,'” while chewing out an official for a bad call. Glanville often stands on the sideline dressed in black with sunglasses, he’s left tickets at will call for the late Elvis Presley and rubbed many people — most notably former Pittsburgh coach Chuck Noll — the wrong way with his words and antics.“You can’t try to live forever, try to live the moment,” Glanville said. “The brave and courageous don’t live forever but those who aren’t never get to live at all. A cat is supposed to have nine lives and I think I’m down to about four. I’ve been very blessed.”The Hamilton job reunited Glanville with Ticats head coach June Jones. Glanville was on the Falcons‘ staff when Jones was a quarterback with the club (1977-81) and the two have worked together in both the NFL (Houston and Atlanta) and NCAA (Hawaii).But the CFL presented challenges for Glanville, none bigger than its unlimited motion.“You have to be smart enough to throw out a lot of your American coverages,” he said. “In the U.S. I’m a full bump-and-run teacher but I don’t full press bump and run anybody that’s off the line. I treat the motion guy like he’s a slotback off the line, then I add four yards in my depth to cover them. You know what? There’s a lot of bump-and-run people playing in the NFL that couldn’t cover anybody up here. It’s different.”Hamilton finished the regular season ranked third against the pass (247.7 yards per game) and fewest yards allowed (334.3), fourth in rushing yards (101.6), sixth in offensive points allowed (23.6 per game) and eighth in sacks (31). On Sunday against B.C., the unit surrendered just 319 total yards and one touchdown while defensive back Frankie Williams registered a pick-six.However, Glanville takes no credit for that performance.“What I tell them (players) is the biggest difference between American and Canadian football is nothing,” he said. “It’s still who hits who in the mouth, who gang tackles, who hustles. It’s your attitude, it’s how you play. I don’t take credit for one thing we do and I shouldn’t because I don’t deserve it. There’s never a game where our guys don’t spill their guts and that’s the fun of it.”Linebacker Larry Dean, who had 106 tackles this season and is a finalist for the CFL’s top defensive player award Womens T.J. Jones Jersey , calls Glanville a “football historian,” who delivers sometimes very colorful messages.“I can’t repeat some of them,” Dean said. “We’re just trying to get as much knowledge from him as we can. He has different philosophies, different ways to look at things and I just find it interestingto pick his brain and get the skin and bones of it.”Glanville credits assistant Ticats head coach Orlondo Steinauer with helping him learn the nuances of Canadian football. But Glanville gushes about the work defensive backs coach Williams Fields and former Ticat Craig Butler, now the team’s special-teams and defensive assistant, have done.However football isn’t what defines Glanville, who’s rubbed elbows with such big-name entertainers as Jennings, Johnny Cash and Burt Reynolds.“I was with Johnny Cash when he was dying,” Glanville said. “When I walked over to see him I said, ‘Gee Johnny, how you doing,’ and he said, ‘I’ve got Parkinson’s and it ain’t funny.’ Waylon Jennings was playing the guitar when I saw him and I said, ‘Waylon, you’re playing the blues.’ He looked at me and said, ‘Coach, sooner or later we all go back to the blues.'”But Glanville took Reynolds’ death in September at the age of 82 especially hard. The two worked together in the ’17 film The Last Movie Star and became close friends.“He taught you humility,” Glanville said. “People would line up three blocks for autographs and he never turned anyone down, he never treated anyone badly, he signed every autograph and spoke to every single person. He was bent over and had a hard time walking but he’d never take a double. He was just that type of guy.”Like Glanville, Reynolds also enjoyed pushing the envelope when he could.“The movie premiere was in Knoxville, because most of it was shot there,” Glanville said. “Burt is onstage with the producer and director and they’re taking questions. So this guy asks what Burt thought about the people of Tennessee. Burt looked at him and said, ‘The first thing we’ve got to realize is we all don’t have a chance to live in Georgia.’ Now who else would do that? The crowd cheered. Anybody else would’ve been booed off the stage.”FOX Fantasy AutoForm a Racing Team, Compete for PrizesPlay Now!
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