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Keith Butler...I am gonna have to talk to you about this https://www.steelerssportshop.com/Chukwuma-Okorafor-Jersey , friend. The Steelers had just tied the game with the Chargers off a Jaylen Samuels touchdown, and then, all of the sudden, Keith Butler schemes one of the worst drives I have ever seen. For some reason, he had a prevalence of concepts and personnel that should have never been used on that drive, period. Let us break down how Keith Butler never set up his guys to succeed on this drive. To start the drive, they only got a two-yard gain, but from there on out, it was a straight disaster for the Steelers.The Steelers come out in what looks to be off-man coverage. By virtue, off-man is designed to stop things in front of guys, so, I have no clue why the defense is playing hands-off here, especially when any of the CBs can be beat by a simple slant. With that in mind, it does take away a big play, but the middle of the field looks to be open, especially with that weird stunt with Bud Dupree and Vince Williams that quite honestly has not worked all year long, but Butler keeps using it. Regardless, you cannot ask these guys to play off-man, not give them help over the middle, and then expect them to not give up 10-12 yards on an in-breaking route. Haden obviously is selling out for the out breaking route and by virtue of that, he gives up inside leverage, which is an easy completion for Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen.That was only the start of the drive, but it was equally the most perplexing of them all. Aggressive press-man with blitzes is how your defense has thrived all year, so why not use it? They simply never did that, and part of the passivity of Butlers blitzing schemes has caused this defense to regress. The past two games, the Steelers have had their lowest percentage of designed blitzes, and I dont know why. Sure, T.J. Watt and Javon Hargrave were near a sack just about every play this game, but that really is no excuse to paint this as a good schematic decision. Those stunts have gotten you the pressure you have needed all year, and going away from it is questionable at best. When your defense is getting toasted, you need to be aggressive and bring +6 man blitzes, and I mean that. That is how you get your splash plays, and honestly, Butlers defensive passivity is to blame just as much as Ben Roethlisbergers missed opportunities for this loss. Take a look at this:This really doesnt look all too bad at first. They just caught the middle of the field when it was weak Dan McCullers Jersey , and the dump off was wide open. Classic Patriots-like influence that has spread around the league, right? Sure, maybe, but here is why Keith Butler really messed up here. This, at best, should have been a 4 yard gain.Lets call this play Cover 3 Williams fire. There really is no stunt here on the blitz, Vince just comes down and blitzes over the LG. Cameron Heyward and Stephon Tuitt crash in on the A gaps, so be that hopefully that LG goes after Heyward and gives Williams an opening, and if the LT goes after Vince, Bud Dupree has a one-on-one matchup with Austin Ekeler who is blocking before releasing on a short release route. I get that. That is smart scheming. So, the coverage is a cover-3 based coverage on a 5-man blitz. Okay, fine, Sean Davis, Joe Haden, and Coty Sensabaugh each take one-third of the field. L.J. Fort, Mike Hilton, and Terrell Edmunds all cover the underneath stuff. Now, what we have to understand about Cover 3 is that it is incredibly passive and easily recognizable. You simply cannot go out there and not disguise anything. Davis or Edmunds need to cheat down to show a blitz, or even better, Hilton should do it. There are a few reasons why this is just scheming, but the lack of disguising is huge. Vince Williams lines up right over the LG and he just blocks him. Why would you not disguise that? It defeats the purpose of the blitz, and I will tell you this, defensive players do not cheat up to the line like that without it being told to them.Rivers can see the whole thing, and just in case, for some reason, Hilton comes on a delayed blitz (his outward facing hip would indicate against that), he simply gives Gates a key read, and Ekeler is audibled to stay in. Phillip Rivers audibled out of his initial look to this play, and it, in all ways, is a cover-3 beater, and the Steelers have no answer for it. Double comeback routes and a streak are all notorious cover 3 beaters. As for Gates, he just has to read the coverage and delayed blitz. If it is a delayed blitz, he simply chips Hilton Jesse James Color Rush Jersey , and breaks off from there. Now, as he reads the middle of the field, his key read is Fort. If Fort drops into a zone in the middle, he runs that drag, if he drops further back to the boundary, the short fade is money, because Edmunds isnt getting there.Sure, Fort could have gotten off Edmunds sooner, but this was a schematic mess that left Ekeler has a completely open option.Butler offers no flexibility or disguising on this. The blitz is explicit and so is the coverage, something you never want. The most egregious part of this might not even be that, however, as theoretically, Butler can give keys for Williams to flip this play (towards the strong side). Theoretically, that is exactly what he should have done. Fort and Williams should have switched and Williams should have crashed down over the RG, with Hilton have the opportunity to fake a blitz, thus causing Gates to get out of his route later than anticipated, while Hilton can still go out and cover the streak in the slot. That, my friends, is good scheming. Keith Butler did none of those things.I wish I didnt have to talk about this, but could they not have used Marcus Allen instead of Jon Bostic? I mean, seriously, I would much rather have had Allen on Allen than Bostic there, and I gotta say, the rookie played darn well in his first action ever. Schematically, this is just a disaster by Butler. Why is Bostic lined up on the inside of Allen? You are just giving up outside leverage, and sure, Bostic isnt very agile, but if that is your issue, just use Marcus Allen.Personnel wise, this makes no sense for Butler to use Bostic, and honestly, I cant even blame Bostic. He was not set up for success here, at all.So, if you are not looking at the refs https://www.steelerssportshop.com/Arthur-Moats-Jersey , Big Ben, or anyone else, the chief loser of this game is Keith Butler. His lack of schematic competence lost the Steelers this one, straight up. It would be nice to see the Steelers know how to scheme properly, and if they did, this defense would not be nearly as suspect as it is now, but alas, Keith Butler is at the helm. All I can say is, please take over all personnel and play calling decisions, Mike Tomlin. Thanks. The only consistent aspect of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2018 have been their inconsistencies, but maybe this trend is starting to change.After an opening week tie with the Cleveland Browns, followed by a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Steelers had shown it all amazing offense, head-scratching play calling and shoddy defense, among others.Needless to say, the Steelers experienced a precipitous drop in the weekly NFL Power Rankings because of their poor play which resulted in a 0-1-1 record heading into Week 3. However, a 30-27 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football had the Steelers on the rise. Right on cue, the next week they suffered a 26-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football, the Pittsburgh roller coaster was again on the decline.Have no fear Steelers fans, a dominant performance in Week 5 vs. the Atlanta Falcons in followed by a big win over the Cincinnati Bengals has the team continuing on their upward trend. Or as Mike Tomlin would say, The arrow is pointing up. Throw in their most recent win, a Week 8 win over the Browns, and it is safe to say it looks like the Steelers have turned the proverbial corner.So, where do they rank in the latest Power Rankings?We all realize these power rankings mean nothing, but theyre great for conversation and debate. This week, the Steelers saw themselves claw their way back into the Top 10, but some are still hesitant in the black-and-gold.Coming off their Week 8 win, the Steelers will be looking to continue their winning ways as they prepare for the Baltimore Ravens in Week 8, and a win would certainly resurrect their rankings status.Check out the rankings, and let us know what you think in the comment section below!ESPN1. Los Angeles Rams2. Kansas City Chiefs3. New Orleans Saints4. New England Patriots5. Los Angeles Chargers6. Carolina Panthers7. Pittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers have been spooked into dropping the football too often. Pittsburghs offense has 11 fumbles through seven games, including five for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and three for running back James Conner. The offense recorded 15 fumbles all of last season. Though many of the fumbles were recovered, coach Mike Tomlin values ball security above nearly all else.8. Minnesota Vikings9. Philadelphia Eagles10. Baltimore RavensUSA Today1. Los Angeles Rams2. New Orleans Saints3. New England Patriots4. Kansas City Chiefs5. Los Angeles Chargers6. Pittsburgh SteelersTreat there are few things more fun right now than watching TE Vance McDonald consistently go Mark Bavaro on opposing defenders.7. Washington Redskins8. Carolina Panthers9. Minnesota Vikings10. Philadelphia EaglesSB Nation1. Los Angeles Rams2. New England Patriots3. Kansas City Chiefs4. New Orleans Saints5. Los Angeles Chargers6. Pittsburgh Steelers7. Carolina Panthers8. Chicago Bears9. Washington Redskins10. Philadelphia EaglesNBC Sports1. Los Angeles Rams2. New Orleans Saints 3. Kansas City Chiefs4. New England Patriots5. Pittsburgh SteelersWhy theyre here: Who needs LeVeon Bell? James Connor has had three straight games over over 110 rushing yards and two touchdowns. This team is a contender, with Bell or not.6. Los Angeles Chargers7. Minnesota Vikings8. Washington Redskins9. Carolina Panthers10. Houston Texans
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