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e New York Jets for the first of two contests against their division rival. The Bills will look to lean on their defense for a victory with the offense sputtering this season. A healthy pass rush will go a long way toward a win Youth Ryan Groy Jersey , so we turn our sights towards a man who should see a healthy dose of Shaq Lawson and Lorenzo Alexander come Sunday. That’s right, offensive linemen week continues as we preview right tackle Brandon Shell. Play 1Cut blocks make a somewhat regular appearance by the Jets’ linemen—Brandon Shell in particular. Initially, the block on this play is effective as the defender skitters sideways to move around Shell. However, the second wave of defense is fast enough to reach the play before Shell can get back up and continue blocking. When timed right, these can be quite effective. A miscue runs the risk of dooming a play. Play 2In the first play, Brandon Shell is cutting in a crowd, which causes the defense to move around the lineman. Shell will sometimes execute a cut block when faced with a single opponent such as with this play. The timing is more critical Youth Tre'Davious White Jersey , but Shell hits this one nicely on a defender in a Wide-9 alignment. This block gives ample time for the rest of the team to execute. Play 3Similarly, Shell will occasionally be asked to block on the move where a quick-impact style of blocking is effective. This play goes horribly wrong. The angles taken by the lineman suggest this catch shouldn’t have been made behind the line of scrimmage as it was. Making it worse, the receiver has to jump to catch the ball and loses most of his momentum. As Shell tries to make the block there’s no way physics allow him to change his angle as much as is necessary. Play 4Shell is at his best when making quick hits and moving. Almost like a pinball, he causes chaos against the Chicago Bears’ defense and keeps Darnold’s right side clean almost solo. Play 5Here’s another pinball play. As Brandon Shell tries to shove Andre Branch to the interior, he starts to rotate toward the backfield. Despite being knocked around in the trenches, he’s able to subtly get his shoulder where it need to be to hit Bobby McCain. The Miami Dolphins overload the play and make a nice stop, but Shell’s awareness is a positive. Play 6One-on-one Youth Star Lotulelei Jersey , Brandon Shell likes to try to get quick contact and keep defenders at an arm’s length. He’s successful initially and is able to hold the ball long enough for the pass to get off. Defenders who use hesitation moves are able to set Shell up on a fairly regular basis. As he extends, a delayed movement means he misses contact and the defender can slip around. The back-and-forth contact on this play is part of the reason Shell loses the block at the end. Play 7Shell sets up the quick contact and Stephen Weatherly doesn’t back off. The result plays into Shell’s strengths as he maintains good position to negate the rip move and follow on the spin. Play 8Here’s that hesitation move I was talking about. Danielle Hunter does a small stutter step and a compact swim motion to prevent Shell’s left hand from properly trailing. As a result, Shell is little more than a speed-bump. Play 9Shell really does shine with quick impacts almost like a tight end blocking on the move. Akeem Spence is going toe-to-toe with Shell. As the contest continues and extends beyond power vs. power, Spence’s swat combines with Shell leaning too far into the block to make this happen. In ConclusionThe Buffalo Bills use a lot of Wide 9 alignment from the defensive ends which should lead to a good number of one-on-one match-ups against Brandon Shell. Shaq Lawson and Lorenzo Alexander will have the ability to come out on top with a few finesse techniques. Both edge players for the Bills will have to be careful not to be put on the ground with a cut block, however. After reviewing the film on Shell, it’s clear there will be opportunities to be had on the right side of the Jets’ offensive line. Levi Wallace had a heck of a year. As an undrafted free agent, the rookie landed with the Buffalo Bills where he fell to the practice squad with a cornerback group having decent depth to start the year. In Week two Youth Jordan Poyer Jersey , Vontae Davis retired at halftime which eventually led to Phillip Gaines taking over opposite Tre’Davious White. Phillip Gaines had a bit of an issue with defensive pass interference (among other concerns) and was cut after a particularly bad outing against Da Bears. With a suddenly depleted defensive back roster, Wallace got the call to the active squad and never looked back. Let’s see how he did. Play 1This is Levi Wallace’s first drive of his first regular season NFL action. It’s pretty impressive that he diagnoses the play, directs one of the budding stars in Matt Milano, and then attacks the perfect receiver for the play call. Not every pre-snap routine is top notch like this one, but Wallace is constantly communicating. For his part of the play itself, he drives as soon as he sees Quincy Enunwa turn his head. The pass is deflected, but even had it been caught this play is dead in the water thanks to Wallace. Play 2That isn’t to say he won’t make some mistakes. Wallace is so fixated on his man that he essentially tackles Matt Milano. As a result Buffalo Bills Hats , some options open up for the Jets, though luckily they didn’t capitalize. Play 3Wallace’s aggressive nature can be a problem as well. Here that combines with good ol’ fashioned inexperience. Not realizing the receiver is coming in to block, Levi Wallace bites inside. By the time Wallace realizes what’s up the play is lost. Play 4More rookie eagerness and inexperience prevents a splash play in this clip. Wallace skirts the edge quite well and is in position to make a tackle five or six yards behind the line of scrimmage. He takes a bad angle to the inside and the running back gets outside of Wallace. The run still goes down as a loss, but this is a play Levi Wallace likely wanted a do-over on. Play 5Let’s take a look at pass coverage. Wallace wasn’t tested as much as you might expect as an undrafted rookie. He often held up well, with solid instincts and change of direction ability to stay with his man. Wallace is in good position here thanks to good anticipation on the route. Play 6And here’s a big reason why Wallace held up well in the final stretch of games. The ability to flip his hips leads to an easier time changing direction while maintaining speed. Play 7To start with the bad, Wallace nearly always turns sideways immediately at the snap rather than backpedal. Sometimes Wallace even telegraphs this pre-snap. This is something that can be taken advantage of by shiftier receivers. To close with the good, Levi Wallace is like glue on this route Buffalo Bills Hoodie , even navigating the hesitation move beautifully. SummaryLevi Wallace is a pleasant surprise, becoming the rare case where the depth players work out better than the planned starter. Wallace shows good awareness that unfortunately isn’talways matched by his experience and ability. There are a few things a clever team could exploit in Wallace’s game but several other aspects that make it hard to play against him. Wallace has already outplayed expectations, but look for him to make a bigger impression in year two.
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