Bills Center Mitch Morse and the Bills offensive line now have a new offensive line coach in Aaron Kromer. Kromer has had a massive amount of success with an array of talent in the NFL. Morse joins Erik, Anthony and Kendall in The Film Room to break down some of the new techniques that Kromer is implementing.
0:00 | Intro & Opening Thoughts
4:00 | Influence of OL Coaches
7:42 | QB & Center relationship
9:32 | Chess match up front
12:20 | Importance of muscle memory
17:44 | Film – Snatch trap technique
26:01 | Varying your attack/defense
28:13 | Film – Pop set vs Falcons
34:18 | Increase in gap runs in 2021
39:28 | What can we expect from Kromer?
42:25 | Next man up – Ryan Bates
45:44 | Outro & Closing Thoughts
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