The Detroit Lions and head coach Matt Patricia curated a gameplan that forced QB Josh Allen to play from the pocket. They limited his ability to extend plays outside of the pocket and really forced him to ‘play QB.’ The rookie answered by doing just that. Allen rarely pulled the ball down too early or looked to escape the pocket. Instead, he trusted his offensive line, he trusted the scheme, and he let the game come to him. His showing in the 14-13 win was very promising, so we jumped into the film room to break down some of his play from the Week 15 matchup.
1:43-Spacing Concept to Robert Foster
6:53-Spacing Concept to Zay Jones
14:51-Air Raid Mesh/Flood concept to Robert Foster
22:35-3x1Josh Allen rushing touchdown
28:48-Empty set Deep V route by Robert Foster
35:04-Mills Concept to Deonte Thompson drop
44:24-Cross Concept to Isaiah McKenzie
51:55-Deep over TD to Robert Foster
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