ONN – Derek Carr To Ryan Grant TD Pass Raiders Vs Cardinals 2019 NFL Preseason Highlights
Oakland Raiders first team offense scored it’s first touchdown versus the Arizona Cardinals last week on a kind of “rub” play.
The touchdown pass play came out of a three wide receiver set, with one back. Ryan Grant was Z but at the W, or “wing”, position. Foster Moreau, the Tight End (wearing Oakland Raiders Legend Dave Casper’s #87) was the middle slot receiver, and ran a kind of route that put him between Grant and the would be Cardinals Linebacker that was to cover him. Meanwhile, Tyrell Williams, at Split End out wide, ran a standard “In” pattern – with the idea of taking the defender inside and away from where Grant was to run.
The Tight End, Foster Moreau, ran an effective in pattern and caused enough space between the Cardinals Linebacker and Grant. That allowed Grant to run to the end zone pylon and score.
It’s a dangerous play only if a linebacker is stationed over Grant and chucks him, thus disrupting timing.
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