So I’m going to do something a little bit unusual from the usual Packers Playbook series; first off I’m going to breakdown a special teams play, namely Davon House’s blocked punt which turned into a special teams touchdown, but ru because I want to hear your rationale for running this play because frankly I don’t really understand it.
The Situation: The score is 7 to 3 in Green Bay’s favor and the Packers defense has just forced a 4th down. The Jaguars have stayed in the game longer than most people had predicted but it’s probably more because the Packers seem to be off rather than any offensive firepower displayed by the Jaguars.
The Formation: To be honest I wasn’t able to find any of the position names for any of the positions, so I will be using my best approximations. Naturally first off is KR Randall Cobb (18), who for obvious reasons is not in the picture and since this is a blocked punt play, is irrelevant to the play. In the gunner/jammer positions are CB Davon House (31) aligning to the top of the screen and CB Jarrett Bush (24) and CB Casey Hayward (29) aligned to the bottom of the screen. In terms of linemen (are they called linemen?), at RDE is ILB Jamari Lattimore (57) and at LDE is OLB Dezman Moses. In the “middle” at DT is ILB Robert Francois (49) and TE Ryan Taylor (82). In the “backfield” are SS Sean Richardson (28) and FS MD Jennings (43).