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BDL 2022 Week 8 - Anchorage Trappers @ Seoul Dragons


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BDL 2022 Week 8

Match:  Anchorage Trappers @ Seoul Dragons

 Away Owner:  @Scoundrel

Home Owner: @RedGold

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Anchorage Trappers



QB- Joe Burrow

RB- Jonathan Taylor

X- Donovan Peoples-Jones

Z- Brandin Cooks 

TE- Kyle Pitts

TE- Isaiah Likely 

LT- Andrew Thomas 

LG- Dalton Risner 

C- Erik McCoy

RG- Austin Corbett

RT- Terence Steele


RB- Josh Jacobs

RB- Eno Benjamin 

WR- Zay Jones

TE- Tommy Tremble

T/G- Jamaree Salyer

T- Rob Havenstein

G- Jon Runyan Jr

C- Frank Ragnow



LE- Sam Hubbard

UT- Jordan Davis

NT- Vita Vea

RE- Bradley Chubb

MLB- Micah Parsons 

SLB- Isaiah Simmons 

CB- Patrick Surtain 

CB- Jaylon Johnson

Nickel- Jaycee Horn

FS- Jessie Bates lll

SS- Talanoa Hufanga 


Edge- Aidan Hutchinson

Edge- Alex Highsmith

INT- Greg Gaines

INT- DaQuan Jones

INT- Ed Oliver

LB- Mykal Walker

CB- Kristian Fulton

S- Budda Baker



Seoul Dragons

QB: Russell Wilson
RB: Dameon Pierce
WR: Marquez Valdes-Scantling
TE:  Travis Kelce
TE: Pat Freiermuth
WR: George Pickens
LT:  Ronnie Stanley
LG:  Joe Thuney
C:   Josh Myers
RG:  James Daniels
RT:  Spencer Brown

Bench:  RB: Kenneth Walker
Bench:  WR: Rashod Bateman
Bench:  WR: Devante Parker
Bench:  WR: Mecole Hardman
Bench:  TE: Trey McBride
Bench:  T Larry Borom
Bench:  G  Brandon Scherff
Bench:  G Dylan Parham


LE:  Frank Clark
DT:  Dexter Lawrence
DT:  Foley Fatukasi
RE:  Joe Tryon
LB:  Demario Davis
LB: K’won Alexander
CB:  Kyler Gordon
CB:  Kaiir Elam
NB: Taron Johnson
FS:  Richie Grant
SS:  Kerby Joseph

Bench:   LE Dayo Odeyingbo
Bench:   DT Roy Lopez
Bench:  DT Payton Turner
Bench:  Edge Sam Williams
Bench:  CB Marco Wilson
Bench:  CB Joshua Williams
Bench:  S Daxton Hill
Bench:  S Bryan Cook

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Anchorage Trappers


We face our rival and good friends the Dragons this week. A rematch of our Week 3 game, we look to build off of our momentum of a five game winning streak. 

Offense: 2 TE (40%), 3 Wide (30%), 2 RB (20%), 4 Wide (10%)

We are going to prioritize our 2TE set this week and out of that we will motion/split out our TE’s as big slots to give us 3 and 4 wide looks. We will really focus on the things we do best with our zone rushing attack and our combo routing giving Burrow a variety of matchups and areas of the field to target varying our route tree across the field. We will go with a 50/50 pass/run ratio this week as we welcome Josh Jacobs to the team. We will use motion to help determine coverages with our tight ends. In our 2 RB one of our TE will come off the field. 

Zone Rushing:
We will utilize inside and outside zone. We want to pound the ball inside causing Seoul to close down the middle and then heavily attack their edges. We look for a 40/60 inside/outside zone split with that inside zone happening early to set up our outside zone and then once they start spreading back out late in the game we will gash them back inside with our inside zone to finish them off. We want to get both Taylor and Jacobs 15-17 carries each this game. In our 2RB we will use some tosses outside and some misdirection and counters inside. We will at times in our 2 TE set utilize Likely as an H-Back. 

Combo Routing/Pass Game: Despite losing Chase to injury we believe in Burrow’s ability to attack a defense and spread the ball around. We are going to provide Burrow with several areas of the field to target. We are going to have some deep shots outside early testing the Seoul corners while working to some comebacks and back shoulder throws when the corners start to anticipate more deep patterns and start backing off. When we split out Pitts or Likely we will implement a lot of double crossers with both of them. Pitts and Likely will have some seam stretching opportunities and will also work some underneath routes when our outside receivers work the deeper field. DPJ will get some deep post and corner opportunities looking to pull away safety coverage from Cooks or provide us with some big play opportunities against one on one coverage. Our backs will be utilized on wheels and swings getting them the ball in space. We believe our line can hold up in pass pro enough to get the backs out quickly as weapons and safety nets. Pitts and Likely will alternate reps between slot and in-line in the 3 wide and both will be big slots in 4 wide. We are going to incorporate play action off of our rushing attack and use a few RPO plays. 


Defense: Nickel (Heavy Single High Man,  Cover 2 Shell, SS Robber), Dime against 4/5 wide, 4-3 against 2 TE sets:

We will be in a Nickel base to combat the Seoul 3 wide. When they run their 2 TE formation we will play a 4-3. Against 4 wide and more we play Dime. Walker joins the second level as the third backer in the 4-3 and Hufanga is in the box. Our Dime will feature Fulton as the Dime and Parsons and Hufanga at the second level in the box.

Coverage and Blitzing:
We will play a mix of man and zone this week. If they want to come out in the five wide we will run various zones (2/3/6) against it. 4 receiver or less formations will see us play a 60/40 mix of man/zone. In man against the 3 wide we are going to double Kelce with Hufanga and Parsons. Simmons has the RB, Horn has Slot and Bates has single high. Against 4 wide in man, Parsons has RB and Hufanga has a middle zone robber, but if Kelce is in the game as a four wide Hufanga will double him with Fulton. Against 2TE Simmons has TE2 and Walker has doubling Kelce with Hufanga while Parsons has RB. Against 2 wide Horn plays the other corner outside opposite Surtain. We will play sides to disguise coverage. If they go 2RB instead of the 2TE then Simmons has the second RB in man. When we run cover 2 we will mix between having outside corners drop to the other deep half opposite Bates while the nickel or Hufanga whichever is on the side of the bailing corner screams down to flats on that side. Parsons will blitz often when we are in zone and he will blitz from all over the front.

Defensive Front and Run Defense:
We play our typical gap responsibilities and do not want to give a very good running game any free lanes. We will rotate our dline regularly to keep them fresh. We have a stout interior and strong run defenders on the edge. We will utilize Hutchinson more this week in an even rotation with Hubbard. If no hurry up is being used we can dictate this rotation more effectively as Hubbard will play more early downs and Hutchinson will get more 3rd down opportunities and will rush from a two point stance at all times. In 3rd and long to go situations we will kick Chubb inside for one of our DT’s and have Highsmith as a stand up edge in his place. Highsmith will also see regular rotation reps at end behind Chubb. Hufanga is playing primarily in the box all game as the Seoul running game is a greater threat than their passing game currently. 



Seoul Dragons


Offensive Strategy:  
Formations:  12 Personnel(50%), 11 Personnel(50%)
Scheme:  Pass(50%),  Run(50%)
Tempo:  Normal


Passing:   We will work with a PA passing game this week.   Kelce/Freiermuth will rotate with motions to help determine coverage.   Outside WR’s will have a full route tree, We will look to catch our interior targets along the sidelines.

Running:   We will come out with zone concepts this week in the run game, AVT was a big loss but James Daniels has been playing a quality LG this week and we still believe our OL is a strength.    Between Pierce and Walker we believe we can wear down the front 7 of Anchorage.  

Defensive Strategy:      

Formations:  4-2 Nickel

Passing:  Mostly zone coverages this week from Seoul.  We will mix cover 2/4/6.     In the rare occasion we come out in man, it will be cover 1.   Davis will have freedom in these situations, either delayed blitzes or bracketing the inside targer.

Elam -  Chase
Gordon – Cooks
Johnson – 3rd WR
Alexander – TE
Joseph - RB



Anchorage brings a solid OL to this matchup and typically runs a pretty balanced offense.   Our DL will be playing gap focused this week.   Our Front 7 is pretty stout against the run, so we won’t put too much focus on this part of the game.    Just have our Front 7 play game focused.

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Seoul will have some success running but I don't think it will be enough.  Anchorage comes out in two TE and Seoul doesn't even have a third LB rostered though I guess they could jump into a 3-4.  Regardless, I don't think they have the pass rush to maintain zone long enough for Burrow not to find some openings.


Anchorage 24-14

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