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This summer, NFL Films' Greg Cosell will be doing a series of posts for Shutdown Corner taking a deeper look into the finer points of football, explaining how fans can look for the subtle nuances that make the game so interesting beneath the surface.I love coming in and putting on the tape of J.J. Watt.We all know how productive the Houston Texans defensive end is, but I appreciate how he does it.When you watch a broadcast, the announcers will talk about what a great athlete Watt is. And he is definitely a great athlete. But there's so much more to his game. He combines every essential positive attribute you'd want in a high-level defensive lineman. Then you include the tremendous athletic ability, and it's practically unfair.I want to show you 10 plays from last season that show off all of Watt's various skills, and get down to the essence of what makes Watt so great. You'll see him win plays in just about every way conceivable for a defensive lineman. He's an impressive guy.
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On this play, Watt shows great technique. He gets his inside arm past the outside shoulder of the tackle. It's athleticism too, because after he gets the arm past, he moves his feet really quickly to straighten out. Some guys could do the first part, and get their inside arm past the tackle, but then they'd get pushed upfield. This is a great example of flattening to get to the quarterback.A replay on the television broadcast clearly showed how getting his arm underneath allowed him to beat the tackle to the outside.
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This is a classic example of understanding the leverage game. The tackle is done. Not because Watt is incredibly strong, though he is. The tackle could weigh 500 pounds and he'd be done on this play, because Watt uses leverage once the right tackle gets overextended and his foot is off the ground. That's knowing how to play.I work with Darrell Campbell, a former defensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he can explain what Watt did here better than I can:
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"When we say he understands the leverage game, it's in between the steps in the offensive lineman's set," Campbell said. "When you pass set back, at any given time you'll be on one foot when you kick. It's hard to move a 300-pound offensive lineman. But if you have functional strength and mobility and understand moving him in between steps, that's what frustrates offensive linemen. That's why you see 300-, 320-pound linemen get tossed, because some players understand the nuances of gaining leverage between steps."These shots from the television broadcast show how he gained the leverage.