The Good and the Bad Sides of Antonio Cromartie

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Now we are going to take a look at the other side. This is a look at the Mike Wallace touchdown from last week.

The Steelers line Ben up in the gun, Wallace is down to the bottom of the screen, to the inside of Antonio Brown. Cromartie is down at the bottom as well, lined up near Kyle Wilson.

Let’s watch as this progresses down the field.

Big Ben is scrambling around a bit to buy himself some time, as he is facing some pressure from the Jets’ front. Mike Wallace is making his move to the outside. With Kyle Wilson on Antonio Brown, it’s Wallace and Cromartie one on one as they head on down the field. Ben is getting ready to let it go for Wallace, and give his guy a chance to make a play….

As we pull ahead, we isloate on the Cromartie/Wallace matchup. Look at the position that Cromartie has. It’s actually really good. At the five yard line, Cromartie is right with Wallace, keeping his body between the receiver and the quarterback. In this position, it will take a perfect throw from Ben for a completion.

Turn the page, and we will look at how it plays out.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Antonio Cromartie

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