We’re going to give this a whirl and see if the NFL wants to allow us to break down this footage or not. Hopefully, they will.
We’re taking a look at a number of the key plays from the Green Bay Packers 31-23 win over the Chicago Bears in week 1.
This, so long as we can do it, is the evolution of Total View.
Very good Shawn! I did not like the Randall pick, however he appeared to hold up well as the outside corner. Looks like Hayward is the slot in nickel.
THIS WAS AWESOME! I really enjoyed the slo-mo playback, as well as the analysis. I have always liked this site, largely for the irreverence, and sometimes for the insight. However, this just raised the bar to a whole new level, and was easily the most value-added piece you have come up with in my opinion. Again: AWESOME!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!
Simply the best piece on this website bar none. Although I will miss Total View play by play, this is an even better look at the game review. Thanks for the hard work!!!
I echo the compliments above – this is great!
I feel like I know more about football than 99% of the people I watch with. And then I watch this and realize I know basically nothing.
Well done, sir!
Awesome, Shawn, will definitely miss the full write up but this may be even more rewarding, Dunno if you have the time, but video breakdowns of the position groups (including STs as a whole) throughout the week would be awesome. If that’s too much maybe 1 or vids highlighting what you felt were the best and worst groups for that game.
Anyway, again, great piece,looking forward to more.
Great job Shawn. Hope we can see this weekly. Throw in the TD and other pass plays, they’re always fun to see again.
Could watch that INT of GBs 12th man (Cutty) by #1-LB over and over again….
What an amazing read at a perfect time – I had just finished telling bears fan sitting behind me at Soldiers Field that Cutty was due for one….
Great job on the play analysis, looking forward to more….
Awesome. A definite upgrade to the Always excellent word only version of TV. I would suggest incorporating the two…by having a short 20-30 sec intro piece that lists the conclusions & themes (like u did in the written version) then use the video breakdown & key plays to illustrate it & to tie them all together. It might even save you time in the long run since you wont have to verbally set up each play you analyze & tell us what to look for…since the intro would already give the viewer a map to follow. Everybody’s a film critic, right? lol lol Nah, Great job!!