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/>Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBig Blue Viewa New York Giants communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryGiantsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015 http://www.giantslockerroom.com/authent ... son-jersey , Week 17Filed under:New York Giants News2019 NFL DraftWhy did the Giants draft Oshane Ximines?New,203commentsDave Gettleman — “We need pass rush help”EDTShareTweetShareShareWhy did the Giants draft Oshane Ximines?Oshane Ximines (7) at the Senior Bowl.John David Mercer-USA TODAY SportsThe answer to the question in the headline — “Why did the Giants draft Oshane Ximines?” — is really a simple one. The Giants needed pass rush help off the edge, and they felt Ximines could provide it.The Giants were 30th in the NFL in sacks last season. They traded their best EDGE player in 2018, Olivier Vernon, to the Cleveland Browns. Connor Barwin, Kerry Wynn, Josh Mauro and Mario Edwards are no longer Giants. Ximines racked up 12 sacks, 18.5 tackles for loss and 4 forced fumbles playing for Old Dominion last season.“We need pass rush help,” Gettleman said. “We feel we have really addressed it with Dexter Lawrence and this kid. We got inside pass rush help and we got outside pass rush help. The quicker you get to the passer, the less time corners have to cover and good stuff happens.” Why the 6-foot-3, 253-pound Ximines rather than any of the other available EDGE players? GM Dave Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur explained the pick shortly after it was made.“Oshane Ximines, ‘X-Man’ – he’s a scheme fit for us. He’s a guy that’s played a lot of football – 48 starts, has been very productive, many sacks. He’s got a good first step. He’s a good edge player. I think he’s going to be a real good fit for our defense in base, as well as in nickel,” Shurmur said. “Not to mention, as good a player as he is, as productive as he is, he’s an even better person. He’s going to be another real good scheme fit for our locker room. I called him to tell him we were going to draft him, and he quickly said hello and dropped the phone. He’s probably as excited a player to hear that he was going to be a New York Football Giant as anybody that I’ve called in the last couple years.”The Giants did not have a pick in Round 2 after their trade up to No. 30 in Round 1 to select cornerback Deandre Baker. They felt like they got a second-round player in Ximines Doug Kotar Jersey , though, as Gettleman said the Giants “had a second round value on him, the bottom of the second.”The Giants considered moving up for Ximines“As the board was breaking, we started talking with about 14 or 15 picks left,” Gettleman said. “Bottom line is, we were thinking about trading up, but I said no, we’ll hold our water because I didn’t want to give up our four (fourth-round pick) or two fives (fifth-round pick) for tomorrow, because of what our board looks like. So, he was a target for sure.”Gettleman said the Giants seriously considered moving up about a half-dozen spots before their 95th pick.“We were at No. 95, and we were thinking six could get us up to No. 90, get us up five spots, but let’s just hold our water for now, and I’m glad we did,” he said.What will Ximines’ role be?Gettleman made it clear that the Giants believe Ximines is “not a designated pass rusher. He’s a legit three-down player.”Shurmur said that Ximines has the versatility to play in both odd and even fronts?“He’s an edge player for us, so he would play the outside ‘backer spot for us when we are five on the line,” he said. “We can take the nose out and he’s a pass rusher in a four-man front. He can be a three-down player.”A little Osi?Ximines forced 11 fumbles over the past three seasons. A speed-rushing defensive end who forces fumbles? Of course he drew comparisons to former Giants great Osi Umenyiora.“He has some stuff. As Pat said, the forcing of the fumbles has a lot to do with length and arm length and a knack, which he has,” Gettleman said. “He’s got some things he’s gotta polish up before we put him in that category. To answer your question Womens Curtis Riley Jersey , the kid really [has] legitimate pass rush ability.”Small school transitionThe Giants aren’t worried about Ximines’ ability to handle the transition to a much higher level of competition.“The litmus test is he went to Old Dominion, he went to ODU. It’s a Division I program, but obviously it’s not a Power Five. He’s at Old Dominion, so you say to yourself, would this kid start in the ACC? Could he possibly start in the SEC? You think about those things, and he can,” Gettleman said. “The interesting thing about him is because he’s played so much and the kind of kid he is, as Pat said, he has legitimate counter pass rushing ability, counter pass rushing moves. “Most of the kids coming out of college have their move when they come off the ball, or they come of the ball they know what they want to do, and if the tackle thwarts them, they don’t know what to do. They’re not power rushers, they get stuck. Oshane can counter punch, which is what made (Broncos LB Bradley) Chubb so special last year.” The Giants don’t get the sack, but creative play design helps them get off the field" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBig Blue Viewa New York Giants communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryGiantsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 17Filed under:New York Giants NewsSummer School: Dissecting an exotic blitz schemeNew,30commentsThe Giants don’t get the sack, but creative play design helps them get off the fieldEDTShareTweetShareShareSummer School: Dissecting an exotic blitz schemeJames Lang-USA TODAY SportsIn our first in-depth breakdown of a play from the New York Giants 2018 season, we took a look at the offense and how deception and good play design can allow the Giants to put their playmakers in position to succeed. This time we will turn to the defense. Giants’ defensive coordinator James Bettcher is known for his aggressive and creative blitz schemes. And while the Giants did not have anything like the defensive production they hoped they would last year Calvin Munson Jersey , there were still good and informative plays to study. Let’s take a look at one of the more exotic blitzes Bettcher has dialed up — and see how even when a pass rush doesn’t get home, it can still be a positive play.The playBefore we get into the nitty-gritty of the play, let’s just take a look at the play.This is on the Giants’ first defensive series (the Eagles first offensive possession). The Giants scored a touchdown to open the game and are looking to get the ball back for the offense on a third-and-10. True to his nature, Bettcher called an aggressive, and exotic, blitz to try and rattle the quarterback, if not come up with the sack.All-22Yeah, there is a LOT going on with this play, and in motion it looks like nothing so much as (barely) organized chaos. So let’s take a look at a still diagram and start at the very beginning.There are several remarkable aspects to this play, and we’ll start with the personnel and alignment. The Giants are in a dime package, with six defensive backs on the field (Janoris Jenkins, B.W. Webb, Grant Haley, Curtis Riley, Landon Collins, Michael Thomas, and Sean Chandler) and only four front seven players. Notably, they line up with only one down lineman, EDGE Lorenzo Carter, who lines up at nose tackle. The Giants field no defensive linemen in this package Infant Oshane Ximines Jersey , with EDGE Olivier Vernon and linebackers Alec Ogletree and Tae Davis rounding out the personnel grouping. The next is the blitz design itself. The Giants are obviously showing blitz, but with as many as seven potential rushers, it is difficult for the opposing quarterback to know from where the pressure will come. Ultimately, the Giants bring five rushers, all from the defensive right (offensive left) in an overload blitz. Philly accounted for this, calling a quick wide receiver screen to get the ball out before the pressure could get to Carson Wentz. The blitz design reveals that the Giants expect the offense to use a quick pass away from the rushers (to the offensive right) to try and beat the blitz. As the coverage Chandler and Collins retreat into shallow coverage on the defensive left at the snap of the ball while the deeper coverage rotates to the right. Because of the quickness of the offensive play, it’s difficult to say for sure what kind of coverage the defense is running.Initially, the motion of the right cornerback reacting to the movement of the running back would suggest man coverage. However, it becomes apparent after the snap that they are running a zone defense behind the blitz I originally thought the defense might be using a pattern match Cover 4 coverage scheme, but given the speed of the play, it’s tough to be sure. After consulting with Mark Schofield, it is probably a Cover 2 coverage scheme. Note: “Pattern matching” is a coverage strategy which was (as far back as I was able to find) first conceived of by Nick Saban when he was on the Cleveland Browns’ coaching staff as a reaction to the emergence of explosive spread offenses. The concept of pattern matching allows cornerbacks the freedom to react to the offense based on the most common route concepts run by the offense. So, while a Cover 4 is a zone coverage — both deep safeties, as well as the outside corners are in zone coverage, dividing the field into quarters, while the linebackers are in zones underneath — pattern matching rules allow cornerbacks to play man coverage if that is the best counter to the offensive concept. It isn’t a perfect defense, but it has become a popular counter to spread concepts at both the college and NFL levels. Generally speaking, Cover 2 is a zone coverage scheme as well, which turns out to be a great call to counter this particular play. After the snap, we see Landon Collins initially bail for about two steps before coming downhill to defend the screen pass. On the outside Oshane Ximines Jersey Draft , Webb takes outside leverage, suggesting his job is to funnel that receiver back toward the middle of the field and the coverage zones there. Those two moves provide clues to the coverage.Curtis Riley sprints over to cover tight end Zach Ertz releasing down the field, playing the role of the right cornerback while Janoris Jenkins blitzes. On the back end, Haley and Thomas rotate to split the deep middle of the field. End zone viewLandon Collins ultimately makes a nice open field tackle to limit the screen to just 5 yards — well short of the first down marker. He can make the play because Sean Chandler does a good job of engaging the two blockers positioned to pick up both he and Collins. Had they done so, the screen might have picked up enough yardage to keep the drive alive. But with both blockers occupied, Collins was able to secure the tackle and get the defense off the field.Concepts in useSub packages - dime package in particular.“Multiple” look front - one down defensive lineman.Overload blitzZone coverageRotating coverages.Why I like this playThere are a few reasons to like this play. The creative design, the unconventional personnel grouping, and the team defense are all reasons to go back and take another look (or a few) at the play. But looking toward the future, this might also an example of how the Giants will look to create pressure in 2019. The Giants’ defense is light on proven pass rushers, and they might be looking to scheme pressure rather than rely on natural four (or five) man rushes from their defensive line and EDGE players. This is likely part of the reason why Giants quadrupled down on young options at cornerback with Deandre Baker, Sam Beal, Julian Love, Corey Ballentine.Blitzing is a risky proposition, because in order to send extra rushers, defenses need to take players out of coverage. Had the Eagles used a different play, the outcome could have been radically different. If they had thrown into the teeth of the blitz, they could have exploited the match-up of Curtis Riley on Zach Ertz. Aggressive blitz schemes demand reliable coverage in order to succeed, and the Giants hope to have dramatically improved their pass coverage.Plays like this could not only give us an insight into how the Giants might scheme their defense into 2019, they also let us look at how some uncommon defensive concepts look in practice.