Texans at Ravens, Week 1


The Ravens got in the shotgun with 11 personnel in a 3×1 look with two receivers and a TE to the left side and a lone X receiver to the near side. The Texans loaded the left side of the formation to get one-on-ones on the offensive right side. On the snap, Texans DE Will Anderson Jr took off like a shot, low, LOW to the ground, under the pads of Ravens hulking RT Morgan Moses. Will got underneath the tackle’s pads and forced Ravens QB Lamar Jackson to scoot up in the pocket as Anderson chased. But, Anderson never gave up after his first attempt to grab Jackson didn’t come to fruition. He immediately popped up from his knees and ran down Lamar for a big sack to end that fourth quarter drive for the Ravens. What a play and what a player he’s going to be in the future, my goodness.

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