Ironside receives for the first time, and sets up in a fairly conventional horizontal stack.
Prial and Stubbs are the inside cutters, and the two wing cutters are waiting to work off them. Revolver is backing the cutters just as Ironside did, though they’re playing a bit closer.
Miscellaneous notes about Revolver’s D-line O: their end zone play was a standard vert stack, deep in the end zone. Dump was 45 degrees behind the handler, open side, 10 yards away. The front of the stack was at the front of the end zone, despite the disc being out 20+ yards.
The first cut had 1 hard step to the break side, which pulled his defender too far break and got the Revolver cutter open on the open side. The second ironside defender poached off to protect the open side and the second Revolver cutter went break where he was wide open.
- All of Revolver’s cuts came from the front of the stack
- They stayed vert the whole time (eventually had 2 dumps, though)
- The first two cuts were basically horizontal - generally discouraged, but if you’ve got the space (they were cleanly in the middle of the field, and all the defenders had to play close to their guys, so no poaches) and the throwers (yep), I guess it’s ok :p
- The scoring cuts weren’t anything special - just a race to the breakside front cone, then clear.
- The vert stack stayed in the middle of the field and didn’t crowd to either side, regardless of where the disc was
- One cut at a time, from the front of the stack, clearing so as not to clog…I’m jealous :p
Previously: Revolver 1, Ironside 0