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This is Page 12 from the actual defensive playbook that Dom Capers handed out in Carolina's training camp back in 1997. Here's hoping he recreates this page for our boys in August...

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usmarinesjz's picture

It's not a matter of whether he will create a version of this for our playbook...its a matter of will he be able to teach it and will our players listen (I'm looking at you HAWK!).

jerseypackfan's picture

It says nothing about "pad level" here. I am lost.

Ron La Canne's picture

Gap Control, I want Gap control, he said as the back ran by him>

Donald's Designated Driver's picture

Cool. How did you find that?

Re: "pad level" didn't you catch the part about flexing your knees and lowering your hips?

Aaron Rogders's picture

I'm curious to know if there was even one post game interview after a loss this last season that McCarthy did not use the word "pad level" and then apparently do nothing about it...

jerseypackfan's picture

so this comes out about tackling then this story comes out. Slap a helmet on the girls!!!

jerseypackfan's picture

I have a question. This is regarding the "approach" Exactly how am I supposed to get close to him as possible to "step on his toes", when I am flexing my knees,lowering my hips and putting my body in a position to strike?

astyak's picture

Oh this is good stuff. I hope this is page one delivered to every D player at the first day of the ota.

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