|Jays seek to stop Crimson Streaks|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:53 PM|
Jays coach Todd Schulte is concerned about two things from the Crimson Streaks.
“They run the spread offense and this version is a quick-passing attack. It revolves around Zack Yeckley at quarterback and he has thrown for (2,230 yards and 29 touchdowns),” Schulte explained. “He gets the ball out quickly and it’s about getting the ball to a lot of quick receivers, especially Jordan Sessler; he’s got 45 catches. They are more quick than fast but they have the ability to make plays in space; making tacklers miss for big gains is an area of concern. You really have to tackle these guys well.
“We are also concerned about their size up front on both sides of the ball. Their offensive line averages around 240; at times, they protect the quarterback really well and other times, they have struggled with pressure.
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