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Formation: WR (left) TE (left) 2WR (right) -> 2TE (left) 2WR (right)

Projected Personnel

-Leftmost tight end: John Carlson

-Blocking tight end: Anthony McCoy

-Left tackle: Russell Okung

-Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck

-Running back: Julius Jones

-Right slot: Golden Tate

-Right split end: T.J. Houshmandzadeh

Stages

1) Left wide receiver motions to outside-left tight end

2) Quarterback takes seven step drop, motions play action: Rusher breaks into pattern or picks up blitz.

3) Inner tight end and left tackle block: Left tackle then releases into lead block. At around this point, the outermost tight end and wide receiver break their patterns and initiate block. Right slot receiver runs safeties deep.

4) Inner tight end releases towards left flat: Quarterback targets tight end and the tight end runs behind the outer tight end and left tackle.

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