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Jim Zorn isn’t the only one with old ties to the Seattle Sea
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MessaggioInviato: Gio Ago 08 2019, 08:59:34    Oggetto:  Jim Zorn isn’t the only one with old ties to the Seattle Sea
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who’s going to be running an XFL team in 2020.Albeit someone of less prominence
, former linebacker Winston Moss was announced as..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteField Gullsa Seattle Seahawks communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSeahawksOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsFormer Seahawks LB Winston Moss named head coach/GM of Los Angeles XFL teamNew,5commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareFormer Seahawks LB Winston Moss named head coach/GM of Los Angeles XFL teamJim Zorn isn’t the only one with old ties to the Seattle Seahawks who’s going to be running an XFL team in 2020.Albeit someone of less prominence, former linebacker Winston Moss was announced as the head coach and GM of the XFL Los Angeles franchise. Moss played for the Seahawks from 1995-1997, starting in 46 of 48 games and recording two interceptions and three sacks before calling it a career.After retirement, Moss spent one year as Seattle’s defensive quality control assistant, then Dennis Erickson got fired and that meant he was also out of a job. Moss is perhaps best known for being a longtime assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers, serving as assistant head coach since 2007 (also back when John Schneider was also at Lambeau). Moss was fired by the Packers just two days after McCarthy was axed, and fans certainly remember this particular tweet that takes a shot at Aaron Rodgers.While Moss is in charge of Los Angeles, Jim Zorn is staying local as head coach/GM of the Seattle XFL franchise. They will be playing their home games at CenturyLink Field, so next February we’ll find out just how loud Seattle’s XFL fans are going to be!The XFL is Vince McMahon’s relaunch of his highly expensive commercial failure from 2001. This time around they have time-buy TV deals with ABC, ESPN, FOX, and FS1
, meaning that none of these networks is paying a rights fee, but they are covering production costs. The eight-team league will launch Saturday, February 8th — this is a week after Super Bowl LIV — and conclude on April 26th. Or at least that’s the plan, considering the AAF thought they could make it through a season before that blew up spectacularly. Isaiah Johnson looks like a Seattle Seahawk. That was abundantly clear at the 2019 Reese’s Senior Bowl. First there were the weigh ins where, after a blurry 7am start, Johnson measured in at 6 ft 2, 207 lbs with 33 and 5/8th inch arms. The arm length was most intriguing.In the John Schneider-Pete Carroll era, the Seahawks have only taken cornerbacks with arms measuring in at 32 inches or above. For corners, length matters. That’s particularly true in Carroll’s defensive system, where the schemer relies on press coverage to disrupt receivers at the line of scrimmage and covets ball-hawking. Three other players met Seattle’s arm length threshold, with most struggling to show consistent technique or ability: The talked-up guy in the group was the fabulously named Rock Ya-Sin. What separated Johnson from Ya-Sin was: 1. 6ft 2 versus 5ft 11 and 2. Ya-Sin’s technique. In each practice, Ya-Sin opted to mirror receivers in press alignment. He struggled against the better receivers, seeing the line of scrimmage get re-set with no contact made. This dancing style at the line of scrimmage works fine for some corners
, but it’s not what the Seahawks coach. Seattle doesn’t want their cornerbacks to be the receiver’s “puppet on a string”. They take the fight to the receiver with a step kick technique. The defender steps at the line of scrimmage, waiting for the receiver to finish his deceptive dancing. They then get hands on the receiver in their jam and kick backwards once the receiver has declared downfield. The toughest part is staying patient at the line of scrimmage for the receiver to make his genuine move. Johnson utilized this well. Johnson’s roughest showing by far was Day 2, where he decided to backpedal and try the mirror technique. But when using the step-kick, he physically dominated receivers at the line of scrimmage and looked far more comfortable. After the final practice, I talked with the Houston prospect about his variations in technique:It was interesting talking with Johnson. Discovering that he prefers the way the Seahawks play their corners made sense. Johnson played super physically, sparking a “get the F@*% off me” yell from a frustrated receiver. In truth, he was overly grabby and holding on to guys too much. But it’s far easier to tone physicality down than it is to dial it up. Johnson’s decision to show different things was smart for his job prospects, but what makes him such an attractive proposition in Seattle is the fact he excels at the step-kick. He did in college, he did in Mobile and he would in the Pacific Northwest. He’s a player that screams SEAHAWKS and is a baller to look out for as draft talk ramps up. His ball skills aren’t just aided by his long arms; Johnson was recruited as a receiver. He only made the switch to cornerback in his junior year. Like Richard Sherman, Johnson clearly benefits from his two years of experience on offense. Carroll would salivate over another conversion.The days of getting Johnson’s type in the 5th round could be long gone, but his limited experience makes him specific schematic fit that is raw in certain areas. For instance, the step-kick would benefit from some of Carroll’s coaching as Johnson sometimes takes too late a step, too bouncy of a step and/or too wide a step. The idea of the step is to sync up the timing and aid the patience. It must be done quickly
, without a hop and within the frame. Johnson’s patchy step limited his ability to react on time and locked him up, seeing him get beat at the snap.He also bit outside on the talented Jakobi Meyers’ jab step inside in the game. Fortunately for Johnson, the awful Trace McSorely missed the wide-open touchdown on 3rd and 2.Currently, early day 3 range feels about right for Johnson. He only became a starter in 2018, where he started in 10 of 11 games. Testing will have a large say on where he goes. As long as Johnson doesn’t run in the 4.7s, and he won’t, then his very good long speed is somewhat irrelevant as jamming with step-kick at the line of scrimmage slows receivers massively. His hips, change of direction skills, and general movement ability looked impressively fluid too. We know the Seahawks are going to trade down multiple times from their current position at 21 in the first round. Picking up a 4th round pick in such a situation and spending it on Johnson would make lots of sense, particularly with how Shaquill Griffin struggled as the season progressed. Always compete.
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