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An athlete must be able to accomplish two things in two completely different realms. He must first be cognizant of the proper techniques and reactions to every possible blockthe mental realm. Then, he must be able to effectively react and counter the block once he makes that precise readthe physical realm. A tremendous physical specimen with some learning difficulties is a glorified bench sitter in the comprehensive system. He simply can't master the cognitive realmhe can't remember what to do because he has too much to do.
Diagram 5-15: The 3 technique recognizes an unusually tight split between the tackle and guard. Page 46 Diagram 5-16: A staggered guard-tackle alignment with the guard aligned deep. The across-the-face reactionary response is the preferred way of playing the fold block, particularly the outside fold block. However, as mentioned previously, the defensive tackle must have some inclination to believe that the fold block will occur if he is to use the across-the-face reactionary technique. Playing the angle block across the blocker's face not only wastes the offensive tackle's angle block, it puts the defensive tackle into an excellent pursuit angle and destroys the guard's ability to wrap around the horn of the down block.
A defensive lineman must demonstrate extraordinary flexibility for his size. The defensive lineman must be able to strike a blow with power. He should have a knack for delivering an explosive blow to the opponent. The defensive lineman should be able to make the proper adjustments and adapt to changing situations. He has to be able to recognize offensive blocking patterns quickly and respond with an immediate physical reaction. The defensive lineman must demonstrate reliability and consistency under pressure.