Antonio Brown scored a score for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl and figured out how to achieve the accomplishment while running some unacceptable course.
As per Buccaneers quarterbacks mentor Clyde Christensen, Brown did the specific inverse of what he should do on the play.
“A.B. on his touchdown catch was supposed to go down and in and then pop back out. He goes out and pops back in,” Christensen said in an interview with former NFL punter Pat McAfee on YouTube and Sirius XM. “I’m kind of going through the headset like ‘did he run the right route? Did he just do opposite of what he was supposed to do and we hit it for a touchdown?’ That was the case.”
Earthy colored was arranged one-on-one against Kansas City Chiefs security Tyrann Mathieu on the play. He ran a “whip” course, which should see him at first cut inside prior to skipping back toward the sideline. All things considered, Brown turned around the activity and whipped back inside all things being equal.
Regardless of the error from Brown, Tom Brady figured out how to make up for the redirection from the arrangement and still associated with Brown for the score.
“And that’s where Brady doesn’t get thrown for a loop,” Christensen said. “He just hits the guy. ‘Hey, you get open, I’ll hit you.’ That’s where he’s pretty darn unique. A lot of quarterbacks are like ‘hey, he’s supposed to do this. A to B to C.’ This guy, A.B., goes C to F back to A and he just hits him for a touchdown. It was unbelievable.”