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Adrian Clayborn vs Dallas - Film Breakdown


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Here is the actual rule from nfl.com. 

 

No player shall grasp and control, twist, turn, push, or pull the facemask of an opponent in any direction.

Note: If a player grasps an opponent’s facemask, he must immediately release it. If he does not immediately release it and controls his opponent, it is a foul.

Penalty: For twisting, turning, pushing, pulling, or controlling the mask: Loss of 15 yards. The player may be disqualified if the action is flagrant. If the foul is by the defense, it is also an automatic first down

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What the Falcons did is come up with a better way to defend the empty backfield offensive set.  Clayborn was spying Dak a couple of times.  The difference between Dallas and Carolina is the Panthers almost never empty the backfield.  Having a back in the backfield makes all the difference in the world.  Way to go Defense Coaching Staff!  Get that empty backfield crap outa here!

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