Yesterday we looked at Don Carey in one-on-one coverage. This is an important drill because offensive coordinators can design isolation schemes to get particular match-ups. If Don Carey shows weakness in this area, he will be targeted.
Not all defensive coverage ends up in one-on-one match-ups. A lot of times the read and react skills of a player determine whether a play is successful. Here is Don Carey covering Jarret Dillard over the middle.
Don Carey will probably make it on special teams for 2010. I doubt he will see any significant playing time. However, if he really develops, there are current openings into the defensive secondary. Good luck Don, we need a play maker.
– Terry O’Brien