Originally Posted by Kaylore
When we heard Champ would be working with Rahim Moore this offseason, this isn't what we had in mind...
That screen cap is a perfect picture of what makes Demaryius and Peyton so dangerous:
1. The throw comes approximately 2 seconds after the snap and Bailey has press coverage.
2. Champ lets Demaryius take the sideline so it can let him work inside-out.
3. High-pointing a ball is PARAMOUNT to a secondary, but because of Demaryius' size, Bailey has to "choke-up" on the coverage when he sees the throw and try to high point the ball a little early.
4. The end result is being hilariously out of position and a walk-in TD for Demaryius.