Sam Gold is a writer for our Seattle Seahawks affiliate at SB Nation, but on that site he does film breakdowns and analysis for the NFL in general. On Monday, he posted a six-minute breakdown of Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett and his fit in Gregg Williams’ defensive scheme.
You can watch the video above, or if you’re having trouble seeing it, click here to view it on YouTube. On YouTube, Gold offered this commentary in the comments section:
In this film breakdown, I wanted to look at Myles Garrett and his fit with the Cleveland Browns. This offseason the Browns hired Gregg Williams as their defensive coordinator. They should be axing the old 3-4 system and moving to the 4-3 Under as their base defense with four down lineman. This defense is a lot more aggressive and complicated, but the Browns are starting to form the core to a good front seven.
In addition to drafting Myles Garrett, who is a perfect blindside defensive end, they drafted Larry Ogunjobi in the 3rd round who is a perfect fit as the 3-tech in their scheme. He's no Aaron Donald, but combining Danny Shelton, Emmanuel Ogbah, Ogunjobi, and Garrett they already look much improved.
Here at Dawgs By Nature, many of you have already seen Mike Krupka’s thorough film breakdown of Browns QB DeShone Kizer. A couple of days before the draft, Gold also conducted a six-minute film analysis on Kizer, which you can view below or by clicking here.