Here is Tracy Porter in the slot (on the right). He has the slot WR in man coverage and is playing inside technique (intentionally walling off the middle of the field).
Porter has his back completely turned to the middle of the field as his WR is running an underneath drag route. Receiver is running full speed and Porter is a little too flat-footed.
Porter tries to make contact but lunges, doesn't turn his hips in time, loses his balance and the receiver catches the pass.
Here is Bashaud Breeland in the EXACT same situation (except this time on the left because of a flip in camera angles). He is playing inside technique on a slot WR that he has in man coverage.
Breeland does the same thing as Porter. He turns his back to the middle of the field and plays inside technique.
When Breeland recognizes it's a drag and not a double move, he accelerates quickly into a trail position.
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