Breaking down the bullrush: How Marcus Davenport is using his power to light up offensive tackles

Mike McGlinchey wasn’t ready for the smoke.
Most people aren’t.
There is a game of choice with Marcus Davenport, and the problem is, there are more than a few ways to lose. You have to be ready for his speed to the inside or outside, which can get you moving in different directions. But here’s the problem: Staying prepared for one of those moves can leave you vulnerable to getting run over by a bullrush.

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