Fries Football: 3 Reasons Bashaud Breeland

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The new Minnesota Vikings’ signing of Bashaud Breeland is an exciting player who adds much needed depth to the CB room, joining Patrick Peterson, Mackensie Alexander, and Cameron Dantzler. Breeland played the last two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, where he won the Super Bowl just two years ago. He is a man coverage corner with a nose for the football, but his aggressive play sometimes gets him in trouble with penalties. In this video, Matt Fries (@friesfootball) breaks down his exciting traits. You can see Breeland’s ability to cover deep against the speedy Henry Ruggs, great flexibility and change of direction against Nelson Agholor, and strong processing to intercept a Derek Carr pass intended for Darren Waller. You can read an even more in-depth pice on Bashaud Breeland from Matt at: Fan with us!!! Fries Football Friday is a new series that will run weekly on the Climbing the Pocket Network. You can follow the host, Matt Fries, @FriesFootball on Twitter. #Vikings #SKOL #FriesFootball #Breeland #CTP Subscribe to us here! - // Want More Content From Us? Check out and bookmark our websites below! Climbing The Pocket - The Daily Norseman - // On Facebook check out Climbing The Pocket at - The show’s theme music is licensed through YouTube. Also, other music licensed from APM Music as an SB Nation, Daily Norseman video and audio podcast. (All rights go to The National Football League, the Minnesota Vikings, and all their broadcasters. I do not own any of the music and the footage used in this video. No copyright infringement intended. We do not gain any profit from our videos, and they are for entertainment and educational purposes only) "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."