The Patriots need just two yards
On third and two the Buccaneers are going to drop into a three-deep, four under look from what looks like a two-deep alignment before the snap.
Pressure stops Brady
Every zone coverage has holes, and there are two holes where Brady could find his open receiver. To the bottom of the screen the Patriots have stressed Johnthan Banks, who is trying to stay underneath one receiver and over the top of another. The Bucs' zone blitz has created an overload, however, and Brady can't set up to throw.
The fake fake blitz
The two defensive ends are going to drop into shallow zones, while the Buccaneers rush four against six blockers. That sounds like a recipe for no pressure, but the design is going to get two rushers in Brady's face.
Double A-gap blitz
With the double A-gap blitz, the center picks his poison and blocks Lavonte David while the back has to pick up Mark Barron. Barron on a linebacker is a pretty decent matchup for the Bucs, but no one else has a shot at pressuring the quarterback like this. So Lavonte David drops back into coverage, as if he was faking the blitz.
The center loses David
With David out of the picture, the center looks elsewhere to see if someone needs help. David isn't out of the picture, though, and now has a free rush lane without having to beat an offensive lineman. To make matters better, Mark Barron has now beaten the running back as well.
This is how a well-designed works: it leaves two linemen blocking air, creating a free rusher while still just rushing four defenders. Coverage remains sound and the Bucs get to Brady for the easy sack.