Hello, I was wondering whether someone can explain to me exactly how the TIs Look for Overlap/Underlap work. Basically the way I've been using them so far is thinking that, say with overlap, the wing backs are going to run wide past the forwards whereas with underlap they're going to cut inside through them. How is this affected though when you give say your right back the instruction to cut inside with the ball but then the TI is set on look for underlaps on the right side? Also, I bet that the look for underlaps does not only affect the left or right backs but it probably has a wider perspective. Could someone elaborate as to what that is? (I would appreciate highlights or any sort of visual diagrams).