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 Thema: In a jubilant locker room deep within Arrowh
In a jubilant locker room deep within Arrowh [Beitrag #2331] Wed, 12 December 2018 03:58
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ead Stadium Womens Kendall Fuller Jersey , a young man impeccably dressed who looked as if he'd stepped out of a college classroom greeted Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins with a brilliant smile and an enthusiastic high-five.Watkins had just had another standout performance in another Chiefs win, and Brett Veach no doubt felt a bit of satisfaction that his much-panned free-agent acquisition was paying such dividends.Then again, just about everything the Chiefs general manager does these days turns out all right.His draft picks are thriving. His free-agent pickups have worked out brilliantly. And his myriad moves to cultivate depth and competition throughout the roster have allowed the Chiefs to not only deal with significant injuries but also race to an 8-1 start and take a stranglehold on the AFC West."Brett is very, very thorough and always prepared for whatever the scenario is, whether it's the draft or free agency or just working the roster on a week-to-week basis," Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said recently. "He and Andy (Reid) work well together and that's an important part of the equation."Indeed, when Reid was hired as the Chiefs coach it was with the understanding that he would no longer handle the GM duties that bogged him down in Philadelphia. So, Hunt hired John Dorsey away from the Packers front office, and one of his top lieutenants was one of Reid's protgs from Philly.Veach had joined him there when he was not yet 30, the former Delaware standout taking an entry level job on Reid's staff. But he quickly impressed everyone in the organization with his detail, work ethic and acumen, and he rose through the ranks before joining the front office in Kansas City.When the decision came last summer to part with Dorsey, Veach was a somewhat unexpected choice.But despite taking the reins on the eve of training camp, he nevertheless put his fingerprints on a roster that would win the division title. He traded for former first-round draft pick Cam Ervin, who now starts on the offensive line, and for Reggie Ragland, who now starts at linebacker.He made a series of moves deeper down the depth chart, too, seemingly never taking a break.Veach continued to make aggressive roster moves after the season, dealing away quarterback Alex Smith for cornerback Kendall Fuller and a draft pick and turning the job over to Patrick Mahomes.The moves have paid off in every way possible: Mahomes is off to a record-setting start to his career, the Chiefs created some much-needed salary cap space, Fuller has been their best cornerback and the third-round pick they acquired has turned into more help for their rebuilt defense.Yes, even Veach's draft picks have paid off.He was without a first-round selection in April because of the trade to select Mahomes last year, but he nevertheless moved adroitly around the draft board to acquire players he liked.Second-round pick Breeland Speaks has started at outside linebacker with Justin Houston hurt, and defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi and linebacker Dorian O'Daniel have been regulars as third-round picks. Safety Armani Watts was pushing for a starting job before landing on injured reserve earlier this year and sixth-round pick Tremon Smith has been a special teams standout."Going back to last year," Hunt said, "I was impressed with the short amount of time that he had to make some changes going into the 2017 season that ultimately really had an impact. That wasn't something I was expecting. And Brett's now had a full offseason, a draft and free agency, and he's made a lot of moves, and I think we're seeing the fruit of his labor this year."It's not just the moves Veach has made, either. He's also shown patience to stand pat when nothing suits his liking, such as he did when the trade deadline passed without a peep."He's not going to do something just to do it to appease. He's going to do what's best for the Chiefs and he's really good about that," Reid said. "That's just where he's at."So far his best has been nearly perfect.Chiefs Stock Report: Whose stock is rising, or falling, after the win against the Steelers In stock market terms http://www.thechiefsfootballauthentic.com/mitchell-schwartz- jersey-authentic , securities or indices are found through technical analysis to have something called resistance levels. The idea is that there is a price that forms somewhat of a ceiling. The stock may bounce up against the resistance level but struggles to break through it. Until it does. Breaking the resistance level might be an indicator that the stock can reach levels where it hasn't been before, setting a new ceiling and potentially a higher floor (support level).The Pittsburgh Steelers have been the resistance level for this franchise for years. Just when we think the Kansas City Chiefs are capable of competing for a conference title, the Steelers remind us that there is a ceiling. Perhaps breaking through, as the Chiefs did this week, is an indicator that the team will be able to reach a level we haven't seen before.STOCK UPCharles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsQuarterback Patrick Mahomes: It's long been thought that Mahomes had a high ceiling, but that he wouldn't reach it early in his career. People thought he'd throw many interceptions, and would take time to adjust to the pro game. Well, it appears that the pro game is going to need more time to adjust to Pat Mahomes. He's destroying expectations thus far, indicating that we might have underestimated him, even with all of the hype. If 10 touchdowns, no interceptions and going undefeated on the road against playoff-level teams is a resistance level, what's next for Mahomes?Confidence & mental toughness: The Chiefs have struggled to get to the next level, partially because they were unable to counter when punched. This team has won a lot of games by striking early, getting a lead, then trying to hold on. Sometimes it worked, other times momentum shifted to their opponent, and the Chiefs lacked the confidence and mental toughness to regain control of the game. This week, Mahomes and company came roaring out after halftime to regain command after the Steelers had overcome a three-touchdown deficit. Weaker Chiefs teams might have folded. It's a great sign to see the 2018 team punch back with confidence.Left guard Cameron Erving: Surprises of the preseason included Erving being handed the left guard spot, ending the presumed competition, sending the other two recent starters off of the roster and getting a contract extension. The surprise of the regular season thus far for Erving is that it appears he's proving the team correct. Erving hasn't been very noticeable through the first two games, which is a great sign for an offensive lineman. We've seen a couple of highlights, without noting any embarrassing losses. So far, so good for No. 75.Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY SportsTravis Kelce: Last week, he had a down week as it pertains to making plays, but excelled as a blocker. We rightfully assumed that his turn to be featured in the passing game would come soon enough. It did. His stat line of seven receptions, 109 yards and two touchdowns reminded fantasy owners what he can do. The way in which he dominated the Steelers over the middle and after the catch reminded teams that if they pay too much attention to Tyreek Hill, the Chiefs will make them pay.Sammy Watkins: Welcome to the show, Mr. Watkins. We've been expecting you. Watkins impressed in Week 2 with a 31-yard run to go along with his first 100-yard receiving game in a Chiefs uniform. He showed the speed, hands and run-after-catch ability that we hoped would be a tremendous complement to Tyreek Hill. Good luck, NFL defenses.Orlando Scandrick: The favorite subject of Chiefs fans' ire is actually playing some decent football. Yes, he was flagged for a very costly penalty this week, but his physical style of play also yielded some positive results in coverage. His stock is up, in part because it couldn't have gone down from last week. Perhaps Scandrick can gradually win fans over instead of reminding us of all the ghosts of cornerbacks past.The Chiefs offensive line: Only one sack allowed each week so far against two teams that can get after the quarterback. Actually, Mahomes could have avoided both, but he stepped right into the defender each time. Run blocking was a bit of an issue last week http://www.thechiefsfootballauthentic.com/ron-parker-jersey- authentic , and the numbers still aren't great, but they seem to be trending in the right direction. We thought that Mahomes might make up for some deficiencies in the pass protection, given his ability to extend plays. It turns out he can, but the offensive line is starting to play better as a unit as well. At least they didn't let the Steelers bully them this time.Others trending in the right direction: Allen Bailey, Ron Parker, Chiefs special teams, Dee FordSTOCK DOWNDenny Medley-USA TODAY SportsLinebacker/standup 5-tech, Breeland Speaks: The rookie has gotten off to a slow start. He's getting nearly double the snaps of Tanoh Kpassagnon without a standout play to show for it. Box scores are not everything, but for what it's worth, Speaks doesn't yet have a tackle, much less a sack. Speaks has the size and strength to set the edge and be a difference maker against the run, but he may be finding that it takes more than that to win against NFL offensive linemen.The Chiefs' ability to make it through a defensive play without a penalty: Penalties in the secondary wiped out two Chiefs turnovers, including one that would have been a touchdown. We can debate all day whether they were legit calls (both probably were), but it's clearly something that the team needs to work on. For a defense that has some known deficiencies, giving opponents extra snaps and free yardage is not palatable. This defense is going to struggle taking the ball away without Marcus Peters and Eric Berry, so they have to find other ways to finish drives, instead of extending them by being too grabby.Inside linebacker Reggie Ragland: Ragland hasn't been bad this year, but he's shown his limitations in the passing game, and has missed more tackles than you'd like from your enforcer in the middle. He's been banged up, so there's hope that he'll improve as the season goes on.Others trending in the wrong direction: Alex Ellis, Damien Williams, the three-man pass rushSTOCK FLATWide receiver Chris Conley: A mixed bag this week for Conley, with a touchdown and a late fumble (although it was caused by him trying to fight for extra yards). Conley may seem like the forgotten man on the Chiefs stellar wide receiver corps, but he's a reliable blocker and will make a play now and then. Linebacker Justin Houston: I don't want to hear about his "decline." He's still a difference maker for this team, even if he's not filling up a box score every week. Safety Eric Murray: Murray has had an up and down season thus far. Against Pittsburgh, he had a chance at a sack, and he missed. That said, Murray has shown some ability to cover, as our own Craig Stout points out.Others who are who we thought they were: Anthony Hitchens, Demetrius Harris, Steven Nelson, Tanoh Kpassagnon, Tyreek Hill
 Thema: Colts-Redskins announce Week 2 inactives E
Colts-Redskins announce Week 2 inactives E [Beitrag #2330] Wed, 12 December 2018 03:49
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arly in the week the Indianapolis Colts were hoping to get Anthony Castonzo and Marlon Mack back in the lineup for their Week 2 matchup with the Washington Redskins. The Colts have since ruled out Castonzo http://www.authenticsindianapoliscolts.com/cheap-matthias-fa rley-jersey , Denico Autry, Chris Milton and Denzelle Good for today's game. That left the Colts with three more to make inactive today with Mack, Grover Stewart and Clayton Geathers all listed as questionable coming into the day. Mack and Stewart were both full participants Friday while Geathers did not participate.However, Mack and Geathers will both be active today which is a very good sign for the backfields on both side of the ball for the Colts. On the other hand, Tarell Basham is a healthy scratch today which might just say something about how the team sees him. Jihad Ward, who was recently activated from the practice squad is getting a chance to show what he can do for the team. Here's the rest of the Colts inactives.The Redskins, meanwhile, only had safety Troy Apke definitively listed as out for the game heading into today. Receiver Maurice Harris (concussion), tackle Morgan Moses (knee) and receiver Paul Richardson (shoulder) all came into today listed as questionable and due to their practice designations Youth Jordan Wilkins Jersey , they all looked more like doubtful for today.Moses and Richardson will indeed be active today, though, and here is the rest of the list of who the Redskins are sitting today. Adam Vinatieri's record-breaking quest could be temporarily on hold.The seemingly ageless kicker re-injured his right groin during the Indianapolis Colts' victory over Buffalo on Sunday, underwent an MRI on Monday and coach Frank Reich acknowledged he might miss next weekend's game at Oakland.Vinatieri first appeared on the injury report in Week 5 before facing his former team, New England. The 43-year-old looked fine in the game, making a 54-yard field goal and finishing with six points to move within 20 of breaking Morten Andersen's league scoring record of 2,544 points.The Colts kicker added three more field goals in Week 6 against the New York Jets and another against the Bills -- though he also missed two extra points in a game for the first time in his 23-year career. He needs five points to move past Andersen."We just know he felt a little something on the first PAT, so we are just going to see how the week progresses," Reich said on a conference call. "We're going to bring in some kickers White Eric Ebron Jersey , just so you guys know, but we are not going to make any decisions until later."Vinatieri has been a model of consistency throughout his career.His legacy as the best clutch kicker in history began with two kicks in the "Snow Bowl", one to force overtime and one to beat Oakland in overtime. That victory helped lead New England to its second Super Bowl appearance.Two weeks later, he made the winning kick in the final minute to give the Patriots their first championship since the AFL-NFL merger. He made another last-minute, Super Bowl-winning kick two years later to give the Patriots the second of their five Lombardi Trophies.The story continued after he signed with Indianapolis before the 2006 season. Vinatieri made five field goals in a divisional-round matchup at Baltimore, a game in which no touchdowns were scored, to help send the Colts on their first title run since moving to Indianapolis.Vinatieri has four championship rings, is a three-time All-Pro selection and last month broke Andersen's record for field goals. Andersen finished with 565. Vinatieri has 571.And Vinatieri has achieved all those feats largely because of his uncanny ability to stay healthy.He's missed only 15 games during his career, 10 coming in 2009 when he finished the season on injured reserve.This injury even caught Reich by surprise."I thought he was just like a robot White Denico Autry Jersey ," Reich said. "He's a machine. But the good thing is he has that mental toughness, that mindset to do what he has done in his career. You know he has the right mindset to get past this -- whatever course it should take."Now, though, Reich & Co. must figure out their next move.Reich doesn't anticipate Indy (2-5) signing Vinatieri's potential replacement immediately and instead will rely on trainers to closely monitor Vinatieri's health, consulting Vinatieri before making a decision.Keeping him out this week could work to Vinatieri's advantage, too.The Colts have a bye following the Raiders game, giving Vinatieri two weeks to heal, then play three straight games in the climate-controlled confines of Lucas Oil Stadium.Sitting out a week also could help Vinatieri achieve his stated preference of breaking Andersen's record on his home turf -- even if this wasn't how he planned it."Ultimately when you've got a guy like Adam, who's just so unique http://www.authenticsindianapoliscolts.com/cheap-al-woods-je rsey , we are going to listen to him," Reich said. "We are going to listen to the trainers and that will be what will inform our decision."NOTES: Reich provided no updates on tight end Erik Swoope, who did not return after hurting his knee Sunday, or defensive lineman Jihad Ward, who was carted off the field after appearing to injure his right ankle. ... Reich also could not say whether Pro Bowl tight end Jack Doyle (hip) could return this week. Doyle has missed six straight games.
 Thema: Penalty recap: Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills
Penalty recap: Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills [Beitrag #2329] Wed, 12 December 2018 03:42
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In a narrow victory over the Tennessee Titans Authentic Jeremy Kerley Jersey , the Buffalo Bills helped themselves out by keeping the flags at bay. In what was certainly a game of inches, mistake-free football likely played a significant role in not handing it all away. Traditional and Advanced MetricsPenalty countFor the second week in a row, the Bills fall well below the league average in assessed count. The Titans were right behind them with both teams having a clean game. The only shift when it comes to total flags is one declined penalty on the Bills. The league average for both assessed and thrown flags continues to creep down each week. Penalty yardsThere's very little additional story to tell when it comes to yards. As would be expected, both teams fall under the assessed average by a significant margin, with the Bills putting in a slightly better performance than the Titans. For true yards, the Bills wiped out a five-yard gain--and that was it for yards affected by penalty for the entirety of the game. Penalty HarmTennessee TitansNot only were the Titans good at keeping their count low, but none of the penalties are especially egregious. A delay of game and neutral-zone infraction were strictly the five-yards-each variety, or 0.5 Harm. Ben Jones' offensive holding was yardage-only as well (ten yards or 1.0 Harm). Kamalei Correa was called for unnecessary roughness (see below). As it came on first down. This, too, was yardage only for 1.5 Harm. The only penalty on the Titans with a deeper story to tell was the defensive holding called on DaQuan Jones. As it came on second down, it gave the Bills a free down in addition to the five yards for 1.5 Harm. The Titans ended the day with a total of 5.0 Harm. This translates to a very good day on the penalty front. I know the GIF is suggesting that maybe this wasn't a good call but that's just having a little fun with it. Josh Allen threw the ball away well before the contact and Correa has no reason to be anywhere near Allen, let alone making contact. From the first angle I think there's a good case to hold the flag. From the ref's angle Cheap Tremaine Edmunds Jersey , though, you gotta pull it. I'm not saying he oversold the shove, but this is the same Josh Allen who walked around with a defender draped over his legs a couple weeks ago. Buffalo BillsDeon Lacey was called for offside on a kickoff. The Titans elected to take the five yards after the return. Tre'Davious White was flagged for holding. On first down it was yards only. John Miller's hold was declined as the pass attempt on 3rd-and-9 fell incomplete. Two calls seemed a little odd live, so lets take a look. Apologies for the yellow circle in the middle. The best angle available was via the broadcast feed and it has the marking from the broadcast team. This one looks like a terrible call on the surface as Dion Dawkins' shove at the end is not only within the rules but good form. In real time though, that right arm could easily look like it's swinging and clubbing the head of Correa. Making things more complicated, recall this occurred almost immediately after Correa shoved Josh Allen, meaning the refs were on high alert for retaliation. Does that make this the right call? No. But in context it's an understandable one. This seems like complete BS. Under the false start rules it prohibits an offensive player from any abrupt movement that "simulates the start of the snap." More importantly, the NFL rules direct the officials to call this when there is "quick abrupt movement." Furthermore, this is supposed to be called on any obvious attempt by a player set to receive the snap (like Allen is) to draw an opponent offside. This 4th-and-3 play surely felt like an attempt to draw the Titans offside. Allen's hands do appear to simulate him preparing for the ball and this flag does match up with the rule. That being said, how often does this go uncalled? This penalty is the rare intersection where "technically correct" meets "still bullcrap." The Bills closed shop with an insanely low 3.5 Harm and a win, so maybe we can move past it.Buffalo Bills fantasy football preview, Week 6: Defense wins championships The Buffalo Bills are 2-3 Authentic Marcus Murphy Jersey , having won a pair of games that most prognosticators expected them to lose. Their roster is full of players whose fantasy-football prospects are not exactly solid. With a running back averaging only 43 rushing yards per game, a quarterback throwing for 150 yards per game, and a top wide receiver (Zay Jones) averaging 33 yards per game, Buffalo isn't exactly a hotbed of fantasy-football activity.However, each week brings different situations, and this weekend's match-up with the Houston Texans provides some possible plays for risk-seeking fantasy football owners and homers alike. If you're still trying to win in fantasy football with Bills players, I admire your faith. Here are a few options that could help you this week.Bills D/STThis one seems pretty surreal given the start of the season, but Buffalo's defense has very quietly put together a fantastic 14-quarter stretch. After allowing 75 points in the season's first six quarters, the Bills have only allowed 43 since Vontae Davis retired at halftime of the home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers. For the season, the Bills have 12 sacks, three interceptions, and six fumble recoveries. After totaling 1 point through the season's first two weeks White Lorenzo Alexander Jersey , the Bills' defense has scored 17, 6, and 12 over the last three--giving them the 15th-best total for the season at the position. Buffalo's defense is available in 98% of Yahoo! leagues, and they could be a great option this week given the uncertainty surrounding Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson. Even if Watson plays, he's taken 18 sacks on the year, second only to Josh Allen. QB Josh AllenSpeaking of Allen, the Bills' highest fantasy scorer is still a low-end (read: not startable in most leagues) option at his position, but if you're feeling frisky or your league allows you to deploy multiple quarterbacks, you could certainly do worse than Allen. Nearly all of his fantasy value right now is in his legs, a situation Bills fans are more than accustomed to with their quarterback. Allen has 3 rushing touchdowns on the year to go with 135 rushing yards, buoying his dreadful passing stats (748 yards, 2 touchdowns White Jordan Mills Jersey , 5 interceptions). Yahoo! projects Allen to score 16.2 points this week, making him QB22 in their projections. Houston has allowed three quarterbacks to score at least 19.8 points on the year, but all three of them (Tom Brady, Eli Manning, and Andrew Luck) are experienced veterans who are far better than Allen. Buffalo's signal caller is a risky play.RB LeSean McCoyIf it's volume you want, you'll have exactly that with McCoy, who saw 24 of his 45 carries in 2018 during Sunday's 13-12 win over the Tennessee Titans. McCoy did not appear to be at all affected by the rib injury he suffered in Week 2. If offensive coordinator Brian Daboll follows a similar game plan to the one used last week, where Buffalo ran the ball on 43 of 63 plays from scrimmage, then we can expect McCoy to have another week of 25 touches. That doesn't guarantee efficiency or success, but it guarantees opportunity--which is all you can really ask for in setting a lineup.
 Thema: Packers cannot endure another repeat of disappo
Packers cannot endure another repeat of disappo [Beitrag #2328] Wed, 12 December 2018 03:33
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inting 2015 season Mike McCarthy will be coaching for his job in Week 8 when the Packers travel to Los Angeles to face the best team in football. And again in Week 9 when Green Bay heads back on the road to face the Patriots. This team doesn't have to win those games -- in fact Cheap Kevin King Jersey , they shouldn't be expected to -- but they can't have their pants pulled down ... again. The 2018 season sits cantilevered on a precipice for McCarthy and Co. at 1265 Lombardi Ave. We've seen them shake off slow starts to seasons in the past, namely in 2010 and 2014, the two best recent vintages of the NFL's most storied franchise. If this team falls however, and they're more in danger of slipping than at any time in the McCarthy era, the Packers could be looking for a head coach this offseason. And unfortunately for the team, the coaches, and its fans, the '18 Packers are beginning to look eerily similar to the 2015 team. McCarthy survived that season. He won't survive a repeat. Coming off the heartbreaking conclusion to the 2014 season, the Packers made wholesale changes to the secondary through the draft but did little else to boost them closer to contention. A Jordy Nelson torn ACL should never have doomed this offense, but it did. Injuries to Davante Adams and Randall Cobb further cut into the playmaking talent on Green Bay's team, but Mike McCarthy's decision to give up playcalling went about as well as Mason Crosby's Week 5 and the offense sputtered all season. As the talent ebbed, McCarthy showed an inability to mitigate the issues with scheme. Rodgers play, coming off his second MVP season http://www.packerscheapshoponline.com/cheap-authentic-tramon -williams-jersey , likewise waned and they never consistently found a rhythm. They played just well enough to get into the playoffs, but lost a Week 17 for the division against Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings. Rodgers' magic nearly led the Packers to the NFC Championship once again, but the defense collapsed in overtime against the Cardinals and Green Bay's trying season came to a merciful conclusion. The seams showed on an offense lacking imagination. Rodgers became jumpy in the pocket, not trusting his protection or his receivers -- none of whom were ever open. Coming off a painfully conservative NFC Championship Game against Seattle, McCarthy failed to push this offense forward. Excuses were ready-made. No Nelson. Adams wasn't ready. Lacy had fallen woefully out of shape. The rookie cornerbacks just weren't quite ready for primetime.When the team comes back healthy, they'll be fine. And they still have Aaron Rodgers. Fast forward to Week 11 of the '16 season with the Packers sitting in the locker room after getting blown out against Washington. With their record 4-6, Rodgers uttered a phrase that will become canonical in Packers history and just might have saved McCarthy's job. But Rodgers hasn't forgotten how they got to the point of needing to Run the Table鈩? For most of the early parts of '16, the Packers offense didn't look markedly better. Injuries at running back forced Green Bay to move Ty Montgomery from receiver, but he was never deployed in the kind of devastating way one might expect Josh McDaniels or Sean McVay would. Despite a healthy Nelson and a maturing Adams, the Packers scored 30 points just twice through 13 weeks of the season, and won just one such game.Rodgers bailed out a stale offense in 2016. The defense bailed it out in 2015. At some point, the Packers have to decide if they're better off just leaving McCarthy in bad offense jail. Putting up nearly 1,000 total yards of offense the last two weeks for the Packers resulted in just 55 total points. A red zone offense that had been automatic in 2017 looks flaccid in 2018. There's no accounting for how McCarthy has utilized Aaron Jones (or not) in this offense Cheap Kenny Clark Jersey , or the predictable playcalling. Oddly, the scheme has been pretty good. There are more combination routes, fewer iso routes, and more favorable matchups, but it's clear Rodgers doesn't trust it. Doesn't trust McCarthy. It's the only explanation for him consistently missing open receivers, failing to work progressions, and preferring instead to play backyard football. On a fourth down against the Bills, the Packers ran a pick play for Davante Adams to the left side of the formation and Adams broke wide open. It would have been an easy pitch-and-catch first down. Instead, Rodgers looked to rookie Marqueze Valdes-Scantling and nearly threw a pick-six. The play was designed to go to Adams, but Rodgers didn't even look there. He has to take some of the blame for his own poor play, but go back and watch Rodgers early in his career. There are fewer second-reaction plays and more on-time throws. He played in rhythm and on time because McCarthy's offense fit the incredible set of skill players the Packers could put on the week every week. They don't have that advantage anymore. The Bears don't have better skill personnel than the Packers, but Matt Nagy made Mitch Trubisky look like Peyton Manning against the Bucs last week (though in fairness, the Bucs helped). It's not hard to look around the league at offenses churning out huge plays with less talent than Green Bay possesses http://www.packerscheapshoponline.com/cheap-authentic-kentre ll-brice-jersey , especially at quarterback. There are no more excuses for McCarthy and this offense. The blueprint is out there. Just flat out steal plays if that's what it takes. Everyone else is already doing it. Some better health and better play from Rodgers could cure what ails this offense, but at what point does Mark Murphy look at this team and believe it's better to treat the root cause of the problems rather than the symptoms? If Mike McCarthy is a highly successful football coach, this is where he has to show it. Be willing to change, show an ability to evolve, or simply go quietly into that good night because if he doesn't do the former, he will almost certainly do the latter. The Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills rarely meet on the football field, but the two franchises share some commonalities. They occupy the two smallest markets in the NFL, they both embrace cold-weather climates, and they both have passionate and often quirky fanbases.One group wears foam cheese on their heads. The other body-slams folding tables at tailgate parties. We'll let you decide which is more strange.This week, the two teams meet for the first time in four years, as the NFL's schedule rotation dictates, and it's the first time in eight seasons that they face off at Lambeau Field. Here's a look at the details for Sunday's game.WHO?Buffalo Bills (1-2) vs. Green Bay Packers (1-1-1)WHEN?Sunday, September 30 Cheap JK Scott Jersey , 201812:00 Noon Central Time (1:00 PM Eastern)WHERE?Lambeau FieldGreen Bay, WisconsinHOW?TV BroadcastCBS regional broadcastBroadcast map from 506sportsCommentators: Ian Eagle & Dan FoutsRadio BroadcastPackers Radio NetworkSirius 93/125, XM 229/387ANYTHING ELSE?All-Time Series HistoryBills lead 8-4-0Last MeetingWeek 15 2014: @Bills 21, Packers 13OddsPackers favored by 10 pointsOver/under total: 45.5Notable StatsThe Packers have won 8 of their last 9 home games against AFC teams. In those nine games, Aaron Rodgers has a passer rating of 113.5, with 2,723 passing yards (just over 300 per game), 26 touchdowns, and two interceptions.
 Thema: The Bear Pause: Javon Wims streaks
The Bear Pause: Javon Wims streaks [Beitrag #2323] Tue, 11 December 2018 09:47
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past the Chiefs So Cheap Roquan Smith Jersey , about that preseason resting and snap fervor. Maybe Matt Nagy should've just started the Bears' No. 2's all along! If they're going to come onto the field and smack his mentor in Andy Reid's Chiefs starters around, who knows what they're capable of full time?Only kidding.The Bears' backups walloped the Chiefs last Saturday. That we know for sure. The offense itself, led by Chase Daniel, never punted and scored three touchdowns in one half. Whatever Nagy did to motivate his group in lieu of most of the Bears' major stars not contributing, it worked wonders. Chicago's starters didn't have to take notes at the performance. They had to be there for their teammates as they put on a show. The main standout from the Bears' offensive onslaught was rookie seventh round pick, Javon Wims. Coming into the game, it was assumed Chicago may have kept him on their final 53-man roster anyway. After roaring through the Kansas City back line, that's no longer in question. How did Wims do it exactly?A combination of terrific athleticism he already possessed, to go with fantastic route and technique discipline: aspects many thought Wims would struggle with at the NFL level. Let's take a deep dive look at the film of Wims from the Bears' first game at Soldier Field in 2018. What was most impressive about Wims' play against the Chiefs is that each of his four catches for 115 yards went for first downs. Each, while not always a deep bomb downfield, was a crucial play for Chicago's offense in a needed moment. Wims knew he would effectively be the Bears' No. 1 wideout with this stripped-down offense and he didn't disappoint. Wims' first catch, a short nine-yard curl early in the second quarter, showed he came to shine against the Chiefs. By far his smallest gain of the day, it was more an illustrator of how difficult it would be to bring down the 6-foot-4 receiver. A nice fit of toughness to get the first down. Robert ZeglinskiThere's nothing fancy about what Wims does here aside from quickly recognizing where the open hole in the Chiefs' defense is. He takes a curl towards the middle of the field, sits, takes the timing play from Daniel, and then does the rest of the hard work to get past the marker. All information processed within a blink of an eye. Many receivers struggle with that sudden informational adaptation. Not the flashiest of receptions, but a fantastic indicator of Wims' growing awareness and instinct. Later in the same drive and three plays later, Wims made a mockery of the Chiefs' secondary. If the aforementioned purely red zone target in college at Georgia was a one-trick pony before, he certainly isn't now.Getting open was one thing. Running through Kansas City's secondary is another. Robert ZeglinskiWhat helps Wims on this route is again, awareness. Nagy's offense and scheme is all about timing and being in the right place at the right time. We've previously heard Adam Shaheen how it's more about being there for the quarterback rather than how you get to your destination in route running. This was another perfect example. Wims had a deep crosser to run on this third down play for the Bears, worked his way past the helpless Kansas City corner, and the rest is effort and history. None of it works if Wims doesn't get to this spot by the time finishes his drop. Timing, timing, and more timing. Everything after the catch with Wims finding a seam up the sideline as Chiefs defenders flailed their arms in pursuit Madden style was not how the play was drawn up. That was Wims taking matters into his own hands and turning a possession third down catch, into a 54-yard chunk play. If he was slow as an amateur, once again, he certainly isn't now.Wims' catch-and-run was a Herculean effort. Robert ZeglinskiFinally, with Wims doing the heavy lifting on this drive Cheap Mitchell Trubisky Jersey , he saved his best of the three receptions for last. That mentioned red zone dynamo? It makes perfect sense as to why Wims has always thrived in such a fashion.An excellent example of athleticism and nuance in one. Robert ZeglinskiHow does Wims get so open on this touchdown? It's the crossing routes that throw off the Chiefs' defensive backs. Since Kevin White and Marlon Brown are lined up to the left side of Wims, their responsibility on this play is more to draw attention away from Wims if they're not getting the ball. White at the bottom takes his man to the outside to clear space while making sure not to veer too far into the end zone, while Brown next to him runs a short slant to clear out room for Wims to get to the left corner. Both fill their roles to allow Wims breathing room as the pass develops. This is what is called a Double China concept, where the two outside receivers' main goal is to get room for the wideout running the over corner route, in this case Wims, by going inside. It's about drawing attention away for the slot playmaker making the deepest of breaks running over the top. At that point, it's on Wims - who had lined up in the left short slot - to make the play and beat his man once his receiving teammates have done their jobs. Beat his man like a drum he did. Robert ZeglinskiReceptions do not get better than this.No. 24 David Amerson actually did an okay job of sticking with Wims. Once the ball was in the air, only the big-bodied receiver Wims could get it and make the graceful toe-tapping touchdown. A sublimely executed play by the Bears' main receiving trio this game, with a stellar capper by Wims. After the hoopla of that one second quarter possession, the Bears' offense would go quiet for most of the rest of the game. These kinds of plays from Wims came around more sparingly for everyone. Tyler Bray isn't Daniel in experience and execution, another fact we know.However, Bray and Wims would combine for one last magic trick late. A play that would be remembered more from this preseason contest if not for the more meaningful show Wims put on earlier. With the Bears backed up near their own goal line on a 3rd and 16 halfway through the fourth quarter, Chicago's third quarterback and fifth (or sixth) receiver in Wims played catch with each other in the backyard. It just so happened a defense was trying to stop them from bonding. No one said it would be this easy, but Wims' stem here shows it was. Robert ZeglinskiWhat's notable about this 44-yard completion near the end of the game is that I'd argue the catch was more impressive than Bray's beauty to drop the ball into a bucket. That type of over-the-shoulder snag with a defender in your back pocket is among the toughest plays in football to make. Wims makes it look routine while breaking a tackle or two in the process. Quite frankly, Wims won on this route at the start, as most receivers do on most pass plays. Your technique at the line of scrimmage ends up determining most successes or failures. No. 43 Makinton Dorleant tries to jam Wims at the line of scrimmage, but the freakishly sized receiver has none of it. Wims doesn't let Dorleant take him off schedule, uses his hands to slap away Dorleant, and tightly turns on the burners towards the outside. It's suddenness at the line along with the awareness to maintain space close to the sideline that lets Wims eventually make the catch. Robert ZeglinskiIt's here where Wims had to make sure he left himself enough blades of grass to eventually make the catch. He can't take the outside lane from Dorleant on the go-route but only afford himself the tiniest margin of error once the ball's in the air. His lane had to be precise and tight for outside leverage. Knowing where you are on the field sounds simple enough, but so many players lack that positional awareness. Once Wims adequately created enough room with Dorleant trailing, he appropriately looked back for the ball, and again, the rest was effort and history. Kansas City tackled poorly all afternoon. Not by coincidence Wims had a field day. The Chiefs' defense isn't the best in the NFL. In fact, it might be one of the worst, especially the secondary. Does that take away from Wims' virtuoso performance? No, because someone had to make the plays. The young receiver still had to show he had the talent and capability to maximize on the opportunities afforded to him. In doing so, he found his way with the Bears as a late draft choice. In doing so, Wims became a young playmaker to keep an intent eye on as the 2018 season develops. Robert is an editor, writer Youth Cody Parkey Jersey , and producer for Windy City Gridiron, The Rock River Times, The Athletic Chicago, and other fine publications. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski and reach him by email at robertpoduski@gmail.com.Most surprising Bears player (so far) This article is a little bit tougher to write this year than it was last because the team is so much better. Now, before everyone chimes in in the comments and says 'KHALIL MACK,' are we really surprised though? I mean, granted, as mostly midwestern folks, Bears fans by and large didn't get a ton of chance to watch Mack over his first four years with the Raiders as a result of his playing on a west coast team.That said, he came here with 40.5 career sacks and two All-Pro seasons and a Defensive Player of the Year award, so I'm not sure he could really catch anyone by surprise. There are some other candidates on the defense, but most of them had solid preseason showings and gave a glimpse of what was to come: Bilal Nichols, Roy Robertson-Harris and Prince Amukamara. Now, I was very close to picking Aaron Lynch, because I really expected him to be a depth piece and nothing more but he's sitting at the bye week with 2 sacks, 2 TFL, 5 QB hits and an interception. He and his killer mustache have been a lot better than I had expected.However, my pick for most surprising Bear of the first quarter of the season is receiver Taylor Gabriel. I expected Gabriel to be a complementary piece, a nice slot receiver and deep threat who could blow the top off the defense and get a couple of deep looks every game.After four games though, Gabriel is the team leader in receptions with 22, tied for the lead in touchdowns with two and second on the team in yards with 193. His yards per reception average is a low 8.8, but that's mostly because of the offense's lack of success going downfield in the first three games. Against Tampa his average jumped to 14.9 YPC. He's on pace for 88 receptions, 772 yards and eight TDs. While those numbers will likely fall slightly, especially due to the sheer number of overall weapons on the offense and the scheme's ability to spread it around, it's still bound to be somewhere around 65-70 rec./650-700 yds/5-6 TDs. That is outstanding production.It's encouraging to see his early rapport with Mitch Trubisky, who has targeted him 29 times, second most on the team and it will be exciting to see where it goes from here.Which player has surprised you the most through the first four games?



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