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Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone believes his messages .

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season, lost their fourth consecutive game, falling 24-18 to the Philadelphia
Eagles on Sunday. Jacksonville dropped to 3-5 and failed to benefit from playing
in England at their home away from home, Wembley Stadium.The upcoming bye week
should provide everyone with an opportunity to do some soul searching 鈥?Marrone
included."First, I'm going to look at myself," said Marrone, who was hired first
as the interim coach following the firing of Gus Bradley in 2016, then as the
full-time replacement the following offseason. "Obviously, I'm not getting the
job done at the end of the day, so it starts with me. I've got to take a good
look at it. (The bye) comes at a good time because I'll be able to see what I'm
doing wrong because, obviously I'm doing something wrong."The Jaguars have been
hit hard by injuries this season, including one to running back Leonard
Fournette. And, inconsistent play from quarterback Blake Bortles 鈥?including a
brief benching on Oct. 21 in a loss to the Houston Texans 鈥?has not
helped.Jacksonville's biggest strength last season, though, was its defense, and
the unit remains statistically strong, entering the defeat on Sunday ranked
second in the league after allowing just 301.6 yards per game.Although Marrone
said he believes he can turn the team around, he does need to find a way to get
the players to buy in as they did last season."Really, it takes everybody," he
said. "You can point everyone in the right direction, get everyone together, and
if everyone is pulling in that direction and doing what they're supposed to do,
doing their job, then yeah, you turn it around."But if you don't, then you sit
back and make excuses and point fingers or get out of your role or things of
that nature, then you can't, and that's my job 鈥?to pull everyone on the same
thing. Obviously, I haven't been doing that well for the last four
games."Bortles, asked about Marrone's introspection http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-nick-foles-jersey ,
said the losing streak is more on the players than the coaches."We expect to do
the same things (as last season)," Bortles said. "We expect to win every time we
step on the field and it hasn't happened. That's on us as players to continue to
try to go out there and make plays. We've got to execute."Here's what else we
learned in the Jaguars-Eagles game:A FRESH FACEEagles running back Josh Adams,
an undrafted free agent out of Notre Dame, had team and career highs of nine
carries for 61 yards 鈥?44 of which were gained after halftime.He had a 21-yard
carry on second-and-6 early in the third quarter and a 17-yard carry early in
the fourth quarter."My hope going into it was to take advantage of every
opportunity that I got and try to bring it to them," Adams said. "You never know
what can happen when you're out there, so try to take advantage of that
time."Adams' most obvious blemish was an apparent fumble with 6:52 remaining,
though officials ruled he was down before letting go of the ball after a video
review."We just felt comfortable with Josh," Eagles coach Doug Pederson said.
"(Wendell Smallwood and Corey Clement) play a lot of special teams, (so it was)
keeping everybody fresh and rotated."HYDE AND SEEKCarlos Hyde made his debut for
the Jaguars after a trade from the Cleveland Browns, and he finished with just
11 yards on six carries. T.J. Yeldon had season lows of two carries and seven
yards, but he did catch seven passes for 83 yards.The Jaguars have yet to have
anyone run for more than 58 yards in a game this season, and their leading
rusher in the loss to the Eagles was Bortles, who gained 43 yards on eight
carries."I think that starts a lot with how we do in practice and what we do (in
terms of) getting some continuity there," Marrone said. "Right now, we're not
doing anything well, so it's time to go back, hopefully get some guys back that
have been injured and take it from there."Fournette, who ran for 1,040 yards and
nine touchdowns last season as a rookie, has played just twice, and not since
Sept. 30, because of a hamstring injury."I thought the guys did a good job up
front," Bortles said. "Obviously, we got down, so you're going to throw it a
little more there ... but I thought what we were doing was fine. We've just got
to make plays."TACKLE TROUBLE?Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson left the game
after he injured his left knee on the opening possession and was replaced by
Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who made 10 starts last season.Johnson was trying to make
a tackle on Jaguars weakside linebacker Telvin Smith after he intercepted Carson
Wentz and needed assistance to come off the field.Pederson said he had not
spoken to the Eagles' medical staff about Johnson, who has been playing through
a sprained ankle for the past month.All Twenty Take: Rodney McLeod, Box Safety
It started off in training camp on a 10-10-10 day. Those days, which feature 10
plays for offensive install against a soft defense, then 10 for the defense
against a soft offense http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-corey-clement-jersey ,
then 10 special-teams reps, can give onlookers a little insight as to the new
wrinkles/adjustments that coordinators are focusing on.During a portion of the
practice, Doug’s offense got uber college-y. Not just the usual bits and pieces
— it was straight option offense, bubble screens galore, pre-snap motion for
days. If you’ve ever watched a Matt Canada offense (current HC at Maryland),
think that.But Pederson was only running those looks because Schwartz had asked
for them. The emphasis was on Schwartz’s secondary being able to communicate and
adjust through the various pass-catchers re-aligning and releasing in curious
ways.The big note from Schwartz’s defense during that install: how much he asked
of Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, and then-SAF3 Tre Sullivan. All three
safeties had to play reps as the deep middle safety, deep half safety, cover man
over the slot, cover man over the tight end, cover man over the running back,
curl-flat defender, et cetera. Lots o’ hats.The surprising carryover into the
first two weeks of the season? The usage of Rodney McLeod in the box, even when
no pre-snap motion or funky alignments have forced him there. Schwartz seems
more willing this season to deploy McLeod in roles other than centerfielder —
the sample size is still small, of course, but early returns are incredibly
promising.The Eagles have generated two interceptions so far this season. The
first was the Rasul Douglas pick on the sideline against Julio Jones, which was
a rather terrible throw to a poorly run route. The second was this play, on
which McLeod plastered Tampa TE O.J. Howard and popped the ball into the
air.McLeod is not in his typical high alignment because he’s peppering the edge,
threatening QB Ryan Fitzpatrick with a blitz to hopefully force him to shift
protection or audible to a hot route. As he peels off, he has flat
responsibility, sinking outside of the numbers to sit underneath the deep
comeback route that had been hurting Philadelphia’s Cover 3 early in the
game.There’s a bit of discontinuity in the interior zones, however. Faced with
the choice of two vertical stems coming his way, the middle hole defender
(Malcolm Jenkins) takes the #2 receiver to the trips side, leaving the #3
defender, O.J. Howard, to work across the open middle of the field, as LB Nigel
Bradham is forced to close down on the RB release.McLeod, watching all of this
unfold from his flat responsibility (Fitzpatrick never looks his way) makes the
play of an instinctive free safety. A corrective position that has to anticipate
the if-then causality between route concepts and zone coverage, free safeties
regularly have to fly to the most likely choice and begin attacking the throw
before the quarterback even begins the process. That’s what McLeod does
here.McLeod abandons his post in the flat http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-jalen-mills-jersey ,
which leaves the comeback open, because he sees Fitzpatrick processing the
middle of the field and feels the hole in the defense. Howard, rightfully, does
not expect the flat defender to come at him so immediately and with such
velocity — he is unprepared for the body-check, and McLeod creates a
turnover.Now, it’s easy to conclude via results and not process, which is why
it’s important to talk about this play: the O.J. Howard 75-yard touchdown:While
the Eagles rotate in a different manner in order to get into their Cover 2 on
this play, this is again a shell that looks like Cover 3 early but changes late
to Cover 2. McLeod is again threatening the backside edge as a blitzer, and
again peels off to sink underneath the comeback route that Tampa had been
cashing in on.But McLeod doesn’t come off the flat to attack the crosser; O.J.
catches this ball and scores a touchdown. That is objectively bad, but it
doesn’t mean the process was bad at all. Again, Philly has forced Fitzpatrick
into a second read and a middle-of-the-field throw, protecting their struggling
corners.But this play is after the Darby interception, and clearly the team has
adjusted on the sideline. This time, the middle hole defender (Jordan Hicks) is
quick to get attached to Howard’s crosser and carry it into space. There is no
longer confusion in the middle zones — they know how to handle this familiar
concept from a few drives ago. As such, in terms of process, this is a great
situation. Fitzpatrick needs to thread this throw right over Nigel Bradham (who
didn’t close as hard on the running back this time) and jam it into Howard’s
chest to prevent Hicks, in a decent position, from attacking the catch point.
And even then, Howard needs to shed Hicks and break another tackle or two to get
all the way downfield.At this point in the play, this rep is a win for the
Eagles’ defense. Now, both of these reps saw McLeod initially down in the box,
as a potential blitzer and, if not a blitzer, a likely short-zone defender. The
fact that McLeod offers that interchangeability is quite nice, in that it allows
Jenkins and McLeod to be more fluid pre-snap handling those motions we discussed
in the intro.However, for deception’s sake, teams will quickly come to key on
McLeod’s alignment. When he’s down, the Eagles are far less likely to run true
Cover 3 than when he’s up high. As such, working McLeod down into the box from a
high alignment pre-snap is important for Schwartz’s defense.And he’s checked
that box off as well. It goes back to the coulda woulda shoulda been third
interceptions of the Eagles’ young season:This coverage shell should seem
familiar. It’s essentially the same back-end coverage as the first clip — the
Darby interception.(You will notice that a lot of the Eagles’ early ball
production this season on defense has come from this shell. Makes you
think!)This shell is basically Inverted Cover 2, and it’s a natural compliment
to Cover 3 coverage. At the snap Cheap
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, they look rather similar — the corners are in
off coverage, and there’s a single-high rover covering the middle of the field.
At the snap of Cover 3, everyone begins slowly gaining depth; at the snap of an
inverted Cover 2 rep, the free safety closes down, to become the middle hole
defender of the Cover 2.Really, Inverted Cover 2 is closer to a Tampa-2 coverage
than a true Cover 2. A true Cover 2 is a five-under, two-over coverage: five
defenders handle the underneath areas, two defenders handle the deep areas.
Philly’s inverted Cover 2 doesn’t ask the middle hole defender — that dropping
free safety — to really get all the way into the underneath zones. He plays more
of a robber role — a rat defender, some would call it. He’s allowed to roam in
the barren land between underneath and deep zones, feeling the route concept and
adjusting accordingly.And that’s what you see from McLeod here. Similarly to the
first rep, he plays with his eyes in the backfield, feels the space QB Matt Ryan
wants to attack, and undercuts the route. Everything is solid but the
execution.And that’s really what we have, here: an interception, an
incompletion, and a touchdown. I could throw in the DeSean Jackson touchdown —
McLeod rotated into man coverage on Mike Evans at the snap, which allowed Philly
to generate a free blitzer — that would be two touchdowns on four total plays.
If you were to just look at the stats, McLeod down in the box seems rather a
poor idea.But even on that DeSean touchdown, Philly was at a great position in
terms of X’s and O’s on the chalkboard: they had DeSean double covered and a
free rusher baring down on Fitzpatrick. One mental mistake — albeit an egregious
one — was enough to tip the scales.If and when Schwartz moves McLeod into the
box, he’s typically moving away from the base Cover 3 defense. In the past, when
moving to different shells, Schwartz still made an effort to keep McLeod as a
high safety. In 2018, he seems far more willing to use McLeod in unexpected
ways, and it’s paying off early for the Eagles’ defense.McLeod’s instincts and
sharp mind for the game translate down into underneath zones, and he has either
directly or indirectly put the defense in plus situations with his versatility.
The more frequently Philadelphia deploys McLeod as a middle hole or flat
defender, the further they can confound opposing offenses, force longer
processes in the pocket, and generate turnover-worthy plays.
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