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The play-action pass.

Play-action is giving the Eagles’ defense fits With all the
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have a sneaky problem that has persisted since the Super Bowl.In the Super Bowl, New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady torched the
Eagles’ defense and while the leaks were everywhere, they were especially
prevalent when play-action was used. On 17 dropbacks, Brady went 12/17 for 248
yards and 1 touchdown for a 132.6 QB Rating. It wasn’t an aberration; if
anything, it was a foretelling of things to come.Play-action rates saw a
gigantic spike in 2017, reaching levels only touched during the read-option era
and beyond.The Eagles were largely spared from this trend, perhaps by sheer
luck. They were only exposed to play-action on a fifth of dropbacks, the 26th
lowest frequency. Unfortunately, in 2018, they haven’t been so lucky. They’ve
faced play-action 25.8% of the time this year, which compared to last year
would’ve ranked 4th among defenses.Have opposing coordinators taken the
Patriots’ blueprint and used it to crack Jim Schwartz’s code? The stats would
suggest it’s a possibility. Over the past two weeks opposing offense have
completed 82% of their passes off play-action at an alarming clip of 11.13 yards
per attempt. On the year they’re conceding a 113.6 QB Rating to those
concepts.We were told for decades that a successful running game set up those
fakes for success. If that’s the case, why is the 2nd ranked run defense having
fits against it? The first answer to that is because that idea that we were fed
has never been proven. It doesn’t mean there isn’t any truth to it; absence of
evidence is not evidence of absence, but it does show that the correlation
between the two, if it exists, is wildly exaggerated.Here’s why I think
play-action works so well against this Eagles’ defense:Displaces an aggressive,
fast-to-flow defense.Condensed splits exploit large swathes of space against
zone coverage.Additional protection.Altered path to the quarterback.The Eagles
front four is a terror and the secondary is struggling to cover for more than
two seconds. With that in mind, what’s the best way to avoid a buzzsaw pass rush
and buy enough time to challenge the deep zones? Move the pocket, leave in six
or seven men, and do not let the front four pin their ears back and attack in a
traditional manner.This is a three-man route combination with seven-man
protection. There are three Eagles on the bottom of the screen are covering
grass. Corey Graham is playing single-high/robber and is influenced by the
trajectory of Marcus Mariota’s drop to the point where he joins the grass people
as a fourth. The extra protection allows Corey Davis, who is working from a
nasty split, time to attack Jalen Mills’ cushion and sit in the sweet spot
between the flat zone and deep zone for an easy completion.A quick word on what
tight formations like this do to a defense. They force zone coverageas a
defender playing man against these sets can be run off and can be slow to his
read. In zone, defenders are free to read and react more freely against the run.
Again, fast-to-flow defense, right?But the Minnesota Vikings are taking that
freedom and first step read and using it against the Eagles. Nigel Bradham is
influenced by the line flowing to the right and takes three full steps before he
realizes he’s far away from home. It doesn’t matter that Michael Bennett is
unblocked or that Fletcher Cox defeats his block quickly. All Kirk Cousins’
needs is just enough time to allow Stefon Diggs to sneak underneath the
linebackers and across the field.Whether it’s DeSean Jackson flying past the
Eagles’ defense while seven men buy Ryan Fitzpatrick enough time, or simple
crossing patterns, the defense hasn’t held up against these concepts. It takes
what they do well and turns it on it’s head. It exposes what they do poorly and
attacks it time and time again.Here’s the problem that the Eagles are up against
this Thursday against the New York Giants. Last week Eli Manning utilized
play-action on 32% of his dropbacks. They also love getting Odell Beckham Jr. in
condensed splits which provides him with a full route tree and plenty of open
space.For more on that, this piece on the Giants’ offense by Mark Schofield
should provide plenty of context, but here’s a clip of what we have to look
forward to anyway.On the plus side, as much as the Giants would love to use
play-action to push the ball downfield, Manning has an abysmal 23.5% adjusted
accuracy when throwing over 20 yards in the air and he’s been unable to
consistently produce after run-fakes.Still, Schwartz will be tasked with coming
up with a game-plan that contains not only Saquon Barkley, but Odell Beckham Jr.
and the play-action pass ... and we haven’t even talked about double moves
yet.Eagles News: Carson Wentz isn’t getting sacked because he’s holding on to
the ball for too long Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ...Upon further
review: What to make of Carson Wentz’s performance through three games? - The
AthleticOverall, Wentz is getting rid of the ball in 2.76 seconds – almost an
identical number to last year when he was at 2.72 seconds. On average, the sacks
he’s taken have occurred 3.927 seconds after the ball is snapped. The league
average is 4.280 seconds. In other words Womens
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, the sacks Wentz has taken have happened
faster than the league average rate. Could Wentz do a better job pre-snap? Sure.
And Doug Pederson has mentioned that he’s still getting used to game speed. But
the sacks have very little to do with Wentz holding on to the ball for too
long.Finally, someone has identified the REAL problem with the 2018 Eagles -
BGNIt’s about time someone had the courage to say it.At the Podium #5: Pederson
& Wentz Discuss the Loss to the Vikings - BGN RadioBrand spanking new press
conferences and it’s a triple decker this time! Includes Doug Pederson’s
pressers from after the game and Monday, plus Carson Wentz chimes in on the
offenses’ performance in the Eagles 23-21 loss to the Vikings. Plus the Jay
Ajayi torn ACL news dropped as Michael Kist recorded the intro, expect more
analysis on that soon!Eagles screwed by inconsistent enforcement of roughing the
passer penalties in consecutive games - PhillyVoiceOne of the major themes of
the 2018 NFL season, league-wide, has been the enforcement of laughable roughing
the passer calls, whether they be for accidental and/or harmless contact with a
quarterback’s helmet, any kind of contact with the quarterback’s leg below the
knees, or landing on the quarterback with body weight. It was easily predictable
that bad roughing the passer calls were going to affect the outcomes of games
across the league, and that is exactly what has happened.Intrigue at RB - Iggles
BlitzIf there is one RB I’d have interest in, it would be Bilal Powell of the
Jets. He has always impressed me. I just don’t know if they’d be willing to part
with him. The Eagles could also look to the Dolphins for more RB help. They have
good depth at RB. You wonder if Kenyan Drake might be available. He had 25
carries over the first two weeks and only a total of 14 in the last three
games.Doug Pederson sees positives in Eagles’ frustration - ESPNThe feel
surrounding the Eagles through five games is much different than a year ago.
There was little evidence of internal turmoil during their
touchdown-celebrating, teammate-backing romp through the regular season en route
to a championship. ”You’d probably have to ask them, quite honestly, because I’m
over it,” Pederson said, when asked if the players are suffering from a Super
Bowl hangover. “I’m trying to fix our problems currently. It seems like we’re
trying to move on and move past, but we kind of keep getting compared to last
season. This is a totally new season, new team, everything about it as we are
finding out. And so we have to fix today.”On A Short Week, In Search Of Swagger
- PE.comIf the Eagles had any time to self-examine after a second consecutive
loss, they surely would do it right now. They would look in the collective
mirror and analyze tendencies and cut up the tape and watch every play of every
situation through five games. They would examine, analyze, and make corrections.
If they had time. But they don’t have any time this week. They are only hours
away from kicking off against the New York Giants on Thursday night in an NFC
East-opening game that means a lot. At 2-3, we’re all past last season, right?
We’re not comparing the Super Bowl season to now, because there is no
comparison. That team won close games, started fast and finished strong, scored
touchdowns in the red zone, and had minimal self-inflicting penalties and
giveaways during the course of the game. This team kills itself with penalties,
has scored just seven points in the first quarter of five games combined, and
has largely failed to close out any game with conviction (two goal-line stands
have saved both wins). Oh, and the Eagles are among the lowest-ranked teams in
the red zone offensively, so the resemblance to a Super Bowl team is about as
inaccurate as it can be right now.Week 5 NFL Team of the Week - PFFEdge
Defender: Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles – 89.5. The Eagles couldn’t get
the job done against the Vikings but Graham was dominant off the edge once
again. From 35 pass-rushing snaps Womens
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, he totaled a sack, two hits, four hurries and
a batted pass. So far this season, he has registered a sack, three hits and 17
hurries.Jalen Mills might be the least of the Eagles’ defensive problems -
InquirerDespite popular opinion, Jalen Mills is the least of the defense’s
problems. In fact, he’s fine. Cornerbacks get beaten all the time. It happens,
but it only happened once to Mills on Sunday. Kirk Cousins completed seven
passes in the game that went for 10 yards or more. Five of those went to the
left side, where the Vikings were working on cornerback Ronald Darby. Of the two
on the right, one was an inside route defended by Avonte Maddox and the other
was the stop-and-go that burned Mills. Cousins mostly stayed away from him. The
real problem on the defense right now is that it doesn’t have enough players.
Subtract tackle Tim Jernigan, safety Rodney McLeod and, on Sunday, defensive end
Derek Barnett and tackle Haloti Ngata, and there is trouble.Doug Pederson to
blame for many of Eagles’ issues - NBCSPThe Eagles are the third-most penalized
team in the NFL with 43 — more than 8陆 per game. They’re allowing 79 penalty
yards per game. Some have been bad calls. Some have been unavoidable. Most have
simply been mental errors and a lack of discipline. You’re not going to win
games giving the other team 79 free yards per game. That’s on Doug.The Eagles
Have Officially Lost Their Super Bowl Mojo - B/RTo win a Super Bowl, a team must
have a perfect blend of top-end talent and coaching while catching lightning in
a bottle with some fortunate play and overall health.This combination of
ingredients allowed the Philadelphia Eagles to produce a 13-3 record and ride a
wave of success throughout the playoffs toward the organization’s first Super
Bowl victory. After Sunday’s 23-21 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, it’s clear
some of the ingredients are missing. The Eagles have now lost as many games
through five weeks as they did all last year. Philly fans better enjoy their
recent championship, because the odds of a defending Super Bowl champion making
a playoff appearance after a 2-3 start are not in the Eagles’ favor, according
to NFL Research.The Starting 11: The Chiefs Look Unstoppable. Blake Bortles Does
Not. - The RingerFollowing their 23-21 loss to the Vikings, the Eagles are 2-3,
and it looks like Carson Wentz may need some time to find his old form. Wentz
threw for more than 300 yards on the day, but a huge chunk of that production
came late in the game with Philadelphia trailing. In the first half, the Eagles
gained a total of 81 yards on six drives and failed to sustain much offense.
Wentz still looked a bit off in his third game back after returning from a
brutal knee injury, and even though the Eagles receivers had a couple of
critical drops on Sunday, that wasn’t an epidemic like it was against Tennessee
last week. The slow start on offense even led running back Jay Ajayi to openly
question head coach Doug Pederson’s first-half play-calling after the game. My,
how quickly things can change.Giants confirm they will cut Ereck Flowers Tuesday
barring trade - Big Blue ViewThe writing was on the wall for Flowers’ chances to
contribute this year, first by the Giants’ signing of free agent Nate Solder to
handle left tackle duties and then by the team declining to pick up Flowers’
$12.525 million fifth-year option in May. The final nail in the coffin came in
late September, when Flowers, moved to right tackle, was then benched in favor
of Chad Wheeler.Drew Brees becomes NFL’s all-time leading passer - Canal Street
ChroniclesIt’s finally happened. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has
become the NFL’s all-time leading passing yards leader. Entering Monday night’s
game against the Washington Redskins, Brees needed just 201 passing yards to
stamp his forever place in league history, and he already surpassed Brett Favre
for second place after netting 99 yards in the second quarter on a touchdown
drive. It came on a touchdown pass to Tre’Quan Smith late in the second quarter,
which was the most fitting way to set the record.How coaching not to lose is
costing NFL teams - SB NationRetired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz tackles the
scourge of coaching scared and looks at how one NFL coach is winning because
he’s not afraid to lose....Social Media Information:BGN Facebook Page: Click
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