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MessagePosté le: Ven 26 Oct - 03:59 (2018)    Sujet du message: Eagles News: Jason Peters still looks dominant Let’s get to Répondre en citant

 The Remarkable Jason Peters Is Back And Dominating - PE.comThursday night was a reminder of just how special left tackle Jason Peters is and that we follow in his path of greatness. The 36-year-old Peters , who was injured in Week 7 of the 2017 regular season and who did not play a snap in the preseason, went the distance against Atlanta (save for the final offensive snap, the two-point conversion) and dominated the line of scrimmage. Age 36. Year 15 in the NFL. First live action since October 2017. Domination.Fletcher Cox’s quest for hardware starts hot - BGNFletcher Cox’s quest for recognition started with a bang and we may be in for a monster season for the eighth-year pro. Debate surrounding the Defensive Player of the Year Award is months away, but he’s already building his resume for when the time comes. In the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles 18-12 win over the Atlanta Falcons, Cox showcased the quality of play that he’ll need to carry him to the award ceremony.The Kist & Solak Show #8: Week 1 Film Deep Dive - BGN RadioMichael Kist and Benjamin Solak have studied the film and come out the other end with fresh new takes on the Eagles offensive and defensive schemes, player performance (these DBs are balling out) and they also get you up-to-date with all the Eagles roster moves. Plus, the unfortunate injuries that are crushing the Falcons defense.NFC Hierarchy/Obituary: Week 2 edition - PhillyVoiceAre the Giants better than they were a year ago? Saquon Barkley has a chance to be great, and certainly, his 68-yard TD run was highly impressive. And then with Odell Beckham back, the Giants have themselves a big-time playmaker. OBJ didn’t have any big plays Week 1, but he did pile up 11 catches and 111 yards. So, sure. Barkley and Beckham make the Giants better than they were a year ago. It’s hard to get much worse. But... having a couple of good skill players means jack s*** when your quarterback is done, and your offensive line can’t block, as expected prior to Week 1, and confirmed on Sunday.Wondering About Wentz - Iggles BlitzI think Wentz will have a successful comeback and play at a high level. He plays for a smart coaching staff. You can see that they aren’t rushing him back. The coaches are trying to be smart. Remember RGIII and what happened with him late in 2012 and the playoff game? Mike Shanahan made some highly questionable decisions and they hurt Griffin’s career. Wentz has a strong O-line. Luck would have killed to play behind a line like this for his career. Instead, he’s had to deal with constant chaos in the backfield. You must protect the QB for him to be able to play well and to sustain that success.NFL Africa Zone: The ‘Here we go again...’ edition - ESPNThe Lagos- born receiver brought his excellent form from last season into the 2018 season for the Super Bowl champion Eagles. In the Eagles’ win, ‘Swagholor’ lined up everywhere, from his preferred slot receiver position to playing on the outside, all the way to the backfield where he carried the ball and passed the ball. In the third quarter, with the Eagles dealing with a third and 5 from the Falcons 41 yard line, Agholor ran around on a reverse and threw a pass to QB Nick Foles for a 15-yard reception to extend the drive for the Eagles. Ajayi ran in the touchdown for the Eagles a few plays later. Agholor’s stats don’t tell the whole story, because despite catching 8 passes for just 33 yards, the receiver was heavily blanketed by opposing cornerbacks and had few opportunities to add yards after the catch (YAC)Fletcher Cox, Jordan Hicks, Ronald Darby: Eagles’ red-zone defense | Film breakdown - InquirerThe Eagles’ 18-12 win in the opener was won behind the strength of their defense’s performance inside the 20-yard line. The Falcons made five trips into the red zone against the Eagles and converted just one into a touchdown. They had four goal-to-go possessions and reached the end zone just once. Atlanta’s red zone struggles, dating to last season, have been well documented. But Jim Schwartz’s unit made life difficult for Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. Every team spends a great deal of time working on situational football, but several Eagles noted the extra time spent on the red zone this offseason.Week 1 DVOA Ratings - Football OutsidersHow did Philadelphia end up so much higher than Atlanta when the Falcons gained more yards per play (4.6) than the Eagles (a miserable 3.6). The answer appears to be “third downs.” The Eagles went 8-for-16 on third downs, and converted another with a DPI penalty. The Falcons, on the other hand, converted just 4 of 15 third downs and failed to convert on their one fourth-down opportunity as well. In addition, while the Eagles weren’t moving forward as much as they wanted, they also weren’t moving backwards. Not including penalties -- so many penalties, sigh -- Philadelphia had only three plays all game that lost yardage. Atlanta had nine plays that lost yardage.As Alshon Jeffery sits, Eagles grow desperate for wide receiver help - NBCSPYou can tell how concerned they are about wide receiver not by what they’re saying but what they’re doing. Re-signing Markus Wheaton, who they released two days earlier. Adding three receivers — including former Ohio State star Braxton Miller — to the practice squad. Reportedly working out former Ravens first-round pick Breshad Perriman on Monday and scheduling a workout Tuesday with former Browns first-round pick Corey Coleman, who reportedly wound up signing with the Patriots before the Eagles could look at him. If you’re an unemployed receiver, call the Eagles. They’re interested. While Doug Pederson may say the Eagles are happy with their current group of wide receivers, it’s clear from their actions that they recognize they need help. Which is understandable.Q&A with Joe Banner: Lessons from Week 1 and a look back at DeSean Jackson - The AthleticWell, listen, I think they’re right to be ultra-conservative. I mean, literally, you’re hoping for the next 12-13 years this guy is gonna be your quarterback. He has had a little bit of an injury history, so my understanding is everything’s fine and they’re just being really cautious and whether that’s one week or three weeks or four weeks, especially if they can sneak some wins out of that time, I don’t think matters that much. You know, if there’s something more in terms of the rehab not going as well as we’ve been led to believe, obviously that should concern everybody. But my understanding from talking to some people is that they’re just being really cautious and I think that makes sense.Ryan Fitzpatrick turns in career performance, sets stage for hot Tampa Bay start in 2018 - PFFThe Buccaneers’ offensive line, which ranked eighth in pass-blocking efficiency in Week 1 (89.7), will face a much tougher test at home against the Philadelphia Eagles’ Fletcher Cox-led defensive line this Sunday. And Evans’ and Jackson’s road ahead doesn’t get easier with the Eagles’ talented boundary cornerbacks (Jalen Mills, Ronald Darby) on the loom. As such, a repeat performance from Fitzpatrick will be on him to deliver as much as it is on his teammates to do their respective jobs against a much Cheap Sidney Jones Jersey , much better defense. Even a man of magic can’t have success on his own against the defending Super Bowl champions.Panthers tight end Greg Olsen re-fractured his right foot - Cat Scratch ReaderThe hits keep coming for the Panthers offense as they finally gave us an update on the status of Greg Olsen, who left the Dallas game with an injury. The star tight end has refracted his right foot and will be re-evaluated “monthly.” This is the same injury that took him out for most of the 2017 season. However, Olsen is attempting to treat this injury with rehab instead of surgery so we cannot predict how much time he might miss based on his recovery last season. At this time it is unclear if the Panthers intend to keep him on the roster or place him on injured reserve (IR). An IR designation would sideline him for at least 8 weeks before he would be eligible to return. [BLG Note: Eagles play the Panthers in Week 7.]Patriots sign former Eagles, Panthers RB Kenjon Barner - Pats PulpitThe New England Patriots will replace running back Jeremy Hill, who was placed on the injured reserve with a torn ACL, with veteran running back Kenjon Barner, per ESPN’s Mike Reiss.Sam Darnold Looks Like the Quarterback the Jets Have Been Searching For - The Ringer[BLG Note: Lol Giants.]Grading the NFL’s 7 new head coaches after they all lost in Week 1 - SB NationListening to the home crowd chant “J-E-T-S, JETS!” by halftime isn’t the most rewarding start for a rookie head coach. Patricia is the first coach since Tom Cable with the Raiders in 2008 to lose his debut by 31 points or more. For a branch carefully pruned from the Belichick tree and replanted in the mineral-laden soil of Detroit, Patricia’s Lions looked like they were expecting a scrimmage session. Matthew Stafford threw four interceptions. His backup, Matt Cassel, threw one of his own. The running game, which got hyped all offseason as a much improved unit ready to do its part, somehow failed to reach the low bar set by its predecessors....Social Media Information:BGN Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreenBGN Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton: Follow @BrandonGowtonBGN Radio Twitter: Follow @BGN_RadioBirdbrained: Week 4 Mailbag Howdy team! It’s mailbag time.If you ever want to get your questions in, hit me up on Twitter @BenjaminSolak. If you don’t have a Twitter, you can also e-mail me at benjamin [dot] solak [at] gmail, but I will probably tell you to get a Twitter (and answer your question anyway).I can’t wait for this joke to die.I’ll start with the likely scenario, because that’s a lot easier to reckon: The Eagles add pretty much nobody, activate Chris Maragos off of PUP when the time comes, and roll with who they’ve got. Deiondre Hall plays as SAF3 in Big Nickel situations, Corey Graham becomes a liability in some big time moments, and we all lament the McLeod injury while still talking about Jalen Mills —> Safety for the third consecutive year.Best-case scenario: uh, I’m firmly in the “let’s trade a significant pick to literally rent Eric Thomas for a year” camp. The report was that the Cowboys were willing to trade a second for Thomas, but the Seahawks denied it. I wouldn’t be willing to spend any more than that for a Thomas rental, but the Seahawks are going to feel a heavier and heavier need to unload him for as long as he doesn’t show up for practice and just plays to get through the contract.If we could actually land Thomas somehow, this defense becomes UNBELIEVABLY GOOD. He’s the best player at a key position in the Eagles’ Cover 3 scheme; he immediately makes Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills better. He provides a huge boost to the defense as they look to repeat as Super Bowl champions, and then boom! He hits free agency in 2019 and goes to get his max contract.I’m so down for it, man.Uhh, yes and no.Per Football Outsiders, the Eagles are currently third in the NFL in terms of points allowed per red zone trip at 3.33; fifth in terms of touchdowns allowed per red zone trip at 33.3%. (Tennessee is tied for the league lead at 16.7%.) Those are great numbers, but they aren’t world-beating. Now, the best scores from last season both belonged to the Los Angeles Chargers (did anyone expect that?) at 3.69 and 36.1% — so while the Eagles numbers will likely regress a little bit, staying among the league leaders would likely but their numbers around 4.00 and 40.0%, which really is quite fine.That being said, the Eagles’ defense is currently 21st in the league in terms of turnovers forced and 30th in terms of starting field position for their opponent. They’ve been stopping drives at a great rate — they lead the league in opponent time of possession/drive — but as that regresses, more and more drives get into the red zone. That’s the big problem — sample size invites regression. The best way to keep good red zone numbers good are to keep teams out of the red zone anyway.Eagles are a good red zone defense; but they’ve gotta get better between the 20s for the numbers to keep reflecting that. I think maybe yes.I’ll put it to you this way: one month ago, in the throes of preseason, one of Shelton Gibson and Mike Wallace was going to become a true field-stretcher for the Birds. Fast forward, and Wallace is IRed while Gibson has been unable to break into a very, very weak receiver rotation.Alshon and Agholor both have positives to their game downfield, but Philadelphia prefers to use both in the short to intermediate areas. Even Agholor, for his quickness, doesn’t have true game-breaking speed on the boundary — that’s what they were looking for between Gibby and Wallace.They could go away from speed and look for a physical bully — that’s definitely an option — but I wouldn’t surprised to see them go for a true speedster if the opportunity arises.Good question — especially in the echoes of last night. Every team is beatable — the Rams are no exception.Step 1) play them at home. I know the Eagles play them on the road in 2018 — and beat them on the road in 2017 — but the Eagles are much better at home, so that’s the primary goal. If/when we see them in the NFC playoffs, make sure the meet-up is at the LincStep 2) pressure! Jared Goff, for all of his success in his third season (second really; we shouldn’t count the Jeff Fisher one), still remains a flusterable quarterback. While Carson has always been a player who can excel and even thrive when pressured from the pocket, Goff lacks his escapability and improvisational instinct. McVay does well to give him quick throws and get him on the move, but when he’s sitting in the pocket, you gotta get home. It’s always a good strategy, but it applies even more when you’re playing Goff.Step 3) win the time of possession battle. That’s a high-powered offense, and the best thing to do is always keep it on the sideline. The Rams are a very urgent offense that don’t give much credence to time of possession — same with the Eagles, though to a lesser degree. Limit the scoring opportunities accordingly.Step 4) Don’t let Carson get hurtBoy am I glad you asked.

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