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29.10.2018 04:17
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NFL Week 5 FOX Minnesota Vikings @ Philadelphia Eagles Preview - PFFThe Vikings have had severe problems protecting the quarterback through the first four games of the season. The unit has allowed 81 total pressures Color Rush Jalen Mills Jersey , by far the most in the NFL, and their 78.9 pass-blocking efficiency rating ranks third-lowest in the league. The Vikings are averaging over 20 pressures allowed per game. During the past two games, the team has surrendered 13 pressures each to Jerry Hughes and Aaron Donald, who now rank tied-for-sixth in terms of most pressures generated in a single game during the PFF era.Vikings writer gives three reasons why the Eagles will win on Sunday - BGNWe don’t know the reason behind why the Vikings’ defense has suddenly fallen to the bottom of the league after being one of the NFL’s best in 2017. The players are the same (mostly), the scheme is the same, but the results have not been. The Eagles were the team that pretty much started the downslide for this defense last season, and they could very well continue that trend on Sunday. We’ll have to keep an eye on the practice report for Friday to see the status of Trae Waynes (who is still not out of the NFL’s concussion protocol), but if he’s out it’s just going to make things worse on that side of the ball for the Vikings.Bleeding Green Nation’s three reasons why the Eagles will lose - Daily NorsemanThe Vikings are quite capable of moving the ball through the air, as evidenced by the fact Minnesota ranks fifth in passing yards per game with 327.2. That’s bad news for an Eagles secondary that’s going through some issues. Eagles starting cornerbacks Jalen Mills and Ronald Darby have been inconsistent at best this season. Now they’re going up against the NFL’s best wide receiver duo in Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. Not great.The Kist & Solak Show #22: Eagles O vs Vikings D Preview - BGN RadioMichael Kist and Benjamin Solak have you covered with their preview of the Eagles’ offense going up against a once proud Vikings defense that has been a shell of its former self. PLUS Isaac Seumalo is starter now?!Analysis of the Eagles’ sacks allowed through the first four games - PhillyVoiceAnd so, I took a look at all 14 sacks to see what the issues are. What I found was that the Eagles aren’t giving up a lot of sacks because individual players are losing one-on-one battles. They’ve been more related to the inability of the Eagles to pick up blitzes, which is all about recognition and communication, a surprising development given the Eagles’ continuity along the line.So Let It Be Written - Iggles BlitzJust because it gets written in the spring and summer doesn’t mean it will happen. The Vikings looked great on paper, but here they sit at 1-2-1. The biggest shocker is that their defense is struggling. The Vikings were #1 in points and yards allowed last year. They had one of the best 3rd down defenses in the last 50 years. That was a legitimately great defense. Not this year. The Vikings are 21st in points allowed and 20th in yards. The hapless Buffalo Bills scored 27 points on them. Last year the Vikings gave up 27 or more points just twice in the regular season. This year? They have done that three straight weeks. Ouch.Playoff chances for all 32 NFL teams after Week 4 - ESPN In$iderThe Eagles have essentially played half of a really good game this year. Not half as in 30 minutes, but half as in one unit: the defense against Atlanta in Week 1. Take that game out, and their defensive DVOA drops from eighth in the league to 24th. Their offense is 24th on the season, and the special teams are 26th. Not only do the Eagles have to improve, they’ll have to do it against tougher competition: Philadelphia’s schedule so far ranks fifth easiest, but its remaining schedule ranks seventh toughest if we consider only 2018 performance and fourth toughest if we also consider preseason projections. On the other hand, the Eagles have higher odds than the NFC’s other 2-2 teams because there was plenty of evidence going into the season that they were better than this, and we’re still accounting for that preseason forecast in the ratings we use in the simulation. Also, the Eagles are only a half-game behind Washington, and they haven’t played any division games yet.Off The Beat: Hats Off To The Head Coach - PE.comHere’s the real Eureka! moment of this investigation: The Eagles are undefeated at home when Pederson wears a visor (13-0). On the flip side, the Eagles are winless in the two road games he has worn a hat. Here’s a complete record breakdown.The Four Must-See Matchups for NFL Week 5 - The RingerLast year’s two NFC finalists have not quite picked up where they left off: The Eagles are 2-2, and the Vikings are 1-2-1. It would be silly to suggest that either team’s season is done if they lose Sunday, but another defeat would mean they have an especially tough road to get back to where they were in January. A third defeat so early in the season will put the losing team behind in the race for a playoff bye or home-field advantage. It is hard to think of a more dull conference-championship rematch in recent history. It’s concerning that both of these teams seem incapable of doing the things that made them great last season. Last year’s Eagles offense was an efficient machine; it’s now 24th in the NFL in offensive DVOA. In 2017, no team turned the hardest situations in football into positive plays as consistently as the Eagles did. But this year they’ve lost that edge.Why the Eagles remain so loyal to embattled Jalen Mills - InquirerOn one hand, it’s easy to look at the Eagles’ cornerback situation and conclude that Sidney Jones has starting potential on the outside, Mills has experience playing the slot and at safety, and it would be an easy move to make. But Pederson must consider the human element, too, and the long-term ramifications. If Pederson makes a lineup change, it’s not usually for a one-week spark. It’s how the team wants to play. (An exception was Nelson Agholor’s one-week benching in 2016, but that was done to try to give Agholor a chance to catch his breath away from the heat.) The Eagles would still need Mills to be a contributing player. Pederson insisted the Eagles cannot afford to make knee-jerk reactions and must realize the corresponding moving parts. Mills is not the type of player who needs a week away to regain his confidence..Jason Peters’ health, Kirk Cousins in Philadelphia, and more in Roob’s Eagles observations - NBCSPIt’s only Week 5, but Sunday’s game against the Vikings really feels like one of those pivotal games for the Eagles. The Vikings are coming in seeking revenge after getting humiliated 38-7 in last year’s NFC Championship Game. Kirk Cousins has always put up big numbers against the Eagles, especially in Philly. The Eagles’ secondary and offensive line are reeling after Sunday’s loss to the Titans. They’re banged up in several key spots. Their best outside pass rusher, Derek Barnett Youth Jay Ajayi Jersey , is out. And looming after the Vikings and before the bye are a nationally televised Thursday night road game against the Giants, the 2-1 Panthers at home and the 3-1 Jaguars in London. Rough stretch. I still think the Eagles are a playoff team, but a loss Sunday and things could get away from them. We know the 2017 Eagles were tremendous at handling adversity. Can this team do it too? We’ll have a good idea by Thursday evening.Cheat sheet: Lineup changes, numbers and predictions for the Eagles-Vikings matchup - The AthleticThe Eagles are in sub packages nearly 70 percent of the time anyway. Even if they started Jones on the outside in place of Mills, they’d both have to be on the field for most of the game. Many readers have asked about Rasul Douglas, but all I can say is that if the Eagles felt like Douglas would be an upgrade, they’d play him. Douglas flashed but was inconsistent in limited action last year, and the same was true about this year’s preseason. For now, expect the same rotation at cornerback.Jalen Mills takes on bullying, has confidence in defense despite Eagles’ 2-2 start - CBS Sports“I think our confidence is high regardless of our record right now,” he says. “Being 2-2, I think it kind of stirs things up on the team, and when I say stirs things up, I mean in a good way. It gets guys hungry. Some guys are angry. We’ve got guys who block out everything and go into complete focus. Our confidence is super, super high, and we’re ready for this Sunday.”Preview: Eagles host Vikings - KYWThe Eagles are getting ready for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings at home. KYW Newsradio’s Matt Leon spoke with Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation about what to look for in this one.Grading the NFL’s 3-1 teams, from the legit (Jaguars) to the ... less legit (Titans) - SB NationWins are wins, and the Titans have three of them, but we have a pretty good idea of who’s more likely to keep winning going forward....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_RadioEagles News: Chad Johnson offers to play for Philadelphia Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... 10 wide receiver options for the Philadelphia Eagles - BGNDEVANTE PARKER - Parker was a surprise scratch for the Dolphins’ Sunday game against the Jets. The 2015 first-round pick has been dealing with a broken finger but he said he felt he was healthy enough to play. Perhaps Adam Gase has soured on Parker not unlike he did with Jay Ajayi last year. Howie Roseman should call up Mike Tannenbaum to check up on the situation. Parker, 25, has 139 career receptions for 1,908 yards (13.7 average) and eight touchdowns.It sure sounds like the Eagles are going to add a wide receiver - PhillyVoiceDespite Kenny Britt’s long NFL tenure (comparatively speaking), he is still only 29 years old. This option would of course have the least amount of sizzle, but Britt would likely come cheap, and wouldn’t cost anything in terms of draft pick compensation.Entire Offense Needs To Step Up To Get On Track - PE.comSo where do the Eagles go from here? They’re keeping their eyes open for options to add to the wide receiver group, so we’ll see if anything transpires there. The rule of thumb in this league is that you coach what you have, and right now the Eagles have a lot of players who are either young (Shelton Gibson, DeAndre Carter, Dallas Goedert, Joshua Perkins) or new to the offense (Kamar Aiken) trying to supplement the main threats who are tight end Zach Ertz and Agholor. The latter two were targeted a whopping 25 times among Foles’ 48 passing attempts on Sunday in Tampa. That’s just too much for two players and not enough moving the football around. Agholor has 16 catches in two games, but he’s averaging just 7.6 yards per reception. Explosiveness is lacking all around.How quickly can the Eagles’ Carson Wentz look like his old self? - Daily NewsTwo things about Pederson’s answers: 1) He doesn’t think carefully tiptoeing Wentz back into the fray is any kind of option, and 2) Bottom line, Pederson doesn’t really know how mobile and elusive Wentz can be, wearing a knee brace, with his knee probably still at least a couple of months from feeling the way it felt before he injured it. Nobody knows. Usually it’s a full year after surgery before everything is completely back to normal.Eagles’ uncharacteristic breakdowns allowed Buccaneers to hit big plays - NBCSPThose two long TDs equaled the total number of 75-yard touchdowns the Eagles allowed in their previous 23 games going back to late in the 2016 season. This is totally out of character. The Eagles usually get enough pressure that quarterbacks don’t have time to crank up deep balls. And they have talented albeit young corners and smart safeties. Heck, the Eagles only allowed nine touchdown passes longer than 20 yards in 19 games all last year! But this was just a combination of two plays where the Bucs executed at a high level and the Eagles didn’t. “We killed ourselves,” Darby said. “It’s nothing they did, it’s what we did to ourselves.”The Starting 11: Blake Bortles and Ryan Fitzpatrick Are 鈥?for Real? - The RingerPederson’s team has looked uninspiring over its first two games as Wentz has been sidelined and other key pieces (including Alshon Jeffery and Timmy Jernigan) have dealt with injuries. Even with Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles under center http://www.authenticsphiladelphiaeagles.com/cheap-stefen-wisniewski-jersey , Philly has been in a holding pattern, waiting until Wentz was ready to play. Foles may not be at fault for Jalen Mills being unable to stay with DeSean Jackson or Ronald Darby falling off O.J. Howard in the open field, but it’s clear that the Eagles need a jolt, no matter where it comes from. Welcoming back the face of the franchise and going up against a young Colts defense (one that played quite well Sunday in a 21-9 win over Washington) might be the lift Pederson’s club needs. The hope is that the Eagles’ rocky start hasn’t pushed them to get Wentz on the field before he’s ready, but by all accounts, the final step was just getting the doctor’s signoff. Wentz has been practicing for much of the summer and was waiting only for the go-ahead. If he really is ready, this is welcome news for Philadelphia.With Carson Wentz playing, Eagles will protect him - San Diego Union Tribune“If he’s cleared, he’s cleared,” Pederson said. “There is no need to hold back.” Surely, the Eagles will be creative and find a way to maximize Wentz’s effectiveness. However, they can’t have it all. Although Wentz looked much improved in his pregame workout Sunday, it is medically imporssivle to be 100 percent this early. Given the increased chance of re-injury with an early return, I expect the Eagles to be smart – as they have been so far.Mychal Kendricks starts for Seahawks - PFTMychal Kendricks arrived in Seattle earlier this week. Apparently that was enough time for him to learn what he needed to learn about the Seahawks defense. Or maybe he’s just better than anybody else the Seahawks could put out there at weakside linebacker tonight. He’s certainly the most experienced of their options. Kendricks opened the game in place of K.J. Wright, who continues to rehab from arthroscopic knee surgery.Giants’ injury update: Jon Halapio’s season over with broken ankle - Big Blue ViewThe New York Giants offensive line, still trying to gel as a unit, has suffered a major loss. Center Jon Halapio, who suffered a right leg injury in Sunday night’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys, is now confirmed to be out for the season. ESPN’s Jordan Raanan reported the news first, saying that Halapio has a broken ankle:UCLA Bruins Get Bulldogged by Fresno State, 38-14 - Bruins NationWe all thought that Chip Kelly would install an offense that had creativity and put players in the best position to excel. We thought players would tackle better and be more disciplined. We had a multitude of thoughts before the season started. What do we have now? We have nine games left in which we will be the underdog in each game except for maybe one, and it’s very possible that the Bruins could lose all of them.PFF’s Week 2 NFL Team of the Week - PFFQuarterback: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 96.3. For the second consecutive week, Fitzpatrick makes our Team of the Week, this time on the back of an incredibly solid effort against the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. He completed 27-of-33 passes for 402 yards and four touchdowns with four big-time throws to tie for the NFL lead in Week 2. He didn’t throw a turnover-worthy pass all game long and after two weeks of play, Fitzpatrick is the NFL’s highest-graded quarterback with a 98.8 overall grade.Agent’s Take: Here are eight contract-year players who can cash in with a big 2018 - CBS SportsAssuming the 2019 salary cap is in the $190 million neighborhood, a deal equivalent to Vernon’s would average slightly more than $20.75 million per year. This type of interpretation of Vernon’s contract will be particularly relevant because Vernon and Demarcus Lawrence have the same agent.QB protection penalties are way up, and the NFL has a problem - ESPNWhat, dear fan, are you more willing to accept: quarterbacks pummeled and possibly hurt on a weekly basis, or rule enforcement that protects them but at times makes a mockery of the effort? If we’ve learned anything during the first two weeks of the 2018 season, it’s that the NFL has bet on the latter -- even as that bet escalates into one of the biggest stories of the year. On multiple fronts, and with little public warning, the league has further elevated its extreme measures to protect quarterbacks. There were another six roughing the passer penalties during the first 15 games of Week 2, including a questionably interpreted but game-altering call against Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. That brought the season total to 21, putting the league on an unprecedented pace for the season.How to fix the NFL’s confusing roughing the passer rules - SB NationThe league’s ever expanding rules for roughing the passer have now ruined two games in two weeks. It’s time to rethink them....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_Radio

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