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Game Two: Part V.
and 10, the Pats lined up in a 4-3. One of those LBs was definitely Chung,
as the Eagles went 3-Wide Weak shotgun. Philly ran a draw up the middle.
There were seven defenders stuffing it. Bentley, Chung, and Roberts came
out of the bottom of the pile. I think Roberts got him first.
and 7, the Pats matched up in a 4-2 Nickel. Davis and Wise both had nice
rushes, but both ended up behind the QB. Wise grabbed the QB from behind
as he threw, and the pass was way off. The Pats DBs were also great in
coverage all game long. They were throwing at Rowe a little, but not
really completing them.
and 7, the Pats went Dime and crowded the line with five guys: 2-up
3-down. They send all five. But they tried to stunt and crash into
themselves a little and stalled. But the coverage was great again. The QB
could only dump it off to the RB. He was taken down well short by Devon,
who always plays with great position, to force the punt.
Offense marched out on 1st and 10, they lined up in an I. Brady handed it
to Gillislee inside. But Shaq, Andrews, and Thuney got beat by the DTs.
Which really was the first time those three guys all got beat together.
They were as near perfect as you can be up until this point.
and 13, the Pats lined up in a 3-Wide strong shotgun. The interior OLs
failed again. Philly crowded the middle of the line. Shaq and Andrews pick
up the two DLs just on their right. Thuney pick up the DT to his left.
This left a gapping hole right in front of Brady. The ILB ran untouched
through that elephant sized gap. Brady intentionally grounded the ball as
fast as he could, as he was about to be shot down.
and 13, the Pats lined up in a 3-Wide Weak shotgun. The Philly D-line was
milling about. But they goofed around for too long, and Brady was able to
snap the ball before they were set. However, the defense was in a safe
umbrella. Brady could only dump it off to White over the middle. They
swarmed over him well before White could pick up the First to force the
and 10, the D lined up in a 3-3 Nickel, with Clayborn standing up at his
regular D-end position. He stunted inside, and Shelton went outside and
jammed the OLT into Sudfeld after he threw. He hit the Slot guy crossing
underneath, as the coverage outside was great again. Bentley slowed him,
and Crossen finally brought him down.
and 2, the Pats go Nickel, but with four guys with their hands down across
the line. They ran a toss to Ajayi. He got outside and sliced through the
defense with a nice run. Chung finally form tackled him down. Rowe was
out, and Jason McCourty was in.
and 10, the Pats matched up in a 4-2 Nickel. The rush was a little slow.
They stunted on the blindside, which seemed to slow both rushers down more
than anything. They doubled Shelton inside. Clayborn had a slow start.
This gave the QB time to go deep. But Gilmore had perfect coverage. He
leaped up and knocked the ball out.
and 10, the Pats stayed 4-2 Nickel. The Pats schemed it well. Clayborn
went hard outside, and Shelton went inside. Van Noy shot the gap between
the two. The RB had to pick him up. He chopped out his legs, but Van Noy
still hit the QB after he threw. The pass was way off, but the rookie CB
Crossen slapped at the WR before the ball arrived. He mistimed the slap.
has it athletically, but he mistimed three slaps at the Ball. He was early
by almost a full second on the first. You have to give the rookie a bit of
a break. But if his ball skills are so bad that he mistimes playing the
ball by almost a full second? Than he just can't play in the NFL. If he
can clean up his ball skills a little, I still think he has a shot at the
Practice Squad. He showed a lot of good things on the field.
and 10 at the Pats 20, they matched up in a 3-2 Dime. The Pats sent seven
guys, LOL. Roberts dropped out late. The gamble worked as Van Noy went
unblocked through the gap. The QB had to bail to his left. Van Noy
couldn't reach him. Guy got outside and in his face a little as he threw.
He went after the rookie again, but the pass sailed out of bounds.
went Empty again. The Pats match up in a 4-1 Dime. Davis had a great rush.
He is a big dude. "Keionta worked really hard last year even though
he wasn't able to practice. He was on NFI [non-football injury] all
season, but he essentially went through two offseason programs: one during
the season, and then one in the offseason, because he was restricted to
what his participation level could be," BB said. "That changed
this spring and then into training camp and so forth. He's continued to do
all of the things that he could do. He was just limited until we got into
this calendar year. He’s been able to work on those things. He still has
a long way to go.
still has a lot of things he needs to improve on and refine and react
quicker to and so forth. But that comes from not having actively played
football for a year, or a little more than a year. It has returned and
hopefully those things will come back to him, and his reactions and all
will continue to improve. He's done a good job. He's in good condition.
He's worked hard. I like what he's been doing." He reminds me of
dipped under the ORT, and got to Sudfeld. The ORT barely pushed him past
Sudfeld, but he was able to slap his arm as he passed him, and forced him
to take off. He threw it, and Crossen had great coverage. The ball hit
Crossen in the arm. He turned to look back at the ball, and the ball went
to the other side. They called face-guarding. The ball skills sunk below
an NFL level again.
and Goal from the One, the Pats matched up in a 3-3 Nickel. They ran right
at Shelton for some reason. He stuffed the double team. Guy burst the ORG
back, and grabbed the RB from the side and stopped him. Then Davis,
Bentley, and Shelton knocked him straight back on his butt. That was a
great goal line stop.
and goal from the One, the Pats are finally able to go big, as Philly went
two TE Singleback. They lined up in a 4-3 with both safeties up. Bentley
and Van Noy shot the gap as it looked like both guessed the snap. The RB
had to go left, as Bentley was in the backfield. He ran right into Van
Noy, who grabbed his legs. Chung and Jason McCourty swooped in and took
him down. Then Bentley redirected over and got a hit in on the RB as well.
and Goal from the four, Philly had to go Shotgun. The Pats matched up on a
4-3 with six guys crowding the line. They sent seven. Sudfeld had to
retreat a little, and threw early off his back foot. But Gibson beat Jason
on an inside out move. Pats-17.
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