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Standartinė chenyan94 » 2018 Lap 06, 04:54

Defense stops Eli Manning Womens Marcell Dareus Jersey , Odell Beckham, Jr. on potential game-winning drive The Jacksonville Jaguars won their season opener against the New York Giants with ugly offense, opportunistic special teams, and a defense that just would not go quietly into that good night.With 2:21 left in the fourth quarter, the Giants offense took the field. It was 20-15 with the Jaguars leading but... we’ve seen this movie before, folks. Not typically with the quality of defense we have now, but old wounds are hard to mend.But Sunday turned out different. The defense held, they bent but they didn’t break, and the Jaguars are now 1-0 because of it.That drive is what we’ll be diving into this week as we break down the drive of the game for Week 1.Play #1: 1st and 10 at NYG 19The Jaguars defense starts out in soft zone, allowing Beckham to get an easy 21-yard gain between D.J. Hayden and Jalen Ramsey. Although it looks like Ramsey is the one to blame for this, there really is no blame. It’s prevent coverage — Eli Manning is going to get those for easy chunks.Play #2: 1st and 10 at NYG 40With the clock stopped and the two-minute warning coming up, the Giants opt to try a run play. After all, Saquon Barkley had the biggest play of the day... why not try again? The Jaguars have it sniffed out however, with Barry Church reading it all perfectly.Play #3: 2nd and 9 at NYG 41The Giants did this sort of thing all day long and it’s a big reason why Beckham ended with 11 catches for 111 yards. The natural pick play created by Beckham running the cross with Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack running into each other allows Beckham an easy 20-yard gain.Play #4: 1st and 10 at JAX 40And here we get to the “don’t break” part of this bend but don’t break Jaguars defense. The defensive line will really stand out in these next four downs Womens A. J. Cann Jersey , keeping Manning off balance and throwing passes that range from a little off to no chance.The interior of the line is especially good these last few downs. After nearly 59 minutes of play, watch Malik Jackson sled block the left guard mere inches away from Manning.Play #5: 2nd and 10 at JAX 40Another run, another sad face.Play #6: 3rd and 6 at JAX 36Remember what I was saying about the defensive line? Yeah...Lerentee McCray gets a great jump off the snap and it’s what’s got Manning worried first. He looks to the other side of the field and BAM there’s Malik again right in his face. The throw is off target.Play #7: 4th and 6 at JAX 36The defensive line won this game, but let’s also credit newly signed cornerback D.J. Hayden taking on Beckham on this play. Hayden stays with Beckham step for step and is helped out by Manning throwing under a lot of pressure.McCray more than earned his pay check last week, getting another pressure on Manning on his most important pass of the afternoon.SummaryThe defense was the biggest reason for the win against the Giants and the defensive line was the reason the rest of the defense was able to flourish. And it’s a big reason why the line is the deepest, most talented position group on a roster that has quite a few deep and talented position groups.Bend but don’t break all the way to the Super Bowl, Jaguars.Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets: This is when you knew it was going to be a blowout If you look at the scoreline for the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets game, you’d be forgiven for thinking Jacksonville simply beat New York by three scores. “Easy game,” you’d think to yourself. “Three score win. New York just wasn’t good enough.”And while it was a three score win — and three score wins are a beat down in the NFL — it felt like even more than that. It felt like from the middle of the second quarter on, the Jaguars could do no wrong and the Jets go do no right.But for the first quarter-and-a-half, the Jaguars were leading just 6-0 despite holding an astounding 15:37 to 9:37 lead in time of possession and starting their third drive of the day.It was this third drive of the game — after 15-play and 12-play drives that amounted to three points a piece — that turned the feel of the game from “we’re going to win but we should really be up by a lot more” to “how many Jaguars players do I have on my fantasy team again?”Let’s dive into what I consider the drive of the game — Jacksonville’s first touchdown of the day and the pivot from “sure win” to “sure domination”. Play #1: 1st and 10 at JAX 22How Leonard Williams went unchecked here I’ll never know. Was Niles Paul supposed to hit him as he went on his route? Was James O’Shaughnessy supposed to bump him as he pulled behind the line? I don’t know, but he went untouched to Blake Bortles who — for all his warts — is one tough dude. Blake got the pass away but it wouldn’t be the first time he’d have to deal with Leonard on this play.Play #2: 2nd and 10 at JAX 22Dede Westbrook went off this game, just like in Week 2 when they employed a similar game plan, for 130 yards on nine catches and 13 targets. It’s as easy a read and throw as Blake is going to make and it’s as easy a run after the catch as he’ll have. 27 yards. First down. Let’s go.Play #3: 1st and 10 at JAX 49I broke down this sack here but without knowing the pre-snap reads Black Marcell Dareus Jersey , calls, and assignments, but because of the fake to T.J. Yeldon, this play takes a little longer than normal to develop. That allows Leonard Williams to make an inside move against right guard A.J. Cann. The coverage is good and I wonder if Blake could have fit that ball to D.J. Chark on the right side of the field. All in all, the offensive line has to give Blake just a second longer to let the routes develop.Play #4: 2nd and 20 at JAX 39This is a standard prevent call by the Jets defense to keep everything in front of them and minimize the yardage and a taking-what-the-defense-gives-you approach by the Jaguars offense. It’s not what I would call “third-and-manageable” but it’s better than 20 yards to go.Play #5: 3rd and 14 at JAX 45What are the Jets doing here? More importantly, what is Darron Lee doing here? He lets O’Shaughnessy go untouched and stays in the middle of the field where he’s joined by two other Jets defenders. From Lee’s body language on the play it looks like he screwed up and he knows he screwed up.Play #6: 1st and 10 at NYJ 38After five straight pass plays, it’s time to take some easy yards with Yeldon. Good speed to the left edge and good gain of seven yards.Play #7: 2nd and 3 at NYJ 31From snap to end zone, Yeldon goes completely untouched for several reasons — Keelan Cole makes a superb downfield block along the left sideline, Dede Westbrook sells the crosser over the middle, and Nathaniel Hackett designs the route combinations for the remaining receivers to act as a sort of “parting of the Red Sea” so that defenders are running the opposite way from where Yeldon is coming. Blake times the pass perfectly to where the first one is just barely going to miss and it’s an easy touchdown.SummaryAs I said before, this game was domination by the Jaguars over the Jets in every phase and this drive is when you knew it was going to be that way. This drive could have easily ended in three more points and then it’s 9-0 or 9-3 headed into halftime. That would have kept the Jets in it, at least mentally. But instead, the offense kept its foot on the gas and didn’t let up.
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