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Beyond the body clock issues of playing in London Youth Jordan Matthews Jerseys , they’ll also have to deal with a pass rush that, at it’s peak, can be an absolute wood-chipper. The Jaguars have struggled to get home recently, but the Eagles will need to be prepared for a creative pass rush.During the Jaguars’ three game losing streak, the defense has given up an average of 30 points. Part of this is due to the offense putting them in bad situations. In the last three games, 8 of their 17 conceded scoring drives starts at their opponents 40-yard line or worse. For example, in Week 6 against the Dallas Cowboys, they forced a field goal on a drive that started on their own 8-yard line after a Blake Bortles interception. They had their collapses too against Dallas, but not all scores are created equal.This doesn’t absolve the defense entirely, but it is important context to note that their defense averages the 3rd worst starting position in the league. Overall, they still rank 9th for points allowed per game despite their rough stretch, highlighting just how dominant they can be when they’re firing on all cylinders.One way they can find their groove against the Eagles’ offense is getting pressure that they convert into sacks. The Eagles have allowed the 7th most sacks this season (22), while the Jaguars have only registered 15 sacks. This is despite them registering over 30% pressure in 6 of 7 games and being on a four-game streak where they’ve tallied a pressure on over 40% of opposing dropbacks. Stop me if this sounds familiar.Over half of their sacks have come on money downs, and as such, I charted every 3rd and 4th down pass rush they’ve had this season to see how they deploy their money down defense.SENDING EXTRA...The Jaguars send a blitz on 28% of money down passing situations. When they do, they’ve notched 4 sacks and are allowing a 43% success rate Jordan Matthews Jerseys Stitched , which is higher than league average in both regards.One of the strategies the Jaguars will utilize is overloading one side, especially to the ball-hand side of the quarterback. I wrote about this method regarding how Jim Schwartz would attempt to attack/contain Cam Newton as a scrambler based on charting Newton’s typical escape route.In this case, Dak Prescott is able to step up away from the clean pressure of safety Tashaun Gipson. Calais Campbell quickly cleans this up after entering a quasi-spy role once he does his job of occupying the center-guard slide. The Eagles have had issues not allowing clean blitzers coming from off the line and will have to be cognizant against this overload. They’ll also have to be aware that the Jaguars will send all three of their safeties (Gipson, Barry Church, and Ronnie Harrison comprise their big nickel) on various packages.MUGGING THE A...The Jaguars’ have put at least one linebacker in the A-gap 27% of the time and double mug 8%. The double mug concept is largely credited to late, great Eagles’ defensive coordinator Jim Johnson. The idea is to confusing the offensive line and create individual match-ups that the defense finds favorable when isolated. The downside is the middle of the field is vulnerable, even if they drop into coverage, because they’re going to be inherently late to their spots.On this play, the Jaguars bring the house.I highlight this play not because it worked for the Jaguars, but because there will be times where the Eagles are going to have to block up a similar look and win in a similar fashion. Against this look, the Eagles will have to leave in extra protection, and this is the type of play Alshon Jeffery will have to make on the outside against Jalen Ramsey.NUT TWISTS...It’s no secret that the Eagles have struggled mightily, dating back to last year and probably further, with defensive line “games”.This is bad news for the Eagles, because the Jaguars run stunts at a 48% clip. They bring it it left, right Youth Timmy Jernigan Jerseys , inside and on both sides, they bring it with blitzes and without blitzing, they’ll do it from an overload and traditional alignment, and they’ll throw in cross-fires from their linebackers for extra confusing blitz pick-ups. The variety in which they deploy these games shows just how much they believe in this concept.The most effective manner in which the Jaguars’ run these games comes without the blitz. They do this 36% of the time and are allowing a stifling 20% success rate. They utilized it for a sack on a 3rd & 12 against the New York Jets in Week 3.I’ve gone back and forth on what to call this.. the action between the defensive tackles would be called a “NUT Twist”, which is to great of a term to not reference. It also attacks the center, which is the purpose of a NUT.The alignment makes the angle more like a “TEX Stunt” (tackle-end exchange). This is due to having 1-tech Calais Campbell to the left of the center and defensive tackle Malik Jackson and defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. lined up outside of the right tackle. But a rose by any other name still got a sack.Campbell acts as the smasher/penetrator, taking the center and guard with him. With the other side of the line widening to combat the rush of Yannick Ngakoue, there’s a clear runway for Jackson to attack.Since Carson Wentz has returned to the line-up, the Eagles offensive line have given up 17 sacks at an 8% rate. That has to improve. It’s also important to protect Wentz so he doesn’t get murdered, as seen below.The Jaguars pass rush will throw a lot of complex looks and designs at the Eagles; so whether or not it will improve relies heavily on the offensive line’s ability to provide Wentz with time on third down. If they can’t, it’s going to be a long day for an offense that has shown a propensity for shooting themselves in the foot.Eagles vs. Falcons snap counts: Some surprises in Philadelphia’s Week 1 game Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 18-12 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season. Some interesting things of note here in the reigning Super Bowl champions’ first game. OFFENSEJason Kelce missed one snap. He limped off the field as Isaac Seumalo ran in to replace him as the Eagles took a knee to end the first half. He didn’t miss any more time, which was good to see.Jason Peters missed a snap due to an upset stomach.Zach Ertz almost played the entire game. The Eagles especially need his presence with Alshon Jeffery and Mack Hollins out. Ertz didn’t have his best night against Atlanta but he still managed to lead the time in receiving with five receptions for 48 yards. Mike Wallace was held without a catch despite playing 92% of the snaps. Who would’ve guessed DeAndre Carter would get so much playing time? He logged his first NFL career reception on Thursday night. That was cool to see. But even though I like Carter, I’m not crazy about him playing nearly 40 snaps more than second-round pick Dallas Goedert. What’s up with that? The season is incredibly young, but this kind of usage is why I had some questions about the selection being the most efficient use of resources. Hopefully we see more of Goedert moving forward. I never fully bought into the idea that Jay Ajayi was simply going to dominate the Eagles’ playing time at running back and Thursday night confirmed my suspicion. This is still very much a rotation. Now, I don’t disagree that the Eagles SHOULD use Ajayi more often. It felt like a little too much of Darren Sproles (with all due respect) and not enough Jay Train at times. In addition to filling in for Kelce on one snap, Seumalo saw four snaps as a blocking tight end. He got into the game over Halapoulivaati Vaitai in that role. Last year at this time it was Big V ahead of him in that regard. Seems like a good sign for Seumalo’s development.It’s pretty surprising to see Shelton Gibson only played four snaps after having such a strong preseason. He seemed to figure in as a sure-fire starter with Jeffery and Hollins missing time. Most of Gibson’s playing time came on special teams Timmy Jernigan Jerseys Stitched , where he was used as the team’s primary kick returner.DEFENSEGood to see Jordan Hicks out there healthy and playing the full game. The stat-stuffing stud finished the game with seven tackles (team high), 1.5 sacks, two tackles for loss, one pass defensed, and two quarterback hits. He’s a beast. The Eagles made an effort to manage Fletcher Cox’s snaps throughout the season in order to keep him fresh for the playoffs. They certainly weren’t conserving him for this game, which is fine, because they really needed him. Cox had one sack, one tackle for loss, and four quarterback hits.Derek Barnett got the “start” at defensive end but he was ultimately outsnapped by MIchael Bennett. Sidney Jones played the entire game as the Eagles’ nickel corner.Nathan Gerry got the “start” at linebacker but Kamu Grugier-Hill played more than him. It’ll be interesting to see how the playing time gets split up there with Nigel Bradham back. Grugier-Hill had a key tackle for loss on the Falcons’ first failed 4th-and-goal attempt in the game.Destiny Vaeao got the “start” at defensive tackle next to Cox despite the fact Haloti Ngata is listed ahead of him on the depth chart. Rasul Douglas filled in for Ronald Darby on two snaps and made the most of his playing time by notching a crucial red-zone interception. Kudos to Sul.SPECIAL TEAMSRookie corner Avonte Maddox only played on special teams. No defensive snaps.Newly acquired Eagles linebacker D.J. Alexander got some good work in on special teams.When the Eagles traded for Deiondre’ Hall, my thought was that the Eagles are going to cut him after Hall’s one game suspension is over. Sullivan did nothing to help himself with his bone-headed decision to get near a live ball and gift possession back to the Falcons. Just can’t do that, my guy.Johnston got a lot of work due to the Eagles’ offensive struggles. He did pretty well in his regular NFL season debut with six punts for 313 yards (52.2 average), only one touchback, one punt downed inside the 20-yard line, and a long of 65. Looks like the Eagles have a keeper here, which is good to see after moving on from Donnie Jones.Not listed in the graphic here: Jake Elliott played six special teams snaps (22%).
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