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Eagles News: Alshon Jeffery expects another Super Bowl win

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Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Alshon Jeffery keeps championship expectations amid return to Philadelphia Eagles from injury - PennLiveJeffery hasn’t changed his expectation Janoris Jenkins Jersey , either. ”Sky’s the limit,” Jeffery said. “Like I said, just winning games. Another Super Bowl, that’s my expectation.” It’s a long road to Atlanta and Super Bowl LIII. The Eagles face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, and Jeffery will be watching from the sideline again. His return is in question, but his determination for another Super Bowl is not. ”I think it’s everyone’s expectation to do it again,” Jeffery said. “Why not?”Eagles vs. Buccaneers Game Preview: 5 questions and answers with the enemy - BGNInsight from a Bucs writer.The Kist & Solak Show #11: Eagles D vs Bucs O Preview (Full Re-Post) - BGN RadioMichael Kist and Benjamin Solak hit their last preview before the Eagles take on the Bucs in Week 2 action! This time they flip sides and preview the Bucs offense the Eagles defense. The Bucs have a new play-caller in town, so what’s the key to a reversal in Fitzpatrick’s play? How many sacks for the Eagles? Plus coverage matchups and much more! (Initial upload was cut short, this is the full show!)Cris Collinsworth’s comments about Michael Bennett’s unhappiness in Philly are nonsense - PhillyVoiceBennett was unavailable for comment, but according to a league source, he communicated to the Eagles that those comments came as a surprise to him, and that they were not true at all. Wherever Collinsworth is getting his “word” from, it isn’t from Bennett.On The Way To Tampa Bay, By The Numbers - PE.comThe focus is on running back Jay Ajayi, who has put up some impressive numbers since 2016. Ajayi’s 2,207 rushing yards since then rank sixth in the NFL behind Ezekiel Elliott (2,683), Le’Veon Bell (2,559), Jordan Howard (2,517), LeSean McCoy (2,427), and Todd Gurley (2,298). I showed the list to Ajayi on Thursday at his locker at the NovaCare Complex. He shook his head. He studied the list. He shook his head again. “Yeah Kerry Wynn Jersey , it’s good, but I’ve got to be honest with you. I see people in front of me, names in front of me,” Ajayi said. “For me it’s always about trying to be better, trying to be the best. So until I’m the first player on that list, I’ve got to keep working. That’s how I look at it.”Eagles vs. Bucs: Matchups, storylines and predictions - The AthleticThe Bucs have a mediocre offensive line. One way they compensate for that is by keeping extra players in to protect. Last week, on 17 of Fitzpatrick’s 28 throws, Tampa had at least one additional player (other than the five offensive linemen) in to pass protect. Ryan Fitzpatrick can be elusive and scramble, but the Eagles should be able to get to him often.Records, surprises and streaks in Roob’s latest 10 Eagles observations - NBCSPGotta admit I wasn’t sure what to think when the Eagles signed Chris Long. He had just eight sacks over the 2014 through 2016 seasons with the Rams and Patriots, and the Eagles already had good pass rushers. What was he going to add at 32 years old? Turns out he added a ton. Leadership, veteran presence and a steady pass rush — 5.0 sacks as a rotational end. I mentioned to Long after the season how much he added and he told me he was really disappointed in his season, which I thought was interesting. He had won a Super Bowl, recorded his highest sack total since 2013, forced four fumbles. But that’s when I realized just how much he expects from himself. He came back this year in even better shape, and his game in the opener was the best I’ve seen him play as an Eagle. At 33, he’s showing no sign of slowing down.Eagles-Buccaneers: Doug Pederson is fearless on fourth down. Will other coaches follow suit? - Tampa Bay Times鈥⊿o why don’t they go for it more often? “We’ve studied the analytics on it and the problem with looking at it like that — those are all looking at all fourth downs over the course of the season,” Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said. “You might get three in a row, but if I don’t get it in this particular game, we might be losing, and I might be out of here.”Fear. That’s why coaches don’t go for it. They know what they should do, but they fear a loss more than they value a gain, even when the gain is more likely. It’s irrational, but it’s also quintessentially human. And it’s why http://www.giantscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-curtis-riley-jersey , despite the Eagles’ success, we probably won’t see a dramatic change in fourth-down strategy across the NFL.Grady Jarrett fined for roughing Nick Foles - PFTWe saw several of those calls in the preseason and many more in the first week of the regular season. The first of them came on the first Thursday night of the year when Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett was penalized for landing on Eagles quarterback Nick Foles after hitting him in the midsection.Eagles vs Buccaneers: Game Preview - Bucs NationThe Bucs are 1-0 to start the season and now face the defending world champions in the Philadelphia Eagles. There were plenty of fireworks as Tampa Bay scored a franchise-high 48 points against the division rival Saints. Ryan Fitzpatrick had the best game of his career and sealed the deal with an impressive run on 3rd-and-11 in the fourth quarter. But things will be much tougher when the Eagles come to town. How will the Bucs fare on Sunday?The NFL Watchability Rankings, Week 2: The World Needs a Brady-Bortles Rematch - The RingerRyan Fitzpatrick torched the Saints defense last week to the tune of 417 yards and four touchdowns, and now the question is: Can that last? As much as I’d love to believe in Fitzmagic, we are talking about a 35-year-old who is a known commodity as a player—it’s highly unlikely he became a god-like passer overnight. Before Sunday, Fitzpatrick had seven total games in his career in which he threw for at least 350 yards. In the games immediately following those outings, his average statline is 187.9 passing yards, 0.7 touchdowns, and 1.3 interceptions. In other words: He usually comes crashing back to earth. Plus, the Eagles have one of the best defenses in football, so this game will present a serious challenge.The Cowboys’ salary-cap mismanagement is wasting Dak Prescott - ESPNUnder Romo’s original extension, the Cowboys could have cut Romo and paid just $5 million in dead money. Because they repeatedly restructured Romo’s deal, though, they instead owed $19.6 million in accounting charges. Dallas used the post-June 1 exception to spread those charges over two years, paying $10.7 million in 2017 and $8.9 million this season. Romo has played four games over the past three seasons, and the Cowboys will have paid him more than $40 million in cap charges. If Prescott stays healthy this season, he’ll play 48 games over that same time frame and cost a fraction over $2 million.How is Mychal Kendricks allowed to play for the Seahawks while he awaits sentencing for insider trading? - SB NationSeattle signed Mychal Kendricks to a one-year deal after he pleaded guilty to insider trading. A quick look at how this is possible....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 The Divisional Round is usually one of the most exciting weekends of the NFL season, but what we got instead was three games that were never really in doubt and one close game to round out the weekend. Still, there are a few takeaways we can find from these games as we turn toward crowning a conference champion this weekend.The pass set up the runAll of the winning teams this weekend did a great job running the ball, but not all of them ran the ball to win. There’s going to be a lot of looking at the final rushing numbers with some concluding the ground game was the reason these teams won, but like many instances, these teams got to run because they were winning and so much of that running was set up by the passing game.The Kansas City Chiefs took a 7-0 lead on their first drive with gains of 11, 16, and 34 through the air. Kansas City also had the biggest pass-to-run ratio of the weekend on 1st and 10 in the first half — 12 passes against just four rushes — and they averaged 9.25 yards per play on those. 16 of Damien Williams’s 24 rushing attempts and 87 of his 129 rushing yards came in the second half of the game when the Chiefs started with a 24-7 lead.In Los Angeles, the Rams have been using the passing game to open up lanes on the ground throughout the Sean McVay era. With a consistent look of 11 personnel (three wide receivers) and tight splits (receivers inside the numbers) Rhett Ellison Jersey , the Rams use the threat of the pass to create advantageous running opportunities with their offensive line against light boxes. Even as the Rams were successful on the ground, C.J. Anderson faced a box of eight defenders or more on just 17.4 percent of his attempts Saturday night, per Next Gen Stats. Todd Gurley saw a stacked box on just 6.3 percent of his attempts. Those splits are really all you should need to see what defenses focus on to stop the run — and it’s not the back.New England jumped out to a 35-7 halftime lead with 31 drop backs and 18 rushing attempts. That lead was gained through the air. The Patriots barely topped a 50-50 run-pass split in the second half with 13 pass attempts against 14 non-Brady kneels rushing attempts.Chargers kept it lightAgainst the Baltimore Ravens last week, the Chargers played almost exclusively with seven defensive backs on the field to match the speed of Lamar Jackson and the rest of the Baltimore offense. They stuck with that defense to start against the Patriots, but the problem there is New England doesn’t have the same athletes and the offense is a little more traditional. There doesn’t need to be an extra defensive back to account for the quarterback on runs because — I’m not sure if you’ve ever seen Tom Brady — that quarterback isn’t going anywhere. The strategy hit a bump early when safety Adrian Phillips got injured, though he returned to play 72 percent of the defensive snaps.During the regular season, the Patriots faced just 14 plays against seven defensive backs on the field per Sports Info Solutions — three rushes for 32 yards, eight passes for 38 yards, and three sacks. But New England went into this game prepared for an all-DB defense and the Chargers had no counter once things didn’t go their way.Ghosts of Monday nights pastNow deep into the playoffs, we have moved away from the ESPN Monday Night Football crew and any inane commentary that goes along with it and, oh no.(breathes deeply)The Rams thing is just, wow. How anyone could think that offensive line was a liability heading into the weekend is amazing and there’s no possible way to think that after the Dallas game. The Rams were first in Adjusted Line Yards during the regular season — by a fair amount — and first in ESPN’s Pass Block Win Rate as a whole with the No. 1 tackle, No. 3 guard, and No. 5 center, individually. Even the LA run defense, which was 28th in DVOA, hasn’t been that much of a liability because the pass defense was good (ninth in DVOA) and rarely did rushing attempts matter against the Rams because they were always ahead (see the game against Dallas).Kansas City’s secondary has also been the better part of the Chiefs’ defense. The Chiefs were 12th against the pass by DVOA, but 32nd against the run, so if there was a run defense that could be a liability it was in Kansas City.The Eagles’ secondary has been patched together, but they finished the season 15th in pass defense DVOA. Their struggles against the Saints on Sunday had more to do with static zone coverage on long third downs and not adjusting for things like Michael Thomas sitting wide open in the hole in coverage rather than being completely outmatched.Get ready for pointsThe playoffs have been pretty chalky this season — both Conference Championship Games feature the No. 1 and No. 2 seed — but there could not be a better set of games than what we’re going to get this coming weekend. The four teams left were first, second, fourth, and fifth in offensive DVOA this season. Week 9 gave us a 45-35 Saints win over the Rams in New Orleans and Week 6 gave us a 43-40 Patriots win over the Chiefs in New England. These offenses are going to light up the scoreboard and we’re in for a Super Bowl shootout no matter who plays — though we should all rooting for Chiefs-Rams Part 2.
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