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Week 6 NFL Team of the Week - PFFRonald Darby Youth Jay Ajayi Jersey , Philadelphia Eagles – 92.2. Darby was targeted six times by Eli Manning in the Eagles win over the Giants on Thursday Night Football but allowed just one reception for no yards whatsoever. Showcasing his ability to make plays on the ball, Darby finished the game with four pass breakups to boot.Eagles have done very well in games officiated by the referee for Sunday’s Panthers matchup - BGNThe Philadelphia Eagles have a few notable advantages heading into their Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers. The rest difference is one of them. The Eagles last played on Thursday, October 11 while the Panthers played on Sunday, October 14. Home field advantage is also significant with the Eagles winning 17 out of their last 20 meaningful games at Lincoln Financial Field. And then there’s another factor that certainly wasn’t working in the Eagles’ favor during last year’s game against the Panthers: officiating.Kist & Solak Show #28: Previewing Eagles O vs Panthers D, Bonus Outtake - BGN RadioMichael Kist and Benjamin Solak get you up to date on all the visits and roster moves and then hit preview 1 of 2 by digging into the details of the Eagles offense against the Panthers defense. What concepts can the Eagles use successfully against the Panthers? What matchups should we be eyeing? PLUS a bonus outtake because Michael can’t talk.Isaac Seumalo was good against the Giants, with video analysis and stuff - PhillyVoiceIn pass protection, Seumalo did not allow any sacks or quarterback hits on the night, and I had him down for a pair of pressures allowed. In the run game, Seumalo showed off his awareness, agility, and improved strength. Here is a video of some plays that stood out to me, good and bad. To note, we could also just show the times Seumalo provided good pass protection, but that would make for a pretty boring video, so you’ll just have to trust me that he was mostly very good there Thursday night.Minor Moves - Iggles BlitzAvonte Maddox is needed at FS to replace Rodney McLeod. He is also needed in the slot to replace Sidney Jones. Maddox is a good young player, but he can’t be in two spots at once so the Eagles have a decision to make. They can play Maddox at FS in the base and then move him down to the slot in 3 and 4-receiver sets. Rasul Douglas could then slide into the FS spot in those looks. The Eagles could put Douglas at LCB and move Jalen Mills to the slot, leaving Maddox to play only FS. McDougle now gives the coaches another option. He could play in the slot, leaving Maddox to play FS and Douglas to be the top backup CB. McDougle was with the Lions this summer, but hasn’t played this year. He is at his best in the slot and does have experience in this scheme.Best and worst QBs of Week 6: Wentz, Dak star ... Eli doesn’t - ESPNAfter back-to-back middling weeks in which the Eagles went 0-2, Wentz responded with a career-best 95.9 Total QBR in Week 6 against the Giants. No matter how you evaluate his effort, he looked great. The most important aspect was avoiding negative plays, however. Wentz was sacked only once and had positive expected points added on 30 of his 42 action plays (71 percent), the highest rate of his career. Wentz also was an incredible 13-of-14 on third down with nine of those 13 completions going for a first down. Of quarterbacks who attempted at least 14 third-down attempts , none has a completion rate that high since Kyle Orton matched Wentz’s 13-for-14 performance in Week 14 of 2014.Carson Wentz On Star Rise Again At QB - PE.comWe’re four games into the new beginning of Carson Wentz, Franchise Quarterback, and it’s safe to say that the production is impressive. Wentz has thrown eight touchdown passes and only one interception. He’s completed 68.4 percent of his passes, by far the highest number in his career. The timing is there, the football IQ has only grown greater, and the mobility has been as good as ever. Wentz is back in full flight, and if anyone needed convincing his first touchdown pass in Thursday night’s win over the New York Giants was the ticket. On a third-and-7 play from the New York 13-yard line, Wentz escaped the pocket and rolled right and as he approached the sideline Wentz threw back across his body into the middle of the back of the end zone, completing a touchdown pass to wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. It was amazing.All-22: How the Eagles borrowed from the Patriots and bottled up Beckham in win over the Giants - The Athletic“And again, something like that, yes we saw the Patriots score on that specific play. We run similar concepts throughout. So if you go back to even, I was thinking about that, I think it was Detroit in 2016, we scored a touchdown to Josh Huff. It was a two-man version of the similar concept. So it’s a play we have in our offense. We really liked the way they dressed it up with the bunch and motion into it and throw it there so yes, we replicated the way they did it but it’s not like we were grabbing something that’s not even in our system. We’ll take ideas from all over. If we see good ideas throughout the league or throughout college football on a Saturday, then we’re gonna talk about it. But ultimately we’re gonna make sure that it fits our identity, it fits our personnel and fits what wef’re trying to do in the area that we call it.”What convinced the Eagles that Avonte Maddox could play safety - NBCSP“We took Rodney out of the picture and talked about it as a staff and Avonte gave us the best replacement for Rodney. Kind of the same body type, speed, change of direction. Avonte’s tough, now. I think that position of free safety kind of gets overlooked sometimes, like, ‘Oh, the guy’s just standing back there in the back part of the field.’ But the ball comes ripping through there. (You have to be able to) get the guy on the ground, and we all felt more than comfortable with Avonte in that role Youth Nelson Agholor Jersey , being able to get people on the ground. He’s got great range, he’s fast, really, really smart back there, he’s got great awareness. Some of the things he’s done the last two weeks it’s been like, ‘Wow.’ He’s stepped in there without hesitation.”LeSean McCoy Accusers Suing NFL Star For More Than $13 Million - TMZ SportsThe women who claim they were violently attacked during a home invasion allegedly orchestrated by LeSean McCoy are suing the Buffalo Bills star for more than $13 million, TMZ Sports has learned. McCoy’s ex-girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, is demanding at least $10 million and her friend, Elizabeth Donald, is asking for at least $3.5 million for damages suffered in the July 10 incident.It’s Time to Get Used to the Weird, Unpredictable, High-Scoring NFL - The RingerScoring is up. Scoring margins are down. The Cowboys can look lost on offense one week, and then hang 40 on the best defense in the league the next. This version of pro football is here to stay.John Mara: “Little more playing and a little less talking” from Odell Beckham - Big Blue ViewThe owner obviously isn’t happy with a player he just handed a $95 million contract. The player doesn’t appear happy with the situation he signed up for, though he’s certainly happy with the money. The head coach who went out of his way to build a rapport with Beckham has made it apparent that he feels burned by the wide receiver. None of this is good. No matter what side you’re on. Reality is, the idea that there are sides to choose is a big part of the problem.The Hog Molly Report: Panthers at Washington - Cat Scratch ReaderHowever, the real problem on this defense right now is stopping the run, reflected by our bottom ten ranking in yards per carry. This is very unusual for a Carolina defense, and right now it seems to be breaking everything. We just made Adrian Peterson look about five years younger, and if we had more success our offense probably would have had a few more drives and pulled this game out. Julius Peppers has not been holding up his end of the bargain in this part of the game, and despite his first sack of the season, it’s clear that we must invest in the defensive end position early next year in the draft.2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: Giants Take QB No. 1 in First Projections - SI15. Philadelphia: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia. Baker decided to come back for his senior year and the decision has paid off. He already has two picks on the season and he’d have a chance to compete for a starting job as a rookie in a place like Philadelphia.
Week 6 DVOA Ratings - Football OutsidersIn close games , DVOA doesn’t look at wins and losses, which is how the Chiefs can take over the No. 1 spot from the Rams despite a close loss. The secret: strength of schedule and special teams. Plus, more of a look at the incredibly bad Buffalo offense and the surprisingly good Buffalo defense.NFL Power Rankings Week 7, 2018: The Patriots are laughing their way to the top - SB NationThe Eagles beat the Giants to kick off Week 6, but it seemed like New York lost more than Philadelphia won. Still, a win’s a win and Carson Wentz is doing well in his return from ACL surgery....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_RadioDoug Pederson talks about players who impressed him in Eagles vs. Falcons Fresh off the Philadelphia Eagles earning their first win of the 2018 regular season, head coach Doug Pederson spoke to the media on Friday about some of the offensive concerns and adjustments, and some of the younger guys he was impressed by.Here’s what the not-so-snarky Doug had to say:On Fletcher Cox and his conditioningThe head coach admitted that the entire team looked well-conditioned in the season opener, and that despite the warm and wet conditions, didn’t struggle much.Pederson talked about how Cox is a “tremendous player” and that with the offseason additions of Michael Bennett and Haloti Ngata, combined with Chris Long and the other lineman, there’s a little less pressure on Cox to be in on every snap. Being able to rotate those players will go a long way in keeping them healthy throughout the season.Pederson hasn’t noticed any real difference in the player since he was voted a captain by him teammates, but that it’s indicative of where Cox is in his career and what he means to the Eagles locker room.He also lauded Cox for showing up throughout the offseason program and showing his commitment to the team by being present. Pederson also talked about the defender’s work ethic during training camp, and that it’s rare for him to take any plays or days off unless the head coach specifically gives them to him.On the run gamePederson talked about running back Jay Ajayi’s slow start in Week 1, but that it was the team’s intention to ease him into the game given his lower body injury earlier in training camp. Ajayi found a rhythm and was the featured back in the second half, with the head coach saying “it was encouraging to see” and that Ajayi finishing the game healthy was a big deal.Pederson was asked about the workload of RB Corey Clement, but the head coach admitted they have to be careful giving the young player too many touches. He pointed out that Clement is also super valuable on special teams, and they need him to stay healthy for more than just offensive production.Similarly, last night’s effort by Darren Sproles might be the most action we see from him in one game this season, with Pederson talking about using the veteran in specific sets and in certain downs. He also referenced that Jay Ajayi is moreso the workhorse for the RB rotation, and that Sproles has a specific set of skills.While the plan as of now is a running back by committee approach, Pederson also admitted that it’s his job as the play caller to a be a little more patient with establishing the run game.On specific players and injuriesJason Peters wasn’t injured during Thursday's game, but coming back from injury was a little fatigued at the end of the game, so they brought him out. But no new injury. Pederson was happy with Peter’s performance Youth Dallas Goedert Jersey , saying he was “quick off the ball, pass protection was good”.Jason Kelce had a lower body injury early on in the game, but went up to Pederson and told him he was ready to go coming out of the half.He also pointed out two linebackers, Kamu Grugier-Hill and Nate Gerry, who he said were specifically two young guys making plays for the team, and not just on defense but on special teams as well.On the “Philly Philly” play Pederson talked about how the play from last night’s season opener was very different from the one the team ran in the Super Bowl — despite both resulting in a catch for Nick Foles. He explained that it was different than the Philly Special, and they are two completely different plays and different formations.The play from Thursday night’s game was based off a similar play the Patriots tried during the Super Bowl, but Pederson said they introduced it to the Eagles team during OTAs.Pederson said that that type of play calling serves two purposes, not only did he think it would be effective, but it was also “a spark for the offense” that they needed.On penaltiesThere were 26 total flags thrown last night, but Pederson said they were pretty much all warranted. He did make note, “I think the one that was a little crazy was the punt we had, there was some confusion on the jersey number” and on the actual penalty call. He said they were petition for some explanation from the league to get that sorted out.Other than that, he said it’s just a matter of coaching up some of the other areas that seemed to be a problem, like Kelce’s holding call, and the pre-snap lining up offsides by Derek, but that those are all things the coaches can fix.On rookie TE Dallas GoedertPederson didn’t throw around a ton of compliments for his first-year tight end, and said Goedert’s first game was “pretty good, ok”. He talked about how the TE would probably like to get the pass over the middle back and that he’ll need to start making those catches in traffic — but those are things they can coach up.He said it was encouraging that Goedert handled himself well in that type of playoff-like atmosphere, and noted that as the TE gets more comfortable, they’ll work him into the scheme a bit more, especially in the red zone. He’s a huge target and someone the coaches can make very valuable in scoring situations