Forum Classic Honda Owners Club Strona Główna Classic Honda Owners Club
Forum fanów starych Hond
 POMOCPOMOC   FAQFAQ   SzukajSzukaj   UżytkownicyUżytkownicy   GrupyGrupy   RejestracjaRejestracja 
 ProfilProfil   Zaloguj się, by sprawdzić wiadomościZaloguj się, by sprawdzić wiadomości   ZalogujZaloguj 

Titans writer gives three reasons why the Eagles will win on

Napisz nowy temat   Odpowiedz do tematu    Forum Classic Honda Owners Club Strona Główna -> Prelude
Zobacz poprzedni temat :: Zobacz następny temat  
Autor Wiadomość

Dołączył: 14 Mar 2018
Posty: 43

PostWysłany: Sro Paź 24, 2018 03:59    Temat postu: Titans writer gives three reasons why the Eagles will win on Odpowiedz z cytatem

If Bleeding Green Nation’s FanPulse results are any indication Youth Dallas Goedert Jersey , Philadelphia Eagles fans are NOT lacking confidence heading into the team’s Week 4 game against the Tennessee Titans. But there are some reasons for concern. We know the Eagles have had some road struggles, especially on defense. And while the Titans might not be viewed as a juggernaut, they ARE 2-1 with their one loss coming to an undefeated Dolphins team in a one-possession game. With that said, if you’re among those who might not be feeling super confident in the Eagles for some reason, today’s post might have you feeling a little better about the reigning Super Bowl champs.BGN already took some time to chat with Music City Miracles in order to preview this week’s matchup. (You can read that here.) Today, we’re back with three reasons why each team might lose. This format forces us to consider each team’s weaknesses, rather than just being homers.So, below are three reasons why the Titans could lose, as written by Music City Miracle’s Jimmy Morris. To see why I think the Eagles could lose, check out MCM.1. Marcus Mariota is still limited and can’t throw the ball down the field.We still don’t know the status of Marcus Mariota’s elbow/hand. Everyone is saying he feels better this week, but what else are they going to say when they have no choice but to run him out there even if he is only at 75%. If he is still close to 75% and can’t push the ball down the field, this offense could be in for a very long day. The Eagles rank 11th in short pass DVOA on the season. They are also 2nd in rush defense DVOA on the season, so it isn’t like the Titans will just be able to line up and run it at the Eagles 40+ times. They will need to get creative with the offense for the 3rd straight week. I am concerned that they don’t have any surprising wrinkles left.2. Carson Wentz is able to take advantage of a Titans’ defense that has been giving up the deep ball.The Titans defense ranks 24th in the league against deep passes. Malcolm Butler has been particularly victimized by the deep ball. He gave up a 75-yard touchdown to Kenny Stills in week 1 and a 39-yard touchdown to Will Fuller in week 2. Wentz probably knocked off most of his rust last week. A guy like Nelson Agholor could get loose for a couple of deep passes.3. The Titans are in a let down spot after winning 2 hard-fought division games that no one expected them to win.The Titans have had an unbelievable start to the season with a 7+ hour game in Miami, a week 2 game without Mariota and their top 3 offensive tackles and a week 3 game in Jacksonville where Mariota had to play at far less than 100% after Blaine Gabbert suffered a concussion in the first quarter. Somehow they are 2-1, but that is a lot for any team. They are feeling good after 2 division wins and are essentially playing with house money in this one. It feels like it could be a classic letdown spot.Eagles Injury Report: Philadelphia will be without two of their top four receivers against Falcons The Philadelphia Eagles released their second official injury report on Tuesday in advance of their Week 1 game against the Atlanta Falcons.Three players did not participate in practice: Alshon Jeffery, Mack Hollins , and Michael Bennett.We already expected Jeffery not to play against Atlanta since it’s been reported he’ll be back around Week 3. Head coach Doug Pederson had the following to say about Jeffery on Tuesday morning:Pederson also told reporters that Hollins will not play this week, despite the fact Hollins said on Monday that he WILL be suiting up. NFL insider Adam Caplan reports the Eagles were optimistic about Hollins’ playing chances at this time last week but the “setback” clearly changed things. With Hollins and Jeffery out, the following Eagles five receivers will likely be active for Thursday’s game: Nelson Agholor, Mike Wallace, Shelton Gibson, DeAndre Carter, and Markus Wheaton. Agholor, Wallace, and Gibson figure to be the starters. Carter and Wheaton might see some rotational playing time in addition to contributing on special teams.With the Eagles missing two of their top four receivers, it’s entirely possible we see a lot of two tight end sets with Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert in this game. Also don’t count out the Eagles throwing pass-catching running backs Darren Sproles and Corey Clement into the mix. In other news, Bennett is a new addition to the injury report. It’s typically not a good sign when a player unexpectedly pop up on the report mid-week like that but the Inquirer reports it’s “nothing major to worry” and he “didn’t get injured in practice.” That’s a relief.Carson Wentz was limited in practice once again. We already know by now it’s going to be Nick Foles who starts against the Falcons. But it doesn’t sound like Wentz is far off from returning. Pederson said Wentz is “close” to being ready.Jay Ajayi was upgraded to a full participant in Tuesday’s practice after being limited on Monday. He’s on pace to play against the Falcons.Richard Rodgers was not listed on today’s injury report because he was moved to injured reserve to free up a roster spot for Markus Wheaton. Rodgers is eligible to be activated to the 53-man roster after Week 8. Note the Eagles have a bye in Week 9 before returning to action in Week 10. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (TUESDAY)DID NOT PARTICIPATEWR Alshon Jeffery (shoulder)WR Mack Hollins (groin)DE Michael Bennett (knee)LIMITED PARTICIPATION QB Carson Wentz (knee)FULL PARTICIPATIONRB Jay Ajayi (foot)ATLANTA FALCONS INJURY REPORT (TUESDAY)The only change from the Falcons’ Monday injury report is that long snapper Josh Harris was upgraded to a limited participant in practice after sitting out on Monday. It sounds like Harris will be a game-time decision for Atlanta. If he can’t play, it’ll be Jeff Overbaugh taking over snap duties. Overbaugh has experience so he’ll probably be fine, but hey, you never know. Maybe there’s a timing mistake and the Falcons botch a field goal or a punt and that ends up being the difference in the game. Crazier things have happened. DID NOT PARTICIPATEOG Ben Garland (calf)CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (shoulder)LIMITED PARTICIPATIONLS Josh Harris (hip)CB Isaiah Oliver (ankle)FULL PARTICIPATIONSS Ricardo Allen (thigh)WR Marvin Hall (ankle)LB Deion Jones (hamstring)LB Foye Oluokun (ankle)
Powrót do góry
Ogląda profil użytkownika Wyślij prywatną wiadomość

Wysłany: Sro Paź 24, 2018 03:59    Temat postu:

Powrót do góry
Wyświetl posty z ostatnich:   
Napisz nowy temat   Odpowiedz do tematu    Forum Classic Honda Owners Club Strona Główna -> Prelude Wszystkie czasy w strefie CET (Europa)
Strona 1 z 1
Skocz do:  
Nie możesz pisać nowych tematów
Nie możesz odpowiadać w tematach
Nie możesz zmieniać swoich postów
Nie możesz usuwać swoich postów
Nie możesz głosować w ankietach

Classic Honda Owners Club  

To forum działa w systemie
Masz pomysł na forum? Załóż forum za darmo!
Forum narusza regulamin? Powiadom nas o tym!
Powered by Active24, phpBB © phpBB Group