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Data: 07 lis 2018 - 06:55:04

The good Authentic Margus Hunt Jersey , the bad, and olts&#8217; are finally back playing football. Now it&#8217;s not really meaningful football but it is football nonetheless. The main goal of preseason isn&#8217;t too light up the scoreboard or dominate opponents (although it would be nice) but to escape the games injury free and have some roster bubble guys prove their worth while the starters shake off the off-season rust. There was a lot of good in the Colts 19-17 win Thursday night along with a lot of bad. There was also quite a bit of ugly last night as well (looking at you Mark Glowinski). So without further ado lets jump into the Good, the Bad, and the Glowinski of last night&#8217;s preseason match-up:The GoodYes this is not a drill, the savior at QB, the neck beard himself is back playing in a football game. How hard has it been listening to National media this offseason harping on how &#8220;Andrew Luck will never play again&#8221; or how he hasn&#8217;t thrown a ball in 180 days or whatever they would say? Luck came out last night and proved to all the doubters that he&#8217;s coming to play this season. The highlight of the game for Luck wasn&#8217;t a dazzling deep bomb or a rifle over the middle but when he immediately popped up after a hit by Seattle&#8217;s LB Bobby Wagner in the first quarter. While we all held our breath as he took that hit, Luck jumped up with a big smile on his face. He&#8217;s back everybody.The depth at defensive line looked impressive. Now the starters are a completely different story as Russell Wilson was moving the ball with ease when he was in the game but the 2nd and 3rd string defensive lineman were really getting some pressure in the second half. Anchored by strong play from veteran John Simon who looks surprisingly comfortable in his new 4-3 end position and Hassan Ridgeway who was all over the place last night, the reserves on the line were constantly creating pressure. That will be a huge plus for the Colts this year if they can have a good rotation up front that can create pressure especially coming off of a season where almost all of the pressure was created solely by Jabaal Sheard. They got the win. Why does this matter, it&#8217;s just the preseason? Well for starters, they actually took a lead into the fourth quarter and were able to hold onto it. That has to be another sigh of relief for Colts fans who watched last year&#8217;s team turn 9 halftime leads into a measly 4 win season. Although the offense was very vanilla and has yet to really put in any real wrinkles that we&#8217;ll see in the regular season, it was nice seeing the team move the ball and get the win. It also has to be a big morale boost for the players who were on last years team to come away with a win.Other players who stood out to me/who I want to see more of: RBs Jordan Wilkins and Marlon Mack, WRs KJ Brent and Kasen Williams, LBs Skai Moore and Matthew Adams, OL Joe Haeg and Quenton Nelson, CB Nate Hairston. The BadAlthough the team did come away with the win, the first team defense wasn&#8217;t really a reason why. The lack of corner talent was evident from the word go as Seattle&#8217;s receivers were effortlessly getting open. The starters along the defensive line struggled to get any pressure or contain Russell Wilson. The linebackers were missing tackles. Outside of a couple of bright spots like Skai Moore rotating in and Nate Hairston&#8217;s nice interception, the defense looks like it has a ways to go. Obviously we don&#8217;t want to overreact to a preseason game but we knew going into this year that the defense was a work in progress. Still though, hopefully we see some improvement in second preseason game. Some rookies had their fair share of struggles. I don&#8217;t really want to harp too much on this as they are rookies getting acclimated to the NFL game but some of them definitely struggled last night. Nyheim Hines had a rough night returning punts as he muffed two in the fourth quarter along with having another fumble being saved by the refs calling his forward progress stopped. 2nd round guard Braden Smith had some trouble last night in pass protection. Seahawks rookie Rasheem Green blew past him in the 3rd quarter for an easy sack. WRs Deon Cain and Daurice Fountain didn&#8217;t necessarily hurt themselves with poor play but both not being on the field last night paved the way for guys like KJ Brent and Kasen Williams to look pretty good. Overall though, these rookies will get better. This was their first game and we should all expect improvement going forward. Some other players who had poor games/who I don&#8217;t want to see more of: S Shamarko Thomas, RB Christine Michael, OT J&#8217;Marcus Webb Youth Al Woods Jersey , LB Antonio MorrisonThe GlowinskiNow obviously after last night&#8217;s game I have to name this category this way for the rest of the season. Right? I&#8217;ll leave that up to you all in the comments but that QB/Center exchange between 4th string Quarterback Brad Kaaya and 3rd string Center Mark Glowinski was pinnacle preseason football. In three consecutive snaps in the fourth quarter, the two could not figure out how to successfully get the ball into the quarterback&#8217;s hands. The third and final snap in this laughable series of events saw a ball sail past Kaaya&#8217;s hands which led to a mad scramble around the goal line and a touchdown for Seattle&#8217;s defensive tackle Joey Ivie. It was so bad that Joe Haeg, who started the game at tackle, had to finish the game at center so the offense could actually run a play. So yeah, that was some ugly right there. Honorable mention to Shamarko Thomas and that ejection deserving hit though. What the heck was he doing on that play? Just a boneheaded mistake by him.2018 opponent scouting report: Week 3 Eagles offense, there is reason for optimism OverviewOn September 23, 2018 the Indianapolis Colts will make the trip to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. In this week three match-up I sought to understand our opponent and get a better idea of how they may attack our new look Colts. The Eagles, as you may have heard finished last season by beating the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. As happy as I am the Patriots lost and Frank Reich is now the head coach of the Colts, I don&#8217;t want to give the defending champs anything they don&#8217;t earn. The last time these two teams played was September 15, 2014. The Eagles came out victorious four years ago but neither team is remotely similar to their 2014 counterparts. Hopefully our Colts can pull off an improbable win. Let&#8217;s figure out what we can expect in week three. Offensive Scheme: Nailing down what Doug Pederson&#8217;s offense should be called is difficult. I&#8217;ve seen other writers describe it as a marriage of the west coast and spread offensive systems, and that&#8217;s probably as good of a way to describe it as any. The ball gets out of the quarterbacks hand quick with high percentage throws, most of the time. He works in a lot of spread elements and has an answer for seemingly every possible situation.Pederson loves a good screen. He calls screen passes early and often as a way to get the ball in the hands of play makers in space and allow them to make plays. Pederson doesn&#8217;t seem to have a preference between zone and gap run concepts.Frank Reich, without a doubt, will know what to expect from his old boss. I took a look at the film from week one of 2018 to see what the Eagles were drawing up and if I&#8217;m being honest, they aren&#8217;t a recognizable version of the Eagles from last season, at least from a scheme standpoint. 2017 saw such hope, such creativity, and it didn&#8217;t matter who was playing quarterback, they were going to figure out how to make plays happen. That hasn&#8217;t happened yet this year, but it is early and the team will no doubt improve. UPDATEAfter writing this and scheduling it for the morning Doug Pederson decided to get cute and declare Carson Wentz the starting quarterback. Wentz will be playing in his first game in more than 10 months on Sunday. If I&#8217;m being completely honest, I have no idea what the Eagles and Pederson are going to roll out this week. It could be more of the same , it could be things they were doing in week 10 last season that had Wentz looking like the league&#8217;s MVP. Time will tell. So far this year, plays like this one are what the Colts should be most concerned with. The Eagles come out with in an unbalanced set to the left. If you notice the player lined up at right tackle, isn&#8217;t a right tackle at all. Instead there are three linemen left of the center and the Eagles run a zone run to the heavy side. The inner most guard pulls left and takes on a flowing linebacker, meanwhile the center works his way to the second level and gets a hat on another linebacker. Had Zach Ertz made a better block on the backside of the play, this run could have gone for more yards. The Eagles had few interesting play designs from week one but this was the exception to the rule. The unbalanced set combined with a pulling guard and to top it off the offensive line executing this concept so well, it&#8217;s just a matter of time before the Eagles hit on a couple long runs. I saw a lot of plays like this from week one. The routes at the top of the GIF are designed to stress zone coverage, and they work, at the bottom of the screen Zach Ertz goes in motion and makes a nice play to bring in an inaccurate pass. Nick Foles had options on this play and it was one of the rare instances that seemed to give Foles schemed open receiving options. A lot of what I saw included isolation routes and ineffective route combinations. Ultimately this is tape from week one, this Eagles offense is going to improve with time. Doug Pederson will figure out how to use his team going forward, but this far, I haven&#8217;t seen anything to suggest the Colts will be out coached in this one and amazingly this is the first time in a very long time I&#8217;ve typed something like that and it hasn&#8217;t been sarcasm. Quarterback: If you don&#8217;t know Nick Foles story, it is a wild one. He went from contemplating retirement to backup for a possible regular season MVP in Carson Wentz. Then injury propelled him into the starting lineup of a playoff bound team, only to struggle mightily before finally getting into a groove and leading the Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl win in franchise history and being named MVP of the game.If you didn&#8217;t know that before, welcome to your first year as a fan of professional football, this may not be the best article for you to start your fandom with, but I commend your enthusiasm. For everyone else, this position isn&#8217;t interesting to Colts fans because of last year, it&#8217;s interesting because we don&#8217;t know what&#8217;s going to happen. At the time of this writing it wasn&#8217;t believed that Wentz would be available after tearing his ACL in week 14 of 2017, with that said, crazier things have happened. A CRAZY THING HAPPENED, THANKS A LOT DOUG PEDERSON!Even if Wentz can&#8217;t suit up Cheap Jordan Wilkins Jersey , what version of Nick Foles are we getting? Are we getting the Super Bowl MVP Foles or are we going to see the version that has recently shown up, one that misses throws while looking nothing like the hero Philly grew to love. Either way the defense needs to be on its toes for plays like this from week one:I&#8217;m late to the show and because I&#8217;m typing this hours before it is ripped apart by savage Eagles fans here are some clips I found on Twitter of Carson Wentz:One thing I will say about that highlight video is that the majority of Wentz&#8217;s special plays came due to his mobility. Will he still have the same mobility? Will he be rusty? This game just got a lot more interesting. Running Back:The Eagles will use a true running back by committee. The early down duties will likely be handled by Jay Ajayi while 74-year old Darren Sproles and Corey Clement will be used in favorable situations if any of them are healthy. Ajayi came to the Eagles via a trade with the Dolphins and has proven to be the best back on the roster ever since. Ajayi has excelled in both zone and gap schemes and has rare physical ability and vision. Ajayi has the power to grind out short yardage situations as well as the speed to get the ball around the edge when neededconfused smileyproles and Clement are both nice players but Jay Ajayi is the guy that will make the ground game work for the Eagles on Sunday, but all three have found themselves in the training room recently. It&#8217;s the third week in a row the Colts will face a very talented running back but it&#8217;s the first time they have faced a team this hurt at the position. Receivers:A year ago Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, Zach Ertz and Torrey Smith made up a potent pass catching group. Thus far only Agholor and Ertz have had an impact for the Eagles as Smith was traded and Jeffery is working his way back from injury. In their place no one has really stepped up to fill the void yet. Rookie tight end Dallas Goedert and DeAndre Carter have both caught passes and Goedert has shown tremendous potential, but Jeffery&#8217;s absence has been felt. He&#8217;s pretty good. The good news for Colts fans is that he probably won&#8217;t play. The bad news is, he might:If he can&#8217;t go what exactly are the Colts looking at? Oh you know, just concepts designed to get Zach Ertz open:If Jeffery plays, we can&#8217;t know if he&#8217;s going to be anywhere near the top of his game. If he is, we&#8217;re going to have trouble keeping him covered, but I don&#8217;t think that&#8217;s likely. Instead Goedert and Ertz are going to do their best to win against Indy&#8217;s young linebackers. Mike Wallace was acquired in the off season but is likely to miss the game due to injury. The only other pass catchers available are Selton Gibson and Kamar Aiken. Without Jeffery and Wallace this receiver group is hardly one to lose sleep over.Offensive Line:Jason Peters, Stefen Wisniewski, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks and Lane Johnson make up a very good, very consistent offensive line. Last week before the Colts played the Redskins I thought there was a chance the Indy defense could generate pressure against the right tackle, this week I don&#8217;t think that&#8217;s realistic. If you watch those two clips above you see pretty standard play from this line. Solid from top to bottom. Given the backs and this line I expect to see a lot of running in this one. One thing to note; Jason Peters is dealing with a quad injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday&#8217;s game. I would be very surprised if the two-time all pro left tackle didn&#8217;t suit up.What To Expect From The Colts Defense:More of what they did last week. I expect to see more stunts, more zone and more speed. Something to note about my first watch of the Colts win against the Redskins was how good of a job the defense did filling their assigned gaps. If that continues this week we can expect to see more good things from the defense. If they get undisciplined, it could be a long day. I don&#8217;t know what to expect out of a Carson Wentz-led team. There are simply too many variables. I do think he could get surprised by Malik Hooker in his first game back, or he may avoid his side of the field completely, I can&#8217;t say. It should be a fun week.

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