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MessagePosté le: Mar 30 Oct - 03:34 (2018)    Sujet du message: Seahawks’ snap counts from Sunday’s loss to the Rams Répondre en citant

Despite putting together one of their most impressive performances of the season , the Seattle Seahawks came up short against the L.A. Rams, losing 33-31. Heading into Sunday, there was usage worth tracking on both sides of the ball: Tedric Thompson’s first start, Austin Calitro back in the lineup, Frank Clark battling illness or George Fant’s role as an eligible receiver. We received clarity on the majority of those topics on Sunday. Check out the snap counts below, and we’ll highlight some points of interest: George Fant as an eligible receiverIn the lead up to Seahawks-Rams, Russell Wilson let it slip that Fant would have a significant role to play. It made sense, with Will Dissly done for the season and a fearsome L.A. front coming into town. The Rams defense wasn’t allowed to completely takeover the game, while Fant played sparingly. In total, Fant came in as an eligible receiver on 12 plays (though the NFL’s play-by-play data credits him for just 11). The 11 plays he is marked as eligible resulted in 34 yards on eight carries, and 2-3 passing, 42 yards and a touchdown for Wilson.The use of Fant as an extra blocker was a pleasant sign of Seattle being proactive in a matchup they have been blown out of all too often. He wasn’t used as often as expected, but Fant’s usage on Sunday was a success. Rashaad Penny’s single snapThere isn’t all too much to add here, but it has to be mentioned. With C.J. Prosise inactive, Mike Davis coming off a big game and Chris Carson returning, Penny saw his snaps drop to just one single snap. On special teams. As one of the three deep on a return. And he didn’t get the ball. Frank Clark again proving athletes aren’t regular peopleEarlier on Monday, I wrote about Clark’s week leading up to Sunday’s loss. It included being hospitalized twice and losing 12 pounds. I mentioned that it seemed as though the week caught up to Clark in the 4th quarter, as he was on the field sparingly. Turns out, the first three quarters more than made up for it. Clark played 82% of the defense’s snaps on Sunday, right around where he was the past couple weeks and where he will be moving forward. In the aforementioned article, I also mentioned how a transatlantic flight on Wednesday may not be conducive to Clark’s recovery from food poisoning. I don’t think we need to worry about that affecting Clark anymore, as he is not human.David Moore’s arrival in the offenseWeek 5 saw Moore become a mainstay in the Seahawks’ three wide receiver sets for the first time this season. He rewarded their faith with two touchdowns and should see his role continue in the next couple weeks. After battling with Brandon Marshall and Jaron Brown for snaps out of the gate, that battle is over. Marshall has essentially been wiped out of the offense, playing just 12% of the offense’s snaps. Moore’s rise over Marshall was perfectly encapsulated during a third down on Sunday: Marshall came onto the field, a TV timeout was called and when it was time to run the third down, Moore had replaced Marshall again. Brown Seahawks Tom Johnson Jersey , meanwhile, saw more snaps than Marshall at 15%. The clock is ticking on Marshall’s time in Seattle. Barkevious Mingo as the 2nd linebackerAn area of concern for the Seahawks heading into Sunday was Austin Calitro, coming back into the lineup following Mychal Kendricks’ suspension. In my pregame column, I wrote about how dangerous the Rams’ offense can be for a linebacker. Seattle, again proactive in their preparation for L.A., worked around those issues by leaning on Mingo as the second linebacker next to Bobby Wagner. Mingo is more comfortable in space and was less likely to be exploited than Calitro. By the end of the game, Mingo had played a season-high 97% of the defense’s snaps, while Calitro played just 6%. A week after Anthony Barr allowed over 100 yards in coverage against the Rams, the Seahawks didn’t allow the same to happen to their ‘backers. They deserve credit. Seattle has a strange week ahead of them, with a trip to London condensing everything. Following the flight overseas and the extra hype in the lead up to Sunday’s game, the Seahawks will play the Raiders at 10 am PST.Seahawks-Chargers: How the Seahawks rookie class performed in their second preseason game The Seattle Seahawks’ 2018 draft class played in their second preseason game on Saturday night against the L.A. Chargers, with two glaring omissions as Rashaad Penny and Jamarco Jones missed the game with injuries. The starters received an extended run as the Seahawks work their way to the regular season dress rehearsal next week, but all seven healthy rookies saw the field. Rasheem GreenGreen, the star of Seattle’s preseason opener last Thursday, had another strong game. His 1.5 sacks matched his output in Week 1, bringing him to three sacks through two preseason games. Additionally, Green paced the Seahawks in tackles with six. Similar to last week, the most encouraging part of Green’s performance was the way he got off blocks. Green’s hand usage was excellent and the consistency in the technical side of his game through two weeks wasn’t something you saw from him in college. Green had multiple strong reps against the run at the point of attack, as well as a pressures from bending around the corner and on a stunt up the middle. Through two preseason games, Green has shown every trait desired from an outside-in rusher in Pete Carroll’s defense. Will DisslyDissly’s performance in L.A. was largely nondescript, with the exception of one negative play. On Chris Carson’s stampeding, arm-tackle-breaking 23-yard touchdown run, Dissly was flagged for a block in the back, negating Carson’s fine work. That flag would be the lone time Dissly’s name was called, as the tight end saw no targets against the Chargers. Tyrone Swoopes received the majority of tight end snaps in the second half.Shaquem GriffinFor the second week in a row, Shaquem Griffin moved sideline-to-sideline on defense and flew down the field on special teams like it was a playoff game. Griffin was better in coverage compared to the loss against the Colts and continued to flow to the football extremely well. Griffin’s most noteworthy moment came on special teams — likely a common theme in 2018 — as he hustled down field on a Michael Dickson punt to lay a big hit and not allow a return.Tre FlowersByron Maxwell sat out for a second game in a row Seahawks Tyler Lockett Jersey , so Tre Flowers once again started at right cornerback. Flowers was targeted on an easy completion for Philip Rivers to Keenan Allen. In fairness to the rookie, it was an extremely tough assignment, in the slot against one of the NFL’s best route runners, and the receiver with perhaps the best release in the league. The next time Flowers’ name was called, it was for much more positive reasons. Facing a third down, Flowers came off the edge on a blitz, timing it superbly. Green looped inside as Flowers got home to the quarterback, who had nowhere to go. Michael DicksonIn the punter competition that-isn’t-over-but-is-definitely-over, Dickson again looked more impressive than Jon Ryan. Ryan’s net yardage total was hurt by the long touchdown return, however Dickson still had the best punt of the night: A booming 57-yarder placed perfectly to the sideline at the Chargers’ 10-yard line, not allowing for a return. Jacob MartinAfter a terrific start to the preseason last week against Indianapolis, Martin’s performance in Week 2 wasn’t as flashy. The rookie still came off the ball well and produced one great pressure to end the third quarter, but that was about it on defense. Although official snap counts aren’t available at the time of publishing, it appeared as though a large portion of Martin’s snaps from last week went to UDFA Jake Pugh on Saturday. Pugh, along with recent addition Erik Walden, is Martin’s main competition for the backup SAM linebacker spot. Martin again saw snaps on punt coverage, and was one of the first players down field on the punt return touchdown. Alex McGoughLimited to just three drives on Saturday, McGough made the most of his opportunities and looked improved from Week 1. The biggest knock against McGough versus Indianapolis was how hesitant he was to take the check-down, but in L.A. he was consistently getting the ball out. Six of McGough’s nine completions went to running back C.J. Prosise. McGough’s best moments came on his touchdown-leading drive. The touchdown itself, a fade to Malik Turner, was thrown with outstanding touch and timing. The subsequent two point conversion had perfect placement to Cyril Grayson’s back shoulder. Saturday’s performance was exactly the type of game McGough needed to remain in the backup quarterback competition, and perhaps dissuade Seattle from looking elsewhere. Overall, the Seahawks must be very pleased with their rookie class through two preseason games, and encouraged for their potential contributions in 2018.

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