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2016.12.08 19:17 slumslum[Game Preview] Week 14 - Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) vs. Washington Redskins (6-5-1)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) vs Washington Redskins (6-5-1)
The Philadelphia Eagles return to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the Washington Redskins in their first NFC East home game of the 2016 campaign. The Eagles fell to the Redskins, 20-27, in their first match-up of the season in Week 6 at FedEx Field
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 5-7, Washington 8-4
Where to Watch on TV
- will broadcast Sunday’s game to national audience. Kevin Burkhardt will handle the play-by-play duties and former NFL safety John Lynch will provide analysis. Pam Oliver will report from the sidelines.
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (40th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
94.1 FM and 610 AM
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Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
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1020 AM; 101.3 FM
ESPN 980 - Larry Michael (play-by-play), Sonny Jurgensen (color), Chris Cooley (analysis), Rick “Doc” Walker (sidelines)
Compass Media Networks - Chris Carrino (play-by-play) and Brian Baldinger (color)
QBs coach Matt Cavanaugh played for the Eagles from 1986-89
OL coach Bill Callahan held the same title with the Eagles from 1995-97
Asst. Special teams/special projects coach Bret Munsey served as a national scout with the Eagles in 2013
Defensive Quality Control/Asst. DL coach Phillip Daniels played for the Redskins from 2004-10
WR DeSean Jackson was originally selected by the Eagles in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Jackson was a three time Pro Bowl selection and ranks fourth in team history in receiving yards (6,117), seventh in catches (356) and tied for ninth in touchdown catches (32)
DE Cullen Jenkins played two seasons with Philadelphia from 2011-12. Jenkins played with Eagles HC Doug Pederson for the Green Bay Packers from 2003-04.
Assistant ST Coach Bradford Banta worked with Eagles Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz for the Detroit Lions from 2009-13. Banta served in the same position (2009-11) and Assistant Linebackers Coach (2012-13) while Schwartz served as the Head Coach.
Assistant ST Coach Bradford Banta played with Eagles S Coach Tim Hauck for the Indianapolis Colts in 1998. Banta played tight end and long snapper while Hauck played safety.
Assistant ST Coach Bradford Banta played with Eagles LS Jon Dorenbos for the Buffalo Bills in 2004.
OLB Coach Greg Manusky (2008-10), TE Vernon Davis (2008-10) and DE Ricky Jean Francois (2009-10) worked with Eagles ST Coordinator Dave Fipp for the San Francisco 49ers.
Defensive Quality Control Chad Grimm and CB Greg Toler worked with Eagles OC Frank Reich for the Arizona Cardinals in 2012.
DC Joe Barry and Defensive Quality Control Chad Grimm worked with Eagles OC Frank Reich for the San Diego Chargers from 2013-14.
RB Coach Randy Jordan played with Eagles Assistant OL/TE/Run Game Coach Eugene Chung for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1995.
OLB Coach Greg Manusky played with Eagles Assistant OL/TE/Run Game Coach Eugene Chung for the Kansas City Chiefs from 1998-99.
WR Pierre Garçon worked with Eagles OC Frank Reich for the Indianapolis Colts from 2008-11. Reich served in multiple positions including WR Coach (2011).
C John Sullivan played with Eagles WR Coach Greg Lewis from the Minnesota Vikings from 2009-10.
TE Vernon Davis, DE Ricky Jean Francois and S Donte Whitner played with Eagles TE Coach Justin Peelle for the San Francisco 49ers in 2011.
S Duke Ihenacho worked with Eagles DB Coach Cory Undlin for the Denver Broncos from 2012-14.
S Will Blackmon and DL Cullen Jenkins played with Eagles G/T Allen Barbre for the Green Bay Packers from 2007-09.
DB Coach Perry Fewell (2008-09), WR Coach Ike Hilliard (2013), S Donte Whitner (2008-10) and K Dustin Hopkins (2013) played with Eagles CB Leodis McKelvin for the Buffalo Bills.
T Ty Nsekhe played with Eagles S Rodney McLeod for the St. Louis Rams from 2012-13.
LB Mason Foster played with Eagles LB Najee Goode (2012) and Eagles DE Steven Means (2013-14) for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
S Donte Whitner played with Eagles T Jason Peters for the Buffalo Bills from 2006-08.
S Rodney McLeod grew up in Hyattsville, MD, and attended the University of Virginia.
WR Rashad Ross played for Eagles HC Doug Pederson in Kansas City in 2013.
WR Pierre Garçon played for Eagles OC Frank Reich for the Indianapolis Colts from 2008-11. Reich served in multiple positions including WR Coach (2011).
Redskins Players/Staff with ties to Pennsylvania: DE Chris Baker played for Penn State, OLB Coach Greg Manusky is from Dallas, PA.
Eagles Pleayers/Staff with ties to the DC/Maryland/Virginia Area: DC Jim Schwartz is from Halethorpe, Md., Assistant OL/TE/Run Game Coach Eugene Chung is from Vienna, Va., Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Keith Gray is from Stuart, Va., S Rodney McLeod is from Clinton, Md., and RB Wendell Smallwood (Elkton, Md.
Eagles Players/Staff who went to college in the DC/Maryland/Virginia Area: OC Frank Reich (Maryland), DC Jim Schwartz (Georgetown), Asst. OL/TE/Run Game Coach Eugene Chung (Virginia Tech), QB Coach John DeFilippo (James Madison), Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Keith Gray (Virginia Tech) CB Nolan Carroll (Maryland), and S Rodney McLeod (Virginia).
Referee: Tony Corrente
Since 2006, Philadelphia has posted a 5-5 (.500) record in home games vs. Washington. The Eagles have won two of their last three games against the Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Redskins will attempt to earn a fifth straight victory against the Eagles for the first time since a six game winning streak in the series across the 1981-84 seasons.
This is the 164th meeting between the Redskins and Eagles with an 85-73-5 record in the all-time series. Washington's 85 wins against Philadelphia are their most against any opponent. Additionally, the Redskins’ 41 road wins against the Eagles are their most against any opponent.
The Eagles have a three-game losing streak for the seventh straight year, going all the way back to 2010, or every year this decade. That's kind of amazing when you think about it. They haven't lost four straight since 2012 when they went on an eight-game losing streak.
The Eagles' Offense rank 2nd in the NFL in time of possession (31:48), trailing only Dallas (32:20). Philadelphia leads the NFL in second-half time of possession (16:46).
The Eagles' Offense rank 5th in goal-to-go TD efficiency (84.2%), trailing only Tampa Bay (87.5%), Pittsburgh (86.7%), New Orleans (86.2%) and Baltimore (84.6%).
The Eagles' Offense ranks 10th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (109.8), trailing only Dallas (155.8), San Francisco (127.7) and Atlanta (110.0) among all NFC teams.
The Eagles' Offense is tied for 5th in the NFL in percentage of rushes gaining 4+ yards (46.5%, 146-of-314), trailing only San Franicsco (47.6%) in the NFC. Philadelphia also ranks 7th in rushing plays of 10+ yards (39), railing only Buffalo (55), Dallas (55), Miami (47), Tennessee (44), San Francisco (43) and Houston (42).
The Eagles' Offense has scored 5 TDs in its last five red zone trips. Over their last two games, the Eagles have converted 13-of-28 (46.4%) third-down attempts.
The Eagles' Defense has allowed only 46 scores on 139 opponent drives in 2016, ranking 10th in the NFL in opponent scoring efficiency (33.1%), trailing only Seattle (26.7%), Los Angeles (29.6%), Minnesota (30.4%) and Arizona (30.7%) among all NFC teams.
The Eagles' Defense ranks 10th in the NFL in points allowed per game (20.4) this season, trailing only Seattle (16.2), Minnesota (17.4), Dallas (19.0) and N.Y. Giants (19.8) in the NFC. The last time the Eagles allowed 245-or-fewer points in the first 12 games of the season was in 2009 (235 points).
The Eagles' Defense ranks 4th in the NFL in opponent red zone scoring efficiency (80.0%, 32-of-40), trailing only Seattle (75.8%), Pittsburgh (77.5%) and Baltimore (79.3%). The Eagles also lead the NFL in opponent yards per play inside the red zone (1.91, 183 yards on 96 plays).
The Eagles' Defense ranks 5th in the NFL in opponent yards lost on negative plays (-307) this season, trailing only Green Bay (366), Arizona (-360), Carolina (-325) and Los Angeles (-311). Philadelphia is tied for the 5th-most opponent negative plays (82) in the NFL, behind Arizona (91), Green Bay (88), Los Angeles (87) and Carolina (86).
The Eagles' Defense has held opponents to 3.0-or-fewer yards per rush attempt in two straight games (2.6 average in Week 12 vs. GB; 2.4 average in Week 13 at Cin.).
The Eagles' Special Teams has posted an NFL-leading 12 special teams TDs (4 kickoff return TDs; 4 punt return TDs; 4 blocked punt return TDs) since 2013. The Eagles are the only NFL team to record multiple kickoff return TDs in 2016.
Since 2013, the Eagles' Special Teams rank 2nd in the NFL in combined kickoff and punt return TDs (8), trailing only Minnesota (9). Since 2014, Philadelphia leads the NFL in both kickoff return TDs (4) and punt return TDs (4). The Eagles are the only NFL team to record multiple kick return TDs in each of the last three seasons (4 in 2014; 2 in 2015; 2 in 2016).
The Eagles' Special Teams leads the NFL in kickoff return average (30.6) in 2016. Since 2014, the team ranks 3rd in the NFL in kickoff return average (26.2), trailing only Baltimore (26.5) and Indianapolis (26.3). Philadelphia also leads the NFL in opponent kickoff return average (17.9) this season, while ranking 4th in that category since 2014, behind Buffalo (19.3), New England (19.8) and N.Y. Giants (20.7).
QB Carson Wentz tied an NFL rookie record with 36 completions, but his three interceptions helped the Bengals defeat the Eagles, 32-14. That mark was set in 1948 by QB Charlie Conerly (36-for-53) and previously matched by QB Chris Weinke (36-for-63 in 2001). Wentz was picked off only once on 157 passes in his first five games, but he has thrown 10 INTs in seven games since then.
QB Carson Wentz ranks 2nd among NFL rookies with 2,901 passing yards and 12 touchdowns.
Since 2012, RB/PR Darren Sproles is the only player in the NFL with 10+ rushing touchdowns (13), 10+ receiving touchdowns (11), and 4 pun return touchdowns (4).
Last week, WR Paul Turner played in his first regular season NFL game and recorded 6 receptions and 80 yards.
QB Kirk Cousins has 2,876 pass yards (319.6 per game) with 18 touchdowns vs. 4 interceptions for a 106.6 rating in the Redskins' past 9 on the road. In 4 career meetings against the Eagles, Cousins has completed 110-of-174 passes for 1,345 yards with 10 touchdowns and two interceptions. He has averaged 336.3 passing yards per game against the Eagles, the highest career average against the Eagles of any quarterback (min. two games played) in NFL history.
RB Robert Kelley ranks 3rd among NFL rookies with 524 rush yards.
RB Matt Jones has 261 rush yards and 2 touchdowns in his past 3 games against NFC East teams. Jones rushed for a career-high of 135 yards and a touchdown in his last meeting with the Eagles.
TE Jordan Reed ties for the NFL lead among TEs with 16 touchdown catches (since 2015). Reed has 9 receptions for 129 yards and 2 touchdowns in the last road meeting against the Eagles.
LB Ryan Kerrigan is tied for 2nd in the NFC with 10 sacks and has had a sack in each of his last 3 games. Kerrigan is starting in his 93rd consecutive game this week. That streak is tied for second-most among active NFL linebackers. Kerrigan has not missed a start in his NFL career.
QB Carson Wentz (2,901 - 20th) can make a move up to 17th place on the Eagles' All-Time Passing Yards list with 319 more passing yards. He will pass QB Pete Liske (2,930 - 19th) and QB Mark Sanchez (3,034 - 18th), and QB Roy Zimmerman (3,219 -17th) along the way.
TE Brent Celek (4,820) needs 180 more yards to reach 5000 career receiving yards.
RB Darren Sproles (18,867 - 8th) is 8th on the NFL's All-Time All-Purpose Yards list. He can move into 7th place with 103 more yards. However, WR Steve Smith (18,970 - 7th) is currently in 7th place and is still active in the NFL. Sproles (18,867) is 133 All-Purpose Yards away from 19,000 Career All-Purpose Yards.
RB Darren Sproles is 1 touchdown away from 60 total career touchdowns.
DE Connor Barwin (30.5 - 15th) is in 15th place on the Eagles All-Time Sack List. Barwin can move into 14th place with 1 more sack joining DE Juqua Parker (31.5 - 14th). Barwin is also 0.5 sacks away from reaching 50 career sacks!
DE Brandon Graham (28.5 - 17th) needs 1.5 Sacks to pass DT Jerome Brown (29.5 - 16th) on the Eagles All-Time Sack List. 1.5 Sacks will also give Graham 30 Career Sacks
K Caleb Sturgis (98) is 2 Field Goals Made from 100 Career Field Goals Made.
WR Jamison Crowder (58) is 2 receptions away from setting a single-season career high in receptions (59 in 2015). Crowder's 767 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns this season are already career highs.
WR Jamison Crowder (9) is 1 touchdown reception away from becoming the fifth member of the Redskins to compile 10 touchdown receptions in the first two seasons of an NFL career (WR Charlie Brown (16); TE Chris Cooley (13); WR Gary Clark (12); WR Rod Gardner (12).
TE Vernon Davis (497) is 3 receptions away from becoming the the 12th tight end in NFL history to record 500 career receptions. Additionally, Davis is 3 touchdowns away from 60 career touchdowns.
WR DeSean Jackson (481) is 19 receptions away from 500 career receptions.
WR Pierre Garçon can extend his streak of consecutive regular season games played with a reception to 99, It's the fifth longest active streak in the NFL (WR Larry Fitzgerald (191); WR Brandon Marshall (156); WR Steve Smith Sr (139); WR Michael Crabtree(107)). 70 of the games in Garçon’s streak have come with Washington, the third-longest streak by a member of the Redskins since the 1970 merger.
WR Pierre Garçon (59) is 7 receptions away from entering a tie with WR Art Monk for the most consecutive 65-catch seasons in Redskins' team history (4, 1988-91).
WR Pierre Garçon (6,741) is 259 receiving yards away from 7,000 career receiving yards.
WR Pierre Garçon (4,222 - 11th) can move into 10th place on the Redskins' All-Time Receiving yards list with 59 more yards. He would pass WR Michael Westbrook (4,280 - 10th)
HC Jay Gruden is 1 win away from his 20th victory with the Redskins. He would be the ninth coach in team history to reach 20 wins, joining HC Joe Gibbs (171), HC George Allen (79), HC Ray Flaherty (56), HC Norv Turner (50), HC Joe Kuharich (26), HC Jack Pardee (24), HC Mike Shanahan (24), and Bill McPeak (21).
DE Cullen Jenkins (47.5) is 2.5 sacks away from 50 career sacks.
LB Ryan Kerrigan (57.5) is 2.5 sacks away from 60 career sacks.
Matchups to Watch
Eagles CB Leodis McKelvin vs. Redskins WR DeSean Jackson
McKelvin certainly won't shadow Jackson, but look for the Redskins to try to get that matchup as often as they can and when they do look for QB Kirk Cousins to go deep to the former (and future?) Eagle. McKelvin has lost a step or two and is going to have trouble running with Jackson.
Eagles LB Nigel Bradham vs. Redskins TE Jordan Reed
The Eagles thought they got a break when Reed missed the first game this season. Backup Vernon Davis scored a touchdown, however. Bradham has been pretty good against tight ends this season, but Reed will be his toughest test yet.
Eagles RT Allen Barbre vs. Redskins LB Ryan Kerrigan
If you remember the first game, Kerrigan terrorized rookie Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who was playing his first NFL game. This time he gets Barbre, a seasoned veteran, but more of a guard than a tackle. It will be interesting to see if the Eagle give Barbre any help with the 'Skins pass rusher.
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Head Official will be Tony Corrente, who is in his 21st season and 18th as referee. This will be Corrente’s 15th postseason assignment, including 5 Wild Card Playoffs, 4 Divisional Playoffs, 5 Conference Championships, and Super Bowl XLI. His Super Bowl assignment was as a referee.
We went over to /seahawks and got some great answers. Most notably darkmuta25 seemed to have a lot of information on each question. Here is his answer. Here is a link to the other responses which were all great. If you go over there please be respectful, they were good sports and we should be nothing less than. Which players stood out the most last week? Michael Bennett terrorized the Vikings O-line, blew up play after play after play. Kam Chancellor, other than the pass he gave up at the end, was also good, causing the AP fumble was huge. Jeremy Lane is playing like a lockdown corner tbh. Russell Wilson, I don't care what the stats say, he played well given the conditions. Our o-line, honestly other than the snap over the head, I don't remember too much about them, which as we know is a good thing. Who do you expect to make the biggest impact in Sunday's game? Russell Wilson. When it's not negative 10 degrees and he's not playing the Rams, he's been on fire, I think the loss of Tillman is going to hurt you guys worse than you think. In the first game we focused on Graham and the run game, at the time it was thought that was our best bet on beating yall. Now however, we have Baldwin, Lockett and Kearse, to go along with Freddie, Christine and and much better O-line, speaking of. The O-line, I cannot stress how much better our O-line is since we faced each other the first time, it's night and day, black and white, peanut butter and something that is the opposite of peanut butter. If i'm not mistakes the stats we're something like 45 sacks given up through the first 9 weeks, 25 in the last 8. They're also opening up holes for Christine, who's playing really well. Speaking of Christine Michael. Has looked as good as he ever has, him taking a ride on the NFL carousel has made him shape his ass up, he's focused and has decent run blockers, so he's contributing like never before. Earl Thomas. The thing is, Sherman will shut down whoever he's on (Ginn I would guess), Jeremy will do well, so will the rest of the LoB, but Thomas makes game changing plays when they need to made, and I feel like Cam is the type of QB who will give him the opportunity to do so. Cam's been great this year, but his completion percentage is awful, and from the 6 Panthers games i've seen, he's prone to throwing two or three passes that could be picked a game. The good thing for him is that defenses haven't been making plays on those balls....other defenses however, don't have Earl Thomas, so good luck to Cam when he throws some ducks up. Cliff Avril. The last guy is Cliff, basically because I have a feeling Caroline will scheme around keeping Black Santa in check, which means Avril will have to step it up, and he's more than capable of doing that, he's been a nightmare when he gets going, and as I recall you guys have one O-lineman who's been a liability all year (Mike Remmers), it wouldn't surprise me to see the Seahawks switch out Bennett and Avril to Remmers side the entire game. Are there any key injuries that will affect the game? I can say with complete honesty, no. The only player who won't play is Luke Wilson, who is a good tight end, but Helfet and Coffman have proven to be more than capable at filling in. What concerned you most in last week's game? The weather, Seahawks fans on here played it down, but everyone knew in reality it would be tough. I don't care who your team is, unless you used to playing in that kind of weather, which the Vikings are, it's going to affect how you play. I know a lot of Panthers fans will look at last week's game and say their not worried because we barely beat the Vikings on the road, but I'd tell them to give serious consideration to how the Panthers would have played in minus 10 degree weather. Any other relevant information for this game that you feel like Panthers fans should know going into the game. We were starting Cary Williams last game, I cannot, cannot stress enough how bad he was. Lane is graded as a top 15 corner by PFF since he came back,and that has been huge. Bobby Wagner didn't play last game, he's our best run stuffing/play making/coverage linebacker, he's been on a tear since coming back, cannot understate how important he is to our team, looking at last years team with and without him, it's that peanut butter and opposite of peanut butter thing I said earlier. We also weren't playing Kelcie Mccray or Deshawn Shead last game, do not under any circumstances underestimate how big they've been in our win streak, being able to mix and match DBs/Safeties has been huge for keeping our defense fresh in the game. We've gotten much better on third downs, most Panthers fans probably want to forget we we're leading in our first game, but one of the reasons we kept blowing fourth quarter leads was our offense's inability to stay on the damned field, hasn't been a probably since week 9 or so. Sherman is playing with swagger again, I know to Panthers fans that may not mean much, but I promise you'll see what I mean on Sunday.
HISTORY VS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
The Panthers and Seahawks have met a total of 10 times with the Seahawks leading the series 7-3. This may not seem like too many matchups, but since 2012 the rivalry (yes, to those outside these two teams, it is very much a rivalry) has grown with each team facing off every year and once in the playoffs, making this Sunday the 6th time in four years the Panthers and Seahawks have met. These two teams have fierce defensive battles each time they meet with a point differential of 31 in the last 5 meetings. Not counting the playoffs, that point difference drops to 17 in 4 regular season games. Combine the elite defenses, mobile and agile quarterbacks, strong running games, and great secondaries, the Panthers and Seahawks are built very similar which usually means great games. The nice thing though is our offense is tough to figure out! Highlights:
Unequivocally the best player on the Panthers defensive front, KK Short finished the 2015 season in rare form, wrapping up his second of two "Defensive Player of the Month" awards this season. This is the first time a Panthers player has won this award twice in the same season and the first time in NFL history a defensive tackle has done so. That's right. Suh, Donald, Atkins, etc....none could achieve this. Short is, in his third season of NFL play, quickly turning into a dominant force for the Panthers. Fresh off a bye week, after soaking up a Pro Bowl nod and a 2nd team All-Pro rep (both his first), KK turns his sites on a banged up Seattle offensive line that struggles to keep Wilson upright at times. Short brings an 11 sack, 3 forced fumbles, and 36 tackle resume to the game. 2 sacks came the last time he faced the Seahawks in week six. With the defensive ends struggling at times, watch for Short to set the tone in the middle. It will be imperative that Short, with his partner in crime, Star Lotulelei, bring their best game to stuff Seattle's run-intensive offense, and contain Wilson from his explosive capabilities out of the pocket.
Back on the practice field today for the first time since his injury, Coleman's presence is a sight for sore eyes to a Panther's fanbase suffering through some serious secondary hardship. With the losses of Bené Benwikere and Peanut Tillman, the Panthers were forced to make more in-season signings to patch up their cornerback rotation. Practice squad stud Lou Young and Patriots castoff Robert McClain, as well as the now-seasoned Cortland Finnegan, will be on the field Sunday to hold down a secondary that really turned it around this season. Josh Norman has been acclaimed (and at times reviled) nationally for his elite play (and edgy behavior) in his fourth year breakout season. His numbers speak for themselves and what they don't say has been covered extensively by NFL pundits since September. But the Panthers secondary has another weapon that, outside of local attention, goes fairly unrecognized for his performance this year. Seahawks fans are no stranger to Coleman, either, as he was badly burned on a trick play the Seahawks ran in week 6, a fake sweep play action pass to Ricardo Lockette, who made a fantastic catch for a TD over Coleman's outstretched body. And so the narrative would suggest a cause for concern, but Panthers' fans know otherwise as Coleman, like many good players, used this performance as motivation to work harder and elevate his game. Coleman was responsible for one INT prior to the October matchup with Seattle, and then turned it on afterwards, with six picks over 9 games...finishing the season tied for second in the NFL with 7 interceptions. Coleman ended the regular season tacking on a sack, 9 passes defended and 90 tackles, which was third most on the team behind Kuechly and Davis. His presence back on the field after missing the last regular season contest, will greatly benefit the Panthers secondary, the most injury-riddled unit on the team.
The Return of the Piano Man
After sitting out almost the entire last month of the Panthers' regular season, the franchises favorite classically trained one-man wrecking ball is back just in time to compose Carolina's #2 ranked rushing offense against the league's premiere rushing defense. Stewart finished the regular season as the #8 back in terms of production, gaining 11 yards shy of the 1,000 mark in 13 games of action. Before going down with sprained foot in the first game against Atlanta, Stewart was the third best back in the league behind Adrian Peterson and Doug Martin. His 7 combined TD's don't tell the whole story of Stewart, who has to share his scores with the #1 rushing QB in the NFL, as well as a pro-bowl fullback in Tolbert. It's not far-fetched to imagine Stewart would have topped the 1,200 yd/10 TD mark had he remained healthy throughout the regular season. J-Stew is one of the most under-appreciated running backs in the NFL, due in part to missing so much time in seasons past to injury, and playing second-fiddle to DeAngelo Williams for most of his career in Carolina...one of the first teams to deploy a genuine running back by committee approach. But the silver lining in Stewart's career on a committee is longevity and Stewart has had an incredible resurgence since taking over for Williams late last season. He has not disappointed taking on the team's full-time tailback role. He's one of the most difficult backs in the league to take down and his ability to gain yards after initial contact is elite. For anyone wondering if Stewart will be rusty from an extended break in action, note that he came off a comparable injury stint on December 7, 2014 to tune up the Saints for 155 yards and a score in the Panthers' blowout victory. He posted 78 yards and 2 TD's in Carolina's first game against the Seahawks this season. Expect a rested Stewart to find his rhythm on Sunday.
Devin Funchess and Ted Ginn, Jr.
One of the themes leading in to this game is that Seattle is "not the same team" as the one Carolina faced in week 6. Really there is no argument. The Seahawks went 8-2 down the stretch and, due largely to Russell Wilson, looked like their former dominant selves again in the back half of the season. But this same sentiment holds true in Carolina. At the time when Seattle and Carolina met for the first time, Carolina was still struggling to find its rhythm in the passing game. Up to and including the first Seahawks contest, Ted Ginn, Jr. and Devin Funchess combined for 286 yards and 3 TD's in five games. In the 10 games since week 6 (Both were inactive for one game afterwards each), Ginn and Funchess have combined for 926 yards and 12 TD's. The Panthers don't feature any premiere names at receiver and were a squad the NFL media left for dead when the true #1 option, Kelvin Benjamin, went down in the preseason with a torn ACL. This group didn't necessarily light the world on fire, but they outperformed expectations this year and contributed heavily to the Panthers league-leading scoring offense. Yards and production can be deceiving when you consider that the Panthers also led the league in both turnovers and turnover margin this season, taking the ball away a ridiculous 39 times. Playing on short fields provided by the defense allowed the Panthers to post up points on lots of short fields. As the Seahawks plan to try and figure out a way to stop Third Leg Greg, who ripped off 131 yards and a score in week six, they now must also account for a much more polished group of receivers who also include Jericho Cotchery (Clutchery around these parts) who is always at the right place at the right time with the most reliable hands on the team. The Seattle defense will need to digest all of these moving parts, while also accounting for Stewart, Cameron Artis-Payne, and Mike Tolbert out of the backfield on two weeks rest. There is another player on offense that Seattle has to account for, but I'm having trouble remembering who that is. Oh...that's right...
The talk all week, and deservingly so, will cover the NFL's newfound conference rivalry between two quarterbacks that are changing the way the game is being played....Cam Newton and Russell Wilson. There have been many discussions about which of these guys is better...and with the recent success of the two franchises, is a matchup turning in to this decade's Manning/Brady contest in terms of buzz and heated debates between the fan bases. While Russell Wilson hit the league by storm and has found a lot of success since his inaugural NFL season, Cam's elevation has taken longer to round in to form. Unlike Wilson, Cam had to deal with the loss of his first OC and waded through several years while the Panthers new DC fashioned the defense in to a premiere unit. Cam came in to the NFL with a lot of raw potential but not a lot of experience playing in pro-style offenses. His truncated (but very successful) NCAA experience made him a work-in-progress and Cam has spent several seasons making eye-popping plays with his legs, but being inconsistent with his arm. He had difficulties moving through his reads, putting too much juice on the ball, and sailing passes high. This season Cam has made huge leaps in his passing game development, topping 3,800 yards again for the first time since 2012 with one of the most pedestrian set of receivers to play this season. His 35 passing TD's are his career best by a wide margin, and coupled with his 10 rushing TD's, made him the league's top scoring player. His trajectory continues to rise each season and now, as a seasoned playoff quarterback, has a lot of prove at home against one of his team's biggest challenges during his short career in pro football. This week will mark the sixth time these teams have played in five years and Cam is only 1-5 in those contests, which include a brutal divisional-round loss last season in Seattle in front of a raucous crowd. Cam sets out to prove that he finally shed the Seattle Monkey off his back in October, when he went completely bonkers in the 4th quarter, completing 12/15 for 162 yards and 2 TDs in the last two drives of the quarter.
What to Watch:
Michael Bennett vs Panthers Running Squad
According to the folks over at /Seahawks , Michael Bennett and the Seahawks entire defensive line did an amazing job shutting down the run last week. This week with JStew coming back, CAP, and Tolbert there will be a lot for their D-line to worry about. Watch for JStew's return this week and Michael Bennett to see how he does trying to shut down the run game.
Wilson finished the game last week with only 13 completions on 26 attempts, but just keep in mind he was playing in sub-zero temperatures. The Panthers secondary has been superb all year and Sunday will be no exception. Coleman will be back which will be a big help to the secondary. Don't be surprised to see a few interceptions by the thieves this week!
Cam the absolute monster of a QB he is will be throwing against some top tier Safeties and Corners this week. He threw 2 picks last time they played Seattle at the beginning of the season. One was purely a bad decision and his arm got hit on the other. Kam had one of those interceptions on Newton in their last matchup. This game will be one to watch for sure. Keep an eye out for Cam and Kam this Sunday.
Reminder to not go into the Saints or Seahawks subreddit after the game on Sunday.
I didn't do any of this, this week. The team really stepped up while I had to attend to real life matters. I finalized a few things and didn't get a chance to read over it all and edit it properly. This is the most unedited piece and it shows just how good of a team we have. Great job to everyone. Seriously. Y'all have no idea how much work is put into these posts and everyone behinds the scenes deserves 99% of the credit. Thanks to the team:
2014.03.11 01:44 FlawedLogicNFC East Cap Situation Pre-Free Agency
Free Agency begins tomorrow which means I finally have things to write about! Let's break down the division by key signings and releases and see where everyone stacks up with cap room. Philadelphia Eagles Transactions:
Released WR Jason Avant
Signed DE Cedric Thornton to a one-year contract
Agreed to terms on a one-year deal with WR Jeremy Maclin
Signed WR Riley Cooper to a five-year contract. Signed C Jason Kelce to a seven-year contract.
Agreed to terms on a five-year contract with T Jason Peters
Signed WR Joe Anderson
Announced the hiring of Bill Musgrave as quarterbacks coach and Michael Clay as defensive quality control coach. Promoted Mike Dawson to assistant defensive line coach.
Erik Chinander - Hired by the University of Oregon to become outside linebackers coach
Bill Lazor - Hired by the Miami Dolphins to become offensive coordinator
Signed C David Molk.
Signed LB Josh Kaddu and WR Ifeanyi Momah, re-signed WR Will Murphy
Re-signed LB Emmanuel Acho, DE Brandon Bair, T Michael Bamiro, WR B.J. Cunningham, TE Emil Igwenagu, QB G.J. Kinne, and LB Travis Long
Eagles Cap Room:$24,906,556 New York Giants Transactions:
February 14, 2014
Announced the retirement of DE Dave Tollefson
January 27, 2014
Named Danny Langsdorf quarterbacks coach, Sean Ryan wide receivers coach
January 24, 2014
Announced the retirement of OT David Diehl.
January 22, 2014
Named Craig Johnson running backs coach.
January 16, 2014
Fired tight ends coach Michael Pope and running backs coach Jerald Ingram.
January 14, 2014
Named Ben McAdoo offensive coordinator.
January 7, 2014
Signed TE Daniel Fells, WR Preston Parker, LB Spencer Adkins, OL Troy Kropog and PK/P Brandon McManus.
January 2, 2014
Announced the retirement of offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.
Giants Cap Room:16,521,129 Washington Redskins Transactions:
Mar 04 2014
Davin Meggett - The Redskins Waived Running Back Davin Meggett.
Mar 04 2014
Jawan Jamison - The Redskins Waived Running Back Jawan Jamison.
Mar 04 2014
Richard Quinn - The Redskins Released Right End Richard Quinn.
Mar 04 2014
Sav Rocca - The Redskins Released Punter Sav Rocca.
Mar 04 2014
Adam Carriker - The Redskins Released Defensive Lineman Adam Carriker.
Mar 03 2014
Brian Orakpo - The Redskins Placed The Franchise Tag On Linebacker Brian Orakpo.
Mar 03 2014
Jose Gumbs - The Redskins Re-Signed Safety Jose Gumbs To A One-Year, $495,000
Feb 27 2014
Chris Baker - The Redskins Re-Signed Defensive Lineman Chris Baker.
Feb 19 2014
Fred Davis - Tight End Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely without pay for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
Feb 19 2014
DeAngelo Hall - The Redskins Re-signed Cornerback DeAngelo Hall To A Four-Year Contract.
Feb 07 2014
Doug Worthington - The Redskins Signed Defense End Doug Worthington To A One-Year Deal.
Feb 06 2014
Aldrick Robinson - The Redskins Re-Signed Wide Receiver Aldrick Robinson To A One-Year Deal.
Jan 08 2014
Kevin Kowalski - The Redskins Signed Offensive Lineman Kevin Kowalski To A Reserve/Future Contract.
Jan 07 2014
David Gettis - The Redskins Signed Wide Receiver David Gettis To A Futures Contract.
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