The front seven was owned all game by the Colts offensive line and
The front seven was owned all game by the Colts offensive line andin F r e i s t i l 14.03.2019 02:04
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At least the Bills didn’t get shut out. Aside from that http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-charles-clay-jersey , there was nothing positive to take away from this debacle against the previously 1-5 Colts. the offense continued to find new and painful ways to not score (looking at you Charles Clay). If you are a fan of pain, read on. Stock Up: 2019 DraftIf you were still holding out hope for this year, jump on the draft position bandwagon now. With the Bills 2-5, with a Monday Night Massacre coming up in seven days, the season is done for all intents and purposes. The Bills need to turn their attention to young players and an important 2019 offseason, that can be bolstered by trading away “assets” like Kelvin Benjamin. LeSean McCoy is also a candidate to be traded for picks and/or players, if he’s not hurt.Stock Down: Matt Milano and Tremaine Edmunds Buffalo’s young linebackers had been playing at a high level the past few weeks, but as is the case with all young players, there are peaks and valleys. Against the Colts, the valley seemed more like the Grand Canyon. Andrew Luck toyed with the duo, moving them with his eyes, resulting in countless wide open receivers.Their work against the run wasn’t any better. While the defensive line didn’t do Milano or Edumunds any favors (more on that in a second), both backers were found out of position or caught in the masses while Marlon Mack (126 yards at 6.6 yards per carry), Nyheim Hines (47, 9.4) and Jordan Wilkins (46, 7.7) had their way. The only good part of this performance for these two is that as young players, McDermott and Leslie Frazier can do a lot of teaching from it. Stock Down: Bills defensive lineWhat happened to the havoc the Bills defensive line had been causing the past few weeks? After a strong start (scoreless first quarter), the Buffalo defense sprung hole after hole until the whole thing collapsed. There was virtually no pressure on Andrew Luck who was sacked zero times on his way to 4 TD passes. As if that weren’t bad enough, the Colts owned the line of scrimmage, opening up gaping holes for its three-headed running back monster. Considering that Mr. Perfect (Tom Brady) is on tap next, the defensive line had best find its swagger real quick. Stock Down: Brandon BeaneThis has been a long time coming but after another dreadful offensive performance http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-jordan-poyer-jersey , at some point the man who puts the team together has to get some blame. For all that he has done right building an above average defense, Beane deserves just as much blame for the shortcomings on the other side of the ball. First of all, going into the year with a second-year quarterback with an interception problem and a raw rookie as the only two bodies in the QB room was a big mistake. The Bills tried to address this issue by bringing in Derek Anderson, but it was too little, too late as the journeyman signal caller was thrust into a start 10 days after signing. Beane also turned a blind eye to the receiving corps, which aside from the emergence of Zay Jones the past few weeks and a solid showing by Benjamin today, has been abysmal. When you couple the league-worst pass catching unit with the quarterbacks the Bills have, you end up with the type of performance we all suffered through Sunday. Unfortunately, unless Beane makes a bold move (which to his credit he isn’t afraid of doing) this type of performance will continue to be the norm, rather than an aberration. The Buffalo Bills have a young, highly-drafted cornerback in Tre’Davious White but on the other side of the field, the team experienced turmoil in 2018. They signed Vontae Davis to be their starting cornerback, but he retired at halftime of Week 2. They tried Ryan David and Phillip Gaines before settling in with undrafted Levi Walalce. This offseason, they have a chance to add to the position group, but how should they go about it and how big of a priority is it?Levi Wallace All-22 Review(Read the entire article by Jeff Kantrowski)Levi Wallace is a pleasant surprise, becoming the rare case where the depth players work out better than the planned starter. Wallace shows good awareness that unfortunately isn’t always matched by his experience and ability. There are a few things a clever team could exploit in Wallace’s game but several other aspects that make it hard to play against him. Wallace has already outplayed expectations, but look for him to make a bigger impression in year two.Wallace has the ability to flip his hips leads to an easier time changing direction while maintaining speed. He is constantly communicating, but that isn’t to say he won’t make mistakes.To mention the bad, Wallace nearly always turns sideways immediately at the snap rather than backpedal. Sometimes Wallace even telegraphs this pre-snap. This is something that can be taken advantage of by shiftier receivers. In-house cornerback options(Read the entire article by John Boccacino)The brightest of the bunch are Taron Johnson—a fourth-round draft choice out of Weber State who claimed Buffalo’s starting role at slot corner from the get-go and proved himself to be a tremendous draft-day value pick in Leslie Frazier’s 4-3 defense—and Wallace, who went from undrafted free agent to a top-five cornerback in the league according to Pro Football Focus.Johnson excelled in pass coverage and made improvements in the run game as well and showed a penchant for both making a big hit and guarding slot receivers, running backs http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-jerry-hughes-jersey , and tight ends. He should see plenty of reps but his skill set projects best at slot cornerback.Called up from Buffalo’s practice squad prior to the Week 10 win over the Jets, Wallace started the team’s final seven games, finishing with 37 tackles, three passes defended, and one quarterback hit. Earning a grade of 83.5 from PFF, best among all rookie cornerbacks and fourth overall among cornerbacks, Wallace was outstanding in pass coverage, and definitely proved himself to be a more than capable member of the secondary.Ryan Lewis, formerly of the New England Patriots, showed glimpses of his potential, starting three games before giving way to Wallace. In seven games, Lewis had 15 tackles, forced two fumbles, and broke up three passes. Lewis should provide valuable depth, something teams are constantly seeking in this pass-happy era of the NFL.Free-agent Cornerback Options(Read the entire article by Sean Murphy)E.J. GainesIf Buffalo is looking for a solid zone player who can contribute on a limited number of snaps who is also a strong tackler and run-support player, they may be best-served calling their old pal Gaines. In 2018 with the Cleveland Browns, Gaines managed to play only six games this season, notching 13 tackles, one interception, and three pass breakups in the process.Bradley RobyThe former first-round pick of the Denver Broncos is coming off a terrible year, arguably the worst of his career. Why pursue him in free agency? Well http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-jeremy-kerley-jersey , it’s clear that the man has talent, as his 60 pass breakups and seven interceptions would suggest. He is a tough, physical corner who could be in need of a change of scenery in order to find his way. His upside is definitely higher than Gaines’s, however, and he could be a good addition at both inside and outside corner.Kareem JacksonThe veteran corner had a fantastic overall year in 2018, breaking up a career-best 17 passes in his age-30 season. He also added two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and a career-high 87 tackles. PFF graded him a 79.5, which was the 13th-best grade of all corners in 2018. At 5’10” and 183 pounds, he is not a physically imposing corner, but he clearly offers a willingness to put his hat on a ball carrier and make a tackle. Ronald Darby...Could you imagine? The Bills’ former second-round draft pick, who was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for Jordan Matthews and a third-round pick, is without question the most talented corner on the free agent market. He is coming off an ACL tear, and there is next to zero chance that the Bills sign him. Steven NelsonOriginally drafted in the third round by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015, Nelson intercepted four passes this season, adding 15 pass breakups and 68 tackles. PFF graded him a 72.1, which was 33rd among corners this season. He would be a good player to add across from Tre’Davious White if Buffalo is unconvinced that Levi Wallace can continue to play at a high level.NFL Draft Cornerback Options(Read the entire article with scouting reports from Andrew Griffin)Tier IByron Murphy (Washington) Andraez “Greedy” Williams (LSU)Both players in this tier will be gone in the first 15 picks, possibly in the first ten, and will walk on as immediate starters. (Scouting reports here.)Tier IITrayvon Mullen (Clemson)Deandre Baker (Georgia)Julian Love (Notre Dame) Rock Ya-Sin (Temple)Tier IIIAmani Oruwariye (Penn State)Michael Jackson Sr. (Miami-Florida)Kris Boyd (Texas)David Long (Michigan)Rich Barnes-USA TODAY SportsNow it’s your turn to decide. What should the Bills do opposite Tre’Davious White this offseason?
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