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26.12.2018 07:46
Austin Ekeler is a ‘secret superstar’ NFL Secret Superstars – Antworten

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Week 1 - Neil HornsbyEkeler was only on the field for 22 snaps but was so dominant in that time he rated a 93.1 grade as a receiver and 85.1 as a rusher. Whether it was making the Chiefs regret leaving a linebacker on him on his touchdown grab or lowering his shoulder to bowl over a player the caliber of Reggie Ragland Cheap Kyzir White Jersey , he made the most of nearly every one of his snaps. When they lined him up wide left, he blew past Steven Nelson easily enough that if Philip Rivers had not underthrown the ball, he’d probably have had another score.Leaders in expected fantasy production entering Week 2 - Scott BarrettEarlier in the offseason, Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn told ESPN reporter Dan Graziano that one of his biggest regrets of 2017 was “not getting Gordon more work in the passing game.” Lynn quickly rectified that error in Week 1, targeting Gordon 12 times – and Gordon too delivered, totaling 102 receiving yards. He was also handed 15 touches on the ground.NFL Offensive Line Rankings – after Week 1 - Michael RennerWe projected the Chargers offensive line to take a big step forward this season with Forrest Lamp and Feeney in Year 2, but Lamp hasn’t seen the field yet and Feeney was a nightmare in Week 1. He allowed six total pressures and had a pass-blocking grade of 12.9 – the lowest of any offensive lineman in the NFL this past week.Per-target and per-touch fantasy leaders entering Week 2 - Tyler LoechnerLast year’s top three running backs in terms of FP/T: Alvin Kamara, Chris Thompson, and Austin Ekeler.This season’s top three running back in terms of FP/T: Kamara , Ekeler, Thompson. Same players, slightly different order.32 NFL Observations, Week 1 - Mark ChichesterRunning back Austin Ekeler caught all five of his targets in the passing game in Week 1, an impressive feat considering two of those passes were contested by a defender at the catch point. Ekeler ended his team’s season opener averaging 5.80 yards per route run – the third-best mark ever recorded by a running back in Week 1.Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWadeMike Williams Turning Heads, Like He Should Be At this point in the offseason, every team’s fan base must take each proclamation of “this or that player has been turning heads“ with a grain of salt. Just like this site and any other content-based publication, puff pieces are necessary and are a natural part of journalism. However, it’s still a positive to see them at all because we could be the Ravens and , instead of receivers turning heads, they have Breshad Perriman dropping passes like clockwork.Positive news is positive news is positive news. That’s all I’m getting at. And when it comes to a former first-round wide receiver who was a non-factor his rookie year, I’m sure you all will take what you can get.According to Ricky Henne over at , last year’s first-round pick Mike Williams has been “making his presence felt at minicamp” over the last couple days.In an interview with Williams following practice, he asked the young wideout what he was working on the most heading into his sophomore season. “My route depth”, he said.This is an interesting answer to me as the usual answers are “my release” or “getting in and out of breaks faster”. Williams seems to be zoned in on what he believes will take his game to the next level.For anyone confused, Williams likely means he wants to be better at the depth to which he runs and cuts out of his routes. For example, if he runs a hitch on the outside too deep when there is a corner route coming over the top, this would eat up the necessary space between the two routes and cause both to become covered.If he was running a shallow crosser over the middle that was too shallow , he would likely not catch the middle linebackers attention, leaving him to cover the deep IN route which was supposed to be open as the second option.It’s a variable not many fans think about when it comes to details in a receivers route-running but an important one, nonetheless.Once again, it is awfully early in the off-season program to be getting ahead of ourselves, but it’s never too early to feel some optimism. Let’s just hope Williams continues to turn heads throughout the rest of the coming months, like a first-round talent is expected to.

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