The score was 20-12 but this game never felt that close after the Ravens .

#1 von zhangzk , 14.03.2019 07:28

We’re going to take a different approach to this weeks Day After Game Reactions piece. Forget the segmented unit review. This team lost as a whole and we’re going to talk about them as a whole. The reaction to this one wasn’t pretty. There was very little to take away from this game when it came to positives but there were a whole lot of negatives. Day after reactions on the positive side. Peyton Barber started off hot and finished the day with 85 yards and the teams lone touchdown. If there’s one negative to take away from this it’s that the offensive play calling in the second half in a one score game all but forgot about Barber. Barber was the one good thing this pathetic offense had going for it on the afternoon. Barber scored in the first quarter and by mid 2nd quarter tallied 60 yards on the ground. Defensively there were two bright spots worth spotlighting in Lavonte David who racked up 12 tackles including the teams 2 sacks on the afternoon. 2nd is Vita Vea who had a career high in tackles with 9 combined. Vea was very active along the line of scrimmage and for good reason as the Ravens ran the ball via running backs and Lamar Jackson 49 times. The rest of the team filled the game with average to poor play... these are the reactions. Starting up front Womens Demar Dotson Jersey , the offensive line was awful again. Ryan Jensen was blown up in a critical moment yet again as Brandon Williams demolished him en route to a tackle for a loss on Peyton Barber’s 3rd and 1 attempt late in the game. The line gave Winston little pocket and time to work with throughout the game and in turn it was yet another week where the offensive line and play calling combined to hinder any chance of sustainable success passing the ball. Jameis Winston was very average in this game outside of a tremendous circus play which saw Winston perform his signature escape from the rush and deep heave downfield to Mike Evans. The play was the lone highlight from the passing game in this one. That pass aside, Winston tallied only another 93 yards on the afternoon while finishing 13 of 25. One can’t forget about an ugly underthrow that went for an interception. There’s debate as to whether Winston and his receiver were on the same page, tell me if you’ve heard that one before, or if it was truly just that poorly thrown. Regardless, it was another instance of a game where Winston did not look like a franchise savior and looked rather normal at quarterback. Normal/average are not what this franchise needs from him right now and in this ball game the offensive line and Chris Godwin did nothing to help out. Speaking of Godwin, he may have had his worst game as a professional in this one. Godwin had a terrible drop and failed to haul in either of his other two receptions in the game. Better yet, there was not a pass play of more than 9 yards to any player not named Mike Evans in this match. Side note, kudos to Mike Evans for turning 4 receptions into 121 yards. Coaching, game planning and adjusting with this staff appears optional. Dirk Koetter... what are you doing? As the head coach, how do you allow the in game play calls to not reflect the ebbs and flows of the game? You’re quarterback is struggling behind a piss poor offensive line and you choose to not help out with some faster hitting routes... why? You’re unable to throw the ball all second half yet you still continue to force it and get vanilla again with the run game... why do you allow this? That’s right, how silly of me? As Dirk himself has stated numerous times this season, he doesn’t know how to fix this. Mark Duffner, you are facing a still inexperienced quarterback yet you played soft coverage to end the 1st half as you watched Lamar freaking Jackson carve you up... why? Lamar Jackson single handedly beat this Buccaneer defense... how? The problem is the same as it always has been Authentic Jason Pierre-Paul Jersey , this defense regardless of who coaches it simply can’t tackle the ball carrier and play disciplined. The sad part in reality is this, 20 points given up should be just fine for your offensive to out score the opponent and win. But not in Tampa Bay. Final reaction. It all comes back to the top where in Tampa Bay, coaching is optional. Tackling is optional. Blocking is optional. If things don’t drastically change in Tampa Bay over the near future, fandom will soon become optional for many. It’s time to make a statement. That statement needs to be holding those in charge accountable and breaking this staff apart. The Atlanta Falcons finally got the ball to bounce their way.They hope that's the start of more good fortune.After a hugely disappointing start to season, the Falcons snapped a three-game losing streak with a 34-29 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, the game ending on a wacky play that nearly worked.With no timeouts and needing a touchdown from the Falcons 21, Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston surprisingly took off running down the middle of the field. As the defense closed in at the 10, he pitched the ball to his left. Adam Humphries had it briefly but lost control. Mike Evans scooped up the loose ball and lateraled it again. DeSean Jackson had a chance to grab it at the 5 and dive for the end zone, but the ball squirted under his hands and out of bounds.Game over."They certainly had a shot for it," Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. "We've had some go the other way on the final play, so it was nice to be on the side where we were on top on the final play."Indeed, Atlanta (2-4) came into the game with three heartbreaking losses. They were in position to knock off Super Bowl champion Philadelphia but couldn't complete a short pass in end zone on the final play. They lost to the Saints in overtime after giving up the tying touchdown with just over a minute remaining. They fell to Cincinnati on a 13-yard TD pass with 7 seconds to go.This time, the Falcons benefited from some huge breaks against the Bucs (2-3). Demontae Kazee picked off a long pass at his own 1 after Winston overthrew his intended receiver. Early in the third quarter Womens Ali Marpet Jersey , the Bucs had first-and-goal at the Atlanta 2, but Peyton Barber was stuffed for no gain, a false start on tight end Antony Auclair backed them up to the 7, and Winston's pass over the middle was deflected high in the air. When it finally came down, Brian Poole was there to make the interception."We needed that win," Kazee said. "I've been depressed the past three or four weeks."Matt Ryan had a huge game for the Falcons, completing 31 of 41 for 354 yards and three touchdowns. Winston, in his first start of the season, was 30 of 41 for 395 yards and four touchdowns, but the two picks marred his performance.Some issues that emerged from the Falcons victory over Tampa Bay:OFFENSIVE DEFENSESThese teams came in into the game ranked at the bottom of the league in points allowed.Neither gave much indication that they've addressed their defensive shortcomings.The Falcons surrendered more than 500 yards for the second time this season. The Bucs were torched for touchdowns on Atlanta's first three possessions, then gave up two more scoring drives in the final quarter, which is sure to keep the heat on defensive coordinator Mike Smith.HOBBLED KICKERMatt Bryant looked like he might be in for an extended recuperation period after making a crucial 57-yard field goal with 1:10 remaining.The 43-year-old immediately clutched the back of his right leg, limped slowly off the field and headed straight to the locker room.While it wasn't immediately known how seriously he was injured http://www.tampabaybuccaneersteamonline.com/vinny-curry-jersey , Atlanta may at the very least need to bring in a second kicker this week in case Bryant can't go in next Monday night's game against the New York Giants.After that, the Falcons have a bye week, which would give Bryant extra time to recover.KAZEE GETS COMFORTABLEKazee is settling in as a starter in the Falcons' injury plagued secondary.The second-year safety has picked off passes in three straight games , the first Atlanta player to accomplish that feat since Kemal Ishmael in 2014.Atlanta lost its top two safeties — Keanu Neal and Ricardo Allen — to season-ending injuries.POOLE'S HITPoole could be a little lighter in the wallet after delivering a big hit on Winston late in the first half.As Winston glided toward the sideline at the end of a 5-yard run, Poole sent the quarterback flying with a shot to the chest. Tampa Bay center Ryan Jensen went after Poole, leading to some minor scuffling before order was restored.No penalty was called for the hit, but the replay showed Poole lowered his helmet before striking Winston's helmet. That could lead to a fine from the NFL when it reviews the play.LOSING STREAKWhile the Falcons halted their three-game losing streak, Tampa Bay has now lost three in a row after a 2-0 start.Winston said it's too early to panic."Yes, it was a tough loss in the division, but we're still in a good spot," the quarterback said. "We have to execute better, I have to protect the football and we will win games."The Bucs now trail idle New Orleans (4-1) by two games in the NFC South. Carolina (3-2) also slipped back with a 23-17 loss to Washington.Follow Paul Newberry on Twitter at pnewberry1963 . His work can be found at s://apnews/search/paul%20newberry


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