They've never really been a traditional two-gapping team because they play so much nickel. When they're in the base 3-4 (about 20% of the time), their run responsibilities are a little more conservative and you might see more two-gapping. But it's all about sub defenses now in the NFL. You need a nose tackle who can hold up against double teams and ends who can force the action inside.
Some guys are wound a little tighter than others and they are just more brittle. Some guys hardly ever get hurt. Every body is different and so is every style of play. Who's to say why a guy like Clinton-Dix can play every snap and Morgan Burnett can't. They're both good athletes. It's just part of the game.
They opened this new permanent structure where the Tundra zone or whatever it was. As far as I can tell, it's a big bar for millenials who don't want to tailgate and prefer to drink in a bar. I'll bet it will be full during games with people who don't have tickets and just want to hang out. They put windows in the luxury boxes so people can get fresh air. Other than that, status quo.
We're up to 350 already. That's a good start.
Whew, glad you got that off your chest. Feel better?
There you go out-of-towners. Give it a try.
Yes, he won't play tonight.
They need a good one. I think they'll let Hart work through some things and if he doesn't look good, they'll sign Goode. But they clearly want a younger, more athletic guy to help cover kicks. They just can't do it at the risk of bad snaps.
National anthem, hang on.
If you have inside information, let me know. I'll head to Vegas.
69 degrees, wind west at 8 mph.
Eagles call tails. It's heads. Packers will receive.
He's been good in practice, but I want to see him in games. This will be a good test for him tonight.
Janis back for the kickoff.
Only if I mix coffee with soda.
Janis returns 24. First and 10 at the 20.
Starting offensive line on the field with Kendricks, Cobb and Adams.
Lots of quick stuff to start for Hundley.
Here's the first look at Bennett.
McCarthy get daring right away. Fourth and 1 from his own 29. He's going for it.
And there's a false start. Now they'll punt. Bulaga with the penalty.
Here's our first look at Vogel.