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    Greg Cosell's Film Room: Jets Offense vs Jills Defense

    This is a great Bullet point analysis of the game. Made a point of mentioning Cumberland as a good athlete. Good stuff...

    JETS OFFENSE VERSUS BUFFALO DEFENSE
    · Howard started at RT
    · Tebow played the 1st snap at TE
    · Bills predominant sub-package was dime: McKelvin slot corner, Scott dime LB
    · Scott also played nickel LB
    · Hill “z”, Holmes “x” in base personnel
    · Jets helped Howard on Williams on first 3rd + long, Powell chip
    · Tebow 1st QB snap was 4th play, Speed sweep to McKnight (3 yds)
    · Gilmore a physical press corner, Willing to mix it up
    · Cumberland good athlete with ability to detach from formation
    · Gilmore and Williams a lot of press, especially versus base
    · Jets featured snaps with 6 OL, Smith was the extra OL
    · Kerley 21 yds on 3rd + 7 on 1st TD drive, Howard one-on-one versus Williams
    · Powell was the Jets 3rd down back, not McKnight
    · Kerley 12 yd TD came from slot versus McKelvin man-to-man
    · Kerley versus McKelvin was a matchup the Jets exploited
    · Sanchez was decisive with his reads and throws
    · Kerley aligned all over the formation, Movable chess piece
    · Hill 33 yd TD came versus “quarters”, Stutter-go beat Gilmore
    · Gilmore more comfortable in press at this point
    · Hill aligned both outside and in the slot
    · Sanchez made accurate throws versus both man and zone in 3rd + short situations
    · Sanchez excellent job changing cadence and snap count
    · RT Howard won individual pass protection matchup versus Williams
    · Sanchez excellent on 3rd down: Decisive and accurate
    · Jets featured 2 back sets in run game, Connor significant snaps
    · Sanchez some excellent throws outside the numbers, Positive step
    · McKnight the forgotten man, Only played in Tebow packages
    · Bills mixed man and zone on 3rd down
    · Greene’s carries a function of score; Grinder and sustainer, nothing more
    · Sanchez looked like confident and decisive, Good ball location
    · Jets run blocked better than preseason but still need work
    · McKelvin struggled in man-to-man in the slot
    · Tebow 6 snaps at QB through 41-7 in the 3rd quarter
    · Sanchez on 3rd down: 7-10, 73 yds, TD; All 7 were conversions

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    Good stuff. Where do you find this info?

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    Before Monday night, Sanchez led the league in % of first down conversion per attempt.

    I don't know if it held after Flacco's performance.

    Nice write up.

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    Great read.
    Cant wait to get home and watch the game again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
    · Sanchez on 3rd down: 7-10, 73 yds, TD; All 7 were conversions
    Wow, sometimes when you complete a pass on 3rd down you get a first down - I didn't know that was possible!

    (Note that "all 7" can't be right. There was the play that Kerley lunged out of bounds and got a bad spot that we challenged. That wasn't a conversion.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Good stuff. Where do you find this info?
    Thanks, I subscribe to FantasyGuru.com and they feature Cosell's analysis of games on there. I like him a lot, strictly a game film evaluator and not caught up in media hype or attention. He doesn't spew regurgitated crap like the toolbags in NFL network and Espn do.

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    He must have left out the first downs gained when Mario was getting punched in the face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
    Thanks, I subscribe to FantasyGuru.com and they feature Cosell's analysis of games on there. I like him a lot, strictly a game film evaluator and not caught up in media hype or attention. He doesn't spew regurgitated crap like the toolbags in NFL network and Espn do.
    True, its simple and to the point analysis as well. I will have to take a look at that site.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thshadow View Post
    Wow, sometimes when you complete a pass on 3rd down you get a first down - I didn't know that was possible!

    (Note that "all 7" can't be right. There was the play that Kerley lunged out of bounds and got a bad spot that we challenged. That wasn't a conversion.)
    Jets were 10-14 on third down. When was the last time they had that high of a conversion rate? Amazing when you have the WR run PAST the first down marker, they convert. Brilliant.

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    That's a lot of love for Sanchez, obviously well-deserved. IIRC, Cossell is not a fan of #6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
    This is a great Bullet point analysis of the game. Made a point of mentioning Cumberland as a good athlete. Good stuff...

    JETS OFFENSE VERSUS BUFFALO DEFENSE
    · Howard started at RT
    · Tebow played the 1st snap at TE
    · Bills predominant sub-package was dime: McKelvin slot corner, Scott dime LB
    · Scott also played nickel LB
    · Hill “z”, Holmes “x” in base personnel
    · Jets helped Howard on Williams on first 3rd + long, Powell chip
    · Tebow 1st QB snap was 4th play, Speed sweep to McKnight (3 yds)
    · Gilmore a physical press corner, Willing to mix it up
    · Cumberland good athlete with ability to detach from formation
    · Gilmore and Williams a lot of press, especially versus base
    · Jets featured snaps with 6 OL, Smith was the extra OL
    · Kerley 21 yds on 3rd + 7 on 1st TD drive, Howard one-on-one versus Williams
    · Powell was the Jets 3rd down back, not McKnight
    · Kerley 12 yd TD came from slot versus McKelvin man-to-man
    · Kerley versus McKelvin was a matchup the Jets exploited
    · Sanchez was decisive with his reads and throws
    · Kerley aligned all over the formation, Movable chess piece
    · Hill 33 yd TD came versus “quarters”, Stutter-go beat Gilmore
    · Gilmore more comfortable in press at this point
    · Hill aligned both outside and in the slot
    · Sanchez made accurate throws versus both man and zone in 3rd + short situations
    · Sanchez excellent job changing cadence and snap count
    · RT Howard won individual pass protection matchup versus Williams
    · Sanchez excellent on 3rd down: Decisive and accurate
    · Jets featured 2 back sets in run game, Connor significant snaps
    · Sanchez some excellent throws outside the numbers, Positive step
    · McKnight the forgotten man, Only played in Tebow packages
    · Bills mixed man and zone on 3rd down
    · Greene’s carries a function of score; Grinder and sustainer, nothing more
    · Sanchez looked like confident and decisive, Good ball location
    · Jets run blocked better than preseason but still need work
    · McKelvin struggled in man-to-man in the slot
    · Tebow 6 snaps at QB through 41-7 in the 3rd quarter
    · Sanchez on 3rd down: 7-10, 73 yds, TD; All 7 were conversions
    Music to my ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    That's a lot of love for Sanchez, obviously well-deserved. IIRC, Cossell is not a fan of #6.
    Correct. He's said that he's a limited quarterback. He said that before the draft, when he gave Sanchez a 2nd round grade, and hasn't really wavered from that position through 3 years. He's said that his best quality is that he's played well under pressure in difficult environments. a constant through college and his early NFL career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Correct. He's said that he's a limited quarterback. He said that before the draft, when he gave Sanchez a 2nd round grade, and hasn't really wavered from that position through 3 years. He's said that his best quality is that he's played well under pressure in difficult environments. a constant through college and his early NFL career.
    Interesting. Its good to see he didnt have bias in his evaluation of Sanchez from Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
    This is a great Bullet point analysis of the game. Made a point of mentioning Cumberland as a good athlete. Good stuff...

    JETS OFFENSE VERSUS BUFFALO DEFENSE

    · Jets run blocked better than preseason but still need work
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    Mangold acknowledged this post-game..Get this straightened out before all this talk here of needing another RB..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Interesting. Its good to see he didnt have bias in his evaluation of Sanchez from Sunday.
    Cossell is always a great read. Always unbiased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Correct. He's said that he's a limited quarterback. He said that before the draft, when he gave Sanchez a 2nd round grade, and hasn't really wavered from that position through 3 years. He's said that his best quality is that he's played well under pressure in difficult environments. a constant through college and his early NFL career.
    yep..I heard Cosell last year mention this..

    Cosell is very good..Goes off of tape-very little of the other "drama/fluff" stuff..Just tape

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Jets were 10-14 on third down. When was the last time they had that high of a conversion rate? Amazing when you have the WR run PAST the first down marker, they convert. Brilliant.
    2009 opening game vs Houston??

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    2009 opening game vs Houston??
    Seems that way.

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    Sanchez was decisive with his reads and throws
    Just now watching the quick cut of the game on DTV and this is ON POINT. Hear all the pundits pu-puing this game and arguing that the Steelers will be in Mark's face a lot more than the Bills were...that's not the point of note. The key is that the Bills WERE getting through the OLine and they did rush Mark plenty. Mark was just able to make decisive reads and hit his dump-offs efficiently when that happened. And yes, yes YES, on at least 3 different occasions I saw something magical and wonderful...Mark Sanchez throwing the ball away when there was nothing there. Very enthused after watching the game back...it was even better the second time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Mangold acknowledged this post-game..Get this straightened out before all this talk here of needing another RB..
    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Cosell is very good..Goes off of tape-very little of the other "drama/fluff" stuff..Just tape
    So then what do you make of this?

    · Greene’s carries a function of score; Grinder and sustainer, nothing more

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