Keller’s time, Chapter 3.
Lions coach Matt Patricia showed his players a short video of the first week of Kyler Murray, an impressive third The one and seventeen point battle reached 25 yards and defeated the 49ers for the first time. The Detroit coach was surprised, but perhaps not shocked after seeing Murray in his NFL debut a year ago.
“This is the first time he fell. It took less than a second. Because he only had this ability to walk vertically, cut sideways, walk vertically, change pace, change direction, and the quarterback could also control the ball. Three yards and seventeen yards after a drop of 25,”
That’s why Washington’s defense coordinator Jack Del Rio said after being asked how he smiled “without facing Kyler Murray” a week later, his defense will be I don’t try too much.
Patricia likened Murray’s explosive power to an excellent punt returnee, he is a player who can open the plane and get rid of tackles immediately. This is what we saw Murray from the first two games. He has rushed for 158 yards, maybe it’s still going on, maybe it just becomes a weapon that scares the defense to other mistakes.
But when Del Rio laments a tentative defense, it reminds you of the way Larry Fitzgerald described his teammate’s running ability.
Fitz said: “The reason why he is so strong is that he is so sudden when he runs the ball.” “He runs in front of the defensive player, you have to be cautious, because he can slide on you. He has hesitation, You can also slip away from hesitating moves-he is a first-round baseball draft pick, so he knows how to slide and adapt himself to letting go-otherwise he can step on the grass and wink. He puts the defender in a very difficult position Position. If he slips, you don’t want to take a 15-yard free throw, but if you slack, a little bit, he will run over.”
Fitz called Murray “the most energetic player in the National Football League right now.” Although I can see the Ravens fans want a word, there is no doubt that Keller will develop into a must-watch TV every week.
-Who will Murray throw to. I mean, there will be Fitz, and of course DeAndre Hopkins, he is definitely expected to become All-Pro for the fourth consecutive season. But when Christian Kirk is out, who else will Murray look at? Will Andy Isabella really do more work? Is KeeSean Johnson the guy after COVID time? May we see more Dan Arnold (Dan Arnold)? (In other words, Murray and Kenyan Drake decided to fight the struggling Lions in the area all day.)
-Patrick Peterson is not part of last year’s Lions tie due to suspension. He watched the game from the couch, but he still regrets the drop of cornerback Tramaine Brock at the end of overtime, which is likely to win the game for them.
Peterson said: “The thing that impressed me the most was that Brock gave up the winning draft.” “That would definitely seal it up. He blamed it on his red gloves, but I blamed it on it. In his hand, because he has a frying pan.”
-Random notes about Fitz, this topic was previously raised by fans. Will he consider running for political office?
Fitzgerald said: “In terms of political ambitions, it’s zero, no.” “No interest in it. That’s how I feel.”
Not shocked. He wants to be a businessman at the top of the food chain, cooperating and operating with Fortune 500 companies at some point.
-Adrian Peterson is still nearby. When he hurt his neck against Jacksonville in 2017 for the Cardinals, it didn’t look good to him. But then he went to Washington and produced again. After an injury in this preseason, he signed with the Lions and got an appearance when he had a chance-the passing distance of the two games was 6.4 yards, despite only 21 passes.
Vance Joseph, the Cardinals defensive coordinator, said: “It’s amazing to see him still playing at a high level.” “He can still find holes in the front, he can still break through tackles. DB is solving this problem. There are still problems.”
Joseph admitted that when Peterson came in, he was in control of the ball there, despite the action of the Lions (we’ll see how much; Peterson missed a game against the Packers last week) Great blitzkrieg, leading to interception).
I just keep thinking about the lightning performance of Peterson we saw in 2017, dominating the Bucs and 49ers in San Francisco. How nervous he and Fitz are.