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2-point conversion try from the 7 yard line. 3:04 left in 4th quarter, trailing by 2
Trey Left Motion, 67 X-Dig F Rub / Sneak
This week we look at a pivotal two-point conversion by tight end Lance Kendricks. My initial thought when I first saw the play was that is was an old Bill Walsh drive concept play. Walsh used to use this play by sending Jerry Rice in motion toward the formation and at the snap he would be full speed running a shallow crossing route. Behind Rice, the tight end would be running a dig. If it was man, it was awful tough to cover Rice by chasing him all the way across the formation. If zone, the tight end was suppose to fill in a hole in the defense where they were jumping the crossing Rice.
However, with Jackson there was another shallow crossing route. Two shallow crossing routes run together ar...
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Wide receiver Danny Amendola and running back Stephen
Jackson both practiced Thursday for the St. Louis Rams, while center Scott Wells
was among the players that were out for yesterday’s session.
Jackson and Amendola both missed practice Wednesday. Jackson
was sidelined due to a foot injury, while Amendola has been hampered by a
lingering heel injury.
Jackson was a full...
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has announced that wide
receiver Danny Amendola is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills, while running back Stephen Jackson is probable to play.
WR Danny Amendola (foot), LB Mario Haggan (elbow) are questionable. Coach Jeff Fisher said Amendola will be a game time decision.
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Rams wideout Danny Amendola was a limited participant in Friday's practice. He's questionable for Sunday's game against Buffalo because of a heel injury.
Amendola will be a game-time decision and even if he plays, hell likely be on a snap count. If youre looking to use a St. Louis receiver this week, Chris Givens (16 catches, 207 yards in his last two games...
Wide receiver Danny Amendola and linebacker Mario Haggan were on the practice field on a limited basis Wednesday, as the Rams began preparation for the Buffalo Bills.
Amendola suffered a heel/foot injury Nov. 18 against the Jets and has spent the bulk of practice sessions on the sideline in a walking boot.
He did individual drills on the sidelines Wednesday, as did Haggan, who...
Last week: 22 (+1)
Net points per drive: -0.45 (25th)
DVOA: -4.3% (20th)
Weighted DVOA: -4.5% (20th)
RG Harvey Dahl: Did not allow a pressure on 47 pass block snaps, run blocked for 7 yards on 4 attempts
WR Chris Givens: Caught 11 passes for 92 yards on 13 attempts on 43 pass snaps, 3.5 YAC per catch
LOLB JoLonn Dunbar: 10 solo tackles, 3 assists, 7 stops, 1 missed...
Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola will be a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup against the Buffalo Bills due to a foot injury, according to head coach Jeff Fisher.
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