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10.01.2019 03:33
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Los Angeles Rams training camp Week 3: Stock up , stock down After a miserable performance in preseason week one, s.Let’s take a look at who showed up to play, and who didn’t:Stock DownQB Brandon AllenAllen was handed a whole half to operate and make hay, and it wasn’t pretty. Allen had a fourth-quarter touchdown to an open WR in Steven Mitchell, and threw the ball out of bounds. He also had a very bad interception staring down a WR and not noticing the underneath zone defender. Allen had some okay moments too, but it doesn’t look like he is QB2 worthy either.OT Darrell WilliamsAt first glance, I actually didn’t think Williams had a terrible day. He might have had a slip up once or twice, but this is more about the other offensive lineman playing great (Joe Noteboom, Jamil Demby) and less about Williams himself.QB Sean MannionOutside of one nice deep pass (47 yards) to KhaDarel Hodge, Mannion managed to complete nine passes for 37 yards. Talk about captain checkdown.WR Fred BrownBrown received playing time early and had multiple passes hit his hands that he couldn’t secure. He also struggled to create a lot of separation. Brown looks to be falling behind in the WR race with a few other guys performing well.Stock UpRB John KellyAlthough the statistics took a hit, Kelly once again had a solid day. He routinely churns his legs to create chunks of yardage, and always finishes his runs in a punishing manner. He scored his first NFL touchdown as well.WR KhaDarel HodgeThe model-turned-WR probably had the best day of anyone in a Rams uniform on the day. Hodge had a tremendous 47-yard grab down the right sideline on a go route. With the defender draped all over him, Hodge secured the pass and survived the ground. He had another reception for 10 yards as well, and a few more instances where he was open but the quarterbacks missed him.S Marqui ChristianChristian has separated himself as the sure-fire third safety in the pecking order. Not only that , but the Rams have had Christian on the field in dime packages as a sub-package linebacker. Christian was extremely active today, routinely making tackles both in coverage and in the run game. He’s tough as nails too, punishing whatever comes his way.S Afolabi LagudaThe undrafted free agent had at terrific day. Laguda was solid but unspectacular in coverage, though he showed a nose for the football often cleaning up runs that broke into the second level. Laguda showed a lot of range today and the ability to play from sideline-to-sideline.TRANSCRIPT: Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay October 12 press conference Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay(Opening statement)”Everything is good from an injury standpoint. We’re right on track. We’re waiting on the final clearance from the doctors tomorrow on (WR) Brandin (Cooks) and (WR) Cooper (Kupp), but looking positive in that direction.”(On if Cooks and Kupp went through a full practice today)”They did. Yup, then they’ll get the final clearance. If that goes through like we anticipate, we’ll be in good shape.”(On the status of DL Michael Brockers)”He just had a little soreness in his ankle. He went today and he’s feeling good. We’re just being smart with (DL) Mike (Brockers) being a veteran guy. He’ll be ready to go. We should be good with Mike.”(On if DB Blake Countess will handle kickoff returns)”He will. Yes. He’s done a nice job with that. I think, really, that unit as a whole did a really good job last week with the six opportunities that we got from a return standpoint with (DB) Blake (Countess) having his four and then (OLB) Matt (Longacre) his couple. So, that field position is key and really important for us offensively to start out in good spots. So, we’ll continue to operate as we’ve been.”(On what kind of problems Broncos OLB Von Miller creates)”Well, all kinds of problems. You have to be aware of where he’s at. They do a good job. He’s moving around a little bit. You talk about a guy that’s got elite pass rush ability, plays with great strength at the point of attack. You see why he’s an all-pro caliber player. He’s a nightmare to go against and you’ve always got to be aware of where he’s at. They’ve got some other really good elite rushers as well. They’ve got good guys on the second level that can run and recognize different things. Then, they’ve got elite players on the back end. I think (Broncos CB) Chris Harris (Jr.) is one of the more underrated players in this league. Doesn’t get the recognition probably that he deserves. But White Ramik Wilson Jersey , (Broncos OLB) Von (Miller) is a phenomenal player and somebody that you’ve got to always be mindful of where he’s at and alter your game plan accordingly.”(On what he means by calling Harris ‘under the radar’ and what makes him so effective)”I just think his versatility, his instincts. You can watch certain players and see that they have an innate understanding on concept recognition, being able to do a variety of different things. You can see his communication with some of the coverage adjustments with some of the different things that offenses present. He’s a really smart football player. He’s got great movement, great short-space quickness, lateral agilities. He’s a guy that’s been really productive. I think I probably have a really good appreciation for him too just from the time you start working with (Defensive Coordinator) Wade (Phillips) and how highly he’s always spoken of Chris. Really, when you talk about Chris and (CB) Aqib (Talib), really similar type players in terms of they’re competitors, their ability to communicate with the coaches, with their teammates, in the framework of a game and what they enable you to do on the back end. Then, obviously, guys that can make plays on the ball and get it back for the offense.”(On if he expects the worst in terms of the weather when it comes to play calling or if he’ll tweak things dependent upon the conditions)”Yeah, I think that’s always something that predicated on exactly what it’s like in the game. There’s certain things based on what the nature of the weather is – ‘Is it a slippery field? What kind of things are altered? Is the wind a factor?’ So those are things that you kind of always think about and it might alter some of the play calls and the selections, but for the most part Todd Gurley II Jersey , the nice thing about from an offensive standpoint is, is as long as your feet are in the ground, you’ve got good cleats, the defense has to react to you. So, you’re really in the – kind of the advantageous spot. There’s certainly things that are affected based on the nature of what exactly that weather is and what that would affect and alter.”(On how QB Jared Goff prepares for the weather conditions and if it’s more of a mental focus”Yeah, I think certain things just like getting used to if you want to play with a glove dependent upon what the temperature is or if it’s a wetter ball – just things like that. But, usually that goes with just the communication that we have as coaches with him and his comfort level. Most of the things that we do start out with thinking about the quarterback in mind. If it’s something that he’s not comfortable with, it’s not something that we’re going to do and he’s done a great job communicating with us.”(On if the tight end situation is where he wants it right now or if it needs to get better)”No, I think these guys have played really good, productive ball. I think, too, you make a big deal about just we’re in a regulated personnel group, but you want to make sure that you’re getting guys – those guys specifically – on the field as much as possible. You do want to be able to have some versatility, things like that Authentic Dominique Easley Jersey , but I think kind of the approach going into season was altered a little bit based on (TE) Gerald’s (Everett) injury. But, then you’re also talking about a player of Cooper Kupp’s caliber that’s standing next to me on the sideline. You’ve got a tough time rationalizing that as a coach because of what a good football player he is, what a productive player and how important he is really to our team. But, there’s a give and take. I think (WR) Josh Reynolds demonstrated why he’s probably deserving of getting in there, getting an opportunity to play a little bit more and spell those guys to keep them fresh throughout the course of the game. Each week entails a little bit different approach. Being five weeks in, it’s still so early in the season. Every game you’ll start to see maybe a couple little things here and there, but a lot of that is also predicated on the health of our football team. But to answer your question, the tight ends, we feel good. I think (TE) Tyler Higbee has done a great job. Gerald is taking steps in the right direction and a lot of the things that (TE) John Mundt is doing, we’re seeing it on the practice field as a player that’s developing and (Pass Game Coordinator) Shane (Waldron) does an excellent job with that group.”

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