Saturday’s match between the Rams and Seahawks He highlighted much of what we already knew. Ram’s defense is in control of the unit as it has been throughout the season. Russell Wilson was fired five times, and he throws an objection – he should have had a couple, and Seattle was never comfortable being attacked.
Jalen Ramsey’s PFF score was 56.3 in this game. He was hit six times against DK Metcalf, allowed three grabs for 33 yards, and broke a pass. When you only grade goals, they reveal the flaws in your grading system. The point is that the Rams have a back corner that can close one side of the court, opening everything up to the rest of the defense.
On the other side of the ball, Jared Gove remained Jared Goff, while the Rams effectively ran the ball and relied on Cooper Cobb and Robert Woods to do the heavy lifting in the passing game. The Adams beauty wasn’t good at covering all season, and was only lucky to allow 78 yards to cover. It’s a liability once he’s crossed ten yards. In both of the previous two matches, Sean McVeigh had gone out of his way to isolate and target Adams. That’s telling, especially considering what the Seahawks gave up to acquire Adams.
Seattle’s head coach Pete Carroll received a lot of criticism on Monday morning after he said Seattle’s primary focus heading into 2021 will be on managing football more frequently and effectively. NBC Sports Go Fan.
Of course, people will be running around with Carroll’s quote and making jokes about “Let Ross cook,” but if you’ve seen Saturday or Seahawks in the past two months, he’s got a point. For whatever reason, we always ignore games that Russell Wilson doesn’t play well. He didn’t seem like one of QB’s top 3 players in the latter half of the 2020 season, with more on his page.
This brings me to the question, does it 49ers Preparing to take back NFC West next season? The Rams ‘defense took off the Seahawks’ offensive line. Seattle couldn’t get much of anything, which is why it was their crime 31% pass rate at. Saturday. Seattle without her next picks in the first round.
It’s also important to be mindful of the salary ceiling space. Take a look at the maximum salary forecast for each team:
Here’s a quick look at each team estimating their 2021 salary cap space against their 2020 track record
Top right = good record, good cap
Top left = good record, bad cap
Bottom right = bad record, good cap
Bottom left = disaster pic.twitter.com/3Wo7luqCJg
Jason_OTC (Jason_OTC) January 11, 2021
None of the four NFC West teams have much room to maneuver for their maximum salary. The Rams’ hands were tied as Goof occupies 19% of their cover area, and Los Angeles had no first-round pick as well, thanks to Galen Ramsay’s trade.
I didn’t mention the cardinals for a reason. They need a lot of help. Arizona had a successful season, but they took a big chance in the toilet after they beat three .500 matches and did not qualify for a conference that is not jogging at the same team level as the AFC did. Have you ever seen Cliff Kingsbury this season and thought, Oh my God, the Niners are having trouble moving forward? I do not think so.
Until further notice, fair or not, the Cardinals will not be taken seriously. Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are a lethal combination, but this crime relies heavily on this production duo. Here’s how the cardinal went in the back half of the season like this: A loss to DolphinsHill Mary beat Invoices, And then three consecutive losses for the Seahawks, A. Patriots Team that was not very good, the Rams, two victories over NFC East, and losses to the 49ers and Rams as their attack appeared rotten.
Where is San Francisco in all of this? Saying “when this team is healthy” has ignored much of this team over the past few seasons. You name it, and the 49ers were hit in that position. seriously. Even in 2019, Ruby Gold is missing out on time due to injury. the team Kicker Time lost with the injury.
However, they remained competitive in 2020 despite what looked like half of the list was in reserve for those injured. For this exercise, let’s say Jimmy Garoppolo is still 49 years old and remains healthy in 2021 – that would be the only constant we’ll use in this case, midfielder health.
Knowing that the Rams and Seahawks’ rosters will remain relatively unchanged, do you still feel the Niners will be the kings of the division next season?