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Despite lack of touchdowns , the Bengals still have to account for Julio Jones

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Despite lack of touchdowns , the Bengals still have to account for Julio Jones

Post by linchao » Tue Nov 06, 2018 6:06 am

While rookie wide receiver Calvin Ridley had a breakout three-touchdown game in Week 3 against the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Falcons biggest star Julio Jones has still yet to find the end zone this season. Jones has 20 receptions for 329 yards through three games, and Authentic Jordan Evans Jersey he is often inexplicably subbed out on the goal line. Regardless, Jones is still one of the best receivers in the game and a problem for the Bengals secondary.Jones and quarterback Matt Ryan were not able to connect on any routes over 40 yards this year until the 58-yarder seen below. Ryan’s pass is underthrown but Jones is able to adjust and make the catch. The Saints are able to catch up with him because of this and with a better ball from Ryan, his touchdown drought could have ended.Here, Jones is the third receiver from the bottom of the screen and runs a corner route. The cornerback sits on the quick out by the outside receiver, which opens up a window for Ryan to put the ball in. This is a touch pass to the wide side of the field, but the pair are able to connect. Unfortunately for Jones, he’s tackled just shy of the end zone.Jones is lined up on the bottom of the screen here. He runs an incredible stop-n-go route that the defender bites hard on. This leaves Jones wide open running down the sideline., but the ball is off target and a little short. Jones makes a great effort to adjust to the ball, but cannot pull it in. A well-placed ball would have led to a huge touchdown pass here, but again, Ryan and Jones fail to connect.Jones is lined up at the bottom of the screen here. The cornerback is playing way off of him, but Jones is able to eat up his cushion very quickly. Jones stems to the inside as he cuts down the space between him and the defender then quickly breaks just outside the cornerback when he turns his hips to the inside. This is a great route by Jones, but Ryan overthrows him this time.Jones is running a post from the top of the screen here. Ryan targets him for a potential touchdown Youth Hardy Nickerson Jersey , but fails to see the cornerback from the other side of the formation dropping underneath the route.Ryan throws some risky balls over the middle of the field from time to time. If this happens against the Bengals, safety Jessie Bates III may be able to record his second interception of the season.The Falcons have all of the talent in the world offensively and will give the Bengals fits trying to match up with them. Jones and Ridley are both incredible athletes and exceptional route runners. For whatever reason, the Falcons have not used Jones on the goal line and have failed to connect with him on a deep touchdown pass. Ridley, on the other hand, was a terror last week against the Saints, and has proven to be a worthy adversary for any defense. The Bengals will need a strong performance from their secondary and an excellent pass rush to win in Week 4, and make no mistake, stopping Jones is still a top priority.Bengals at Colts injury report: Cody Core returns; Cordy Glenn still limited The Bengals are getting healthier ahead of their matchup with the Colts, as Thursday marked the return of Cody Core, who was limited with a back injury. The former sixth-round pick out of Ole Miss has been out for the last month with his injury. It looked like that could cost him a roster spot, as he had a promising rookie year back in 2016, but he was a ghost for the majority of 2017. Core then had a rather quiet training camp this year before suffering an injury in practice that cost him nearly a month of action. He only played in the first preseason game before sitting on the sidelines against the Cowboys, Bills and Colts.Combined with a strong showing from rookie receiver Auden Tate, it seemed very likely Core was going to be waived during final roster cuts. However, the coaching staff really likes what Core brings to the table on special teams http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/a ... ock-jersey , so much that they actually kept him as one of the final players to make the 53-man roster. The team also kept Tate, leaving seven receivers on the 53-man roster for the second year in a row. Core also played a lot of special teams during his first two years in college, even beginning his career as a safety. That helped make him an ideal special teams player for the Bengals, and he’s been a solid contributor in that regard. That’s why it won’t be a major surprise if Core is active this Sunday or next Thursday against the Ravens, but the smart money is on Core sitting out both games.Hopefully, that’s not the case with starting left tackle Cordy Glenn, but it’s getting dicey with gameday almost here. Glenn was limited for the second-straight day and could draw the questionable tag for Sunday due to a shoulder injury suffered in Week 3 of the preseason.If he’s out, Jake Fisher is the next man up at left tackle, though we could also see Cedric Ogbuehi. Either is a major downgrade from Glenn, and it could be the difference in what’s shaping up to be a close game in Indy.On the Colts’ side, the only real change was running back Marlon Mack returning for a limited session. Like Core, Mack was injured in the first week of the preseason and hadn’t practiced until now. Bengals at Colts Thursday Injury Report
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