COACHING TAPE – WEEK 12 (11/26/08)

 

EAGLES OFFENSE VS. RAVENS DEFENSE

Eagles ran 64 offensive plays, and had only 206 total yards
Eagles 3-13 on third down conversions, making them 6-31 (19%) in the last 2 games
Second play of the game Celek wide open in the middle of the field, McNabb did not pull the trigger, Instead checked down to Klecko – Left a 15-20 yard play on the field
McNabb not seeing the field clearly, A little slow in processing information – Sack to end the first series was a good example, Jackson wide open on shallow cross with running room but McNabb never got to him
McNabb had Jackson running free on a go route versus zone coverage on first play of the third series, Either didn’t see him or didn’t feel comfortable making the throw; Checked it down to Klecko on the same side – Again, another example of a QB struggling with clarity and confidence
Westbrook limited burst and acceleration, Clearly does not have the same lateral agility and explosiveness we are used to seeing when healthy – On some runs, not even getting what’s blocked
First play of second quarter Curtis open to the deep post on [...]

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