月度归档:2017年08月

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The Patriots let go of Kony Ealy after just five months on Saturday, but the former second-round pick isn’t going very far.

Ealy was claimed off waivers by the Jets on Sunday, the team announced. Ealy’s cousin, defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, is also on the team and could help the jettisoned pass rusher settle into a more permanent home.
The Jets are one of the few places that could afford to take a high-profile risk this close to the regular season. Gambling on a young bedrock of versatile defensive players, Ealy might fit in well with Todd Bowles’ versatile, pressure-heavy scheme.

The franchise has been a career regenerator for other highly-drafted players before, momentarily saving the career of former first-round pick Aaron Maybin back in 2011. Rex Ryan is no longer in town, but a similar defensive philosophy that requires rushers of all shapes and sizes remains.

Ealy’s stellar performance in Super Bowl 50, where he logged an interception and three sacks over just a small handful of snaps, serves as the ultimate reminder of what can be. Over three seasons, he has 14 total sacks, an interception, six forced fumbles and five passes defensed.

The immediate reaction to the move will likely be if the Patriots couldn’t make it work, who could? New England tried to find a trade partner for Ealy, ideally outside of the division. Now, they’ll have a front-row seat to his development in New Jersey.

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The Atlanta Falcons are the NFL’s ultimate good news/bad news team entering the 2017 season.

Good news: You are the defending NFC champions.
Bad news: You are coming off the worst Super Bowl loss ever.
Good news: You deployed one of the greatest offenses in NFL history in 2017.
Bad news: The architect of that offense is someone else’s head coach.
Good news: Your new billion-dollar stadium has a state-of-the-art retractable roof.
Bad news: There’s no timetable for when the damn thing will actually open.

To all that, we add this: Mercedes-Benz Stadium has an on-site Chick-fil-A — arguably the most popular fast food restaurant of the 21st century. This is obviously good news!

Now duck, here comes that other shoe again. It won’t be open during most Falcons games.

The famed chicken sandwich chain does not open its doors on Sundays — a long-standing mandate by late Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy, who believed the week’s seventh day was reserved for rest and worship.

Those ideals clash with the NFL schedule, of course. The Falcons play all but one of their home games on a Sunday this season. The only chance for fans of the Dirty Birds to chow down on bird will come during their team’s Dec. 7 tilt against the Saints.

Chick-fil-A will be operational at “The Benz” for a slew of college football and Major League Soccer games this year. For fans of those things, that’s pretty much exclusively good news.

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The Texans have won the AFC South in consecutive seasons, but judging by the way their quarterback position was evaluated in the offseason, you wouldn’t know it.

Need more proof? With coach Bill O’Brien showering praise on Deshaun Watson earlier this week, Houston is looking at the possibility of starting a rookie behind center in Week 1. That’s usually typical of a franchise far from the postseason (i.e., the Browns, who are giving DeShone Kizer plenty of reps), not a defending division champion.
But one of the Texans’ stars is demanding we toss that rookie talk into the stands, because according to him, Houston already has its starter in Tom Savage.

“If anybody should be a judge of quarterbacks, I’ve played with the most quarterbacks in NFL history throughout my first four years,” DeAndre Hopkins said after practice Friday, via ESPN’s Dan Graziano. “So I put the stamp on Savage, and I think that’s all that needs to be said about that.”

The endorsements don’t get much stronger than that of a team’s best receiver, who truly has caught passes from more hired guns than anyone (Around the NFL’s Marc Sessler listed them earlier this week). Savage has taken all of the first-team reps and seems to have a firm grasp on the starting job, but with Watson drawing rave reviews and O’Brien’s quarterback room long having a revolving door, a sudden change can’t be ruled out.

Savage is driven by an opportunity lost at the end of last season, as detailed in a piece written by NFL.com columnist Michael Silver, so he won’t be going down lightly, if at all. A Savage-led offense has been tougher on the Texans’ reigning top-ranked defense in camp than in previous years, Jadeveon Clowney told Silver this week. Hopkins was generous with his review of Savage in that piece, too.

“I’ve played with at least 10 quarterbacks,” Hopkins said, again via ESPN. “So because of what he does well, and what he can do for this team, I know he can help us win what we want to win.

“He does everything well. He’s a student of the game, from just being on the bench, watching and learning from other people’s mistakes, seeing what they’ve done wrong. He can put the ball in any place. He has a strong arm. He has a knowledge of this offense. He’s been in this offense his whole career.”

It should be comforting to Savage that his best target is in his corner. In a fluid league, we’ll check back to see where that stands come Week 4.