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Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills: penalties hounding

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Sean McDermott [url=http://www.buffalobillsteamonline.com/zay-jones-jersey]Authentic Zay Jones Jersey[/url] , Buffalo Bills The Cincinnati Bengals’ and Buffalo Bills’ bromance came to a head this past Sunday as a large preseason crowd welcomed Andy Dalton to New Era Field. Like bros tend to do, there were some squabbles, to the tune of 24 penalties. The Bills led the charge of yellow with 14 of those flags. This was the third poor performance in a row for the Bills. “It’s unacceptable,” said head coach Sean McDermott on Monday. “The only word for it is unacceptable. You can’t do that and expect to stay on schedule and move the football, in particular, against good defenses. Cincinnati, yesterday’s example, was a good defense. We have to stop hurting ourselves. Before you win [url=http://www.buffalobillsteamonline.com/marcus-murphy-jersey]Womens Marcus Murphy Jersey[/url] , you have to prevent yourself from losing. Pre-snap penalties or penalties overall don’t allow you to play on schedule football offensively.”Should we be worried? To date, the Bills have had 32 penalties assessed in their three preseason games for 257 yards. They have been called for 36 penalties, including 10 false starts. That’s not great. However, last year they had 34 assessed for 401 yards through three games. During the regular season they finished better than league average, suggesting preseason struggles are a poor indicator of things to come. Basically, this article is for novelty purposes only. Bengals notesThere’s a high rate of penalties from the Bengals that I’d consider to be major ones. Only three of ten (false start, neutral zone and delay) were of the procedural variety. Just like I noted above there’s no reason to think this will necessarily translate to the “real” games. On the flip side, it’s a safe bet that one reason these don’t become regular season trends is because they’re identified and ironed out now. Alex Redmond has likely already heard about this game from his position coach. Goodwin’s defensive pass interference isn’t a mugging [url=http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/marcus-murphy-jersey-authentic]Youth Marcus Murphy Jersey[/url] , but it’s the right call. More importantly, these are the kinds of plays the Bills want to see go Kelvin Benjamin’s way. In case you’re wondering, Goodwin is incredibly tall for a defensive back at 6’4” and he struggles to cover Benjamin even with the help of some early contact. Bills notesThe offensive line is the main story again. I won’t pile on, the chart speaks for itself. Three personal fouls in a single game is not ideal. Blocking technique might need to be reinforced on special teams and offense. Adam Redmond demonstrates the razor’s edge of the rules in the NFL. FOX analysts disagreed in real time, but he’s rightfully called for a peel back block because he hits Brandon Bell right at the waistline and a little below as he slides. As the contact is from the side it’s illegal. The way Bell goes flying shows why this is a penalty. That’s a lot of force to major joints (hip or knee) against a player that’s in poor position to protect himself. If Redmond was a step faster he likely contacts more to Bell’s front and this is legal.Dean Marlowe was called for unnecessary roughness and gives us a good window into the new lowering the head penalty. I want to emphasize that the intent is not to call Marlowe a dirty player. Players have been taught to lower their body to make a hit and the new rule necessitates a major adjustment in tackling. As the clip shows, Marlowe checks all the boxes for the penalty by lowering his head and initiating contact with his helmet. As he has an unobstructed route, has other options and creates a flat back he’s also checking all the boxes for ejection. (Not to mention the receiver is giving himself up by sliding.) There are major stakes to the new penalty that conflict with ingrained habits.Five takeaways from the Buffalo Bills’ big win over the Minnesota Vikings That. Just. Happened. The Buffalo Bills destroyed the Minnesota Vikings in their own building on Sunday and it was a coming out party for the 2018 edition of the team. After two consecutive beatdowns, the Bills delivered their own in Week 3 to one of the two teamsfrom last year’s NFC Championship. Here are our five takeaways from the game [url=http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/dion-dawkins-jersey-authentic]Youth Dion Dawkins Jersey[/url] , a season-defining game for Buffalo:Josh Allen’s welcome to the NFL gameHoly cow. Josh Allen went up and over the Vikings today. He was in control of the offense from the moment he stepped on the field and if it wasn’t for some drops, his stat line would be even better. He had 200 yards passing but his highlights were running the ball, diving for the pylon for a touchdown and hurdling a defender for a first down toward 38 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the ground. He added a passing touchdown, too. He had 172 yards through the air in the first half before Buffalo took their foot off the gas. Tre’Davious White is such a studWe haven’t heard his name much this year, and it’s because other teams aren’t going at him.White was called for a penalty today on a tackle, but it looked like a pretty good hit. He had a few pass breakups today but the dude needs some props. No one is testing him and now he’s shut down two very, very good receivers in consecutive weeks.The defense has turned a cornerThe Chargers scored three points in the second half last week. It took the Vikings 57 minutes to score their first points on Sunday. Jerry Hughes, Kyle Williams [url=http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/corey-bojorquez-jersey-authentic]Youth Corey Bojorquez Jersey[/url] , Lorenzo Alexander, and Matt Milano were all over the place on Sunday, sacking Kirk Cousins and forcing turnovers. Lelsie Frazier was backing calling plays today after Sean McDermott took over last week. Even with the shaky cornerback position, Buffalo stepped up.Jerry Hughes needs his own headingHughes lived in the backfield today. Milano had a fumble recovery, interception, and sack but Hughes was in the backfield constantly harassing Kirk Cousins and LT Reilly Reiff. He had a strip-sack and another sack and was a disruptive force. Receivers are a problemIt’s difficult to bring negativity to this postgame column, but the receivers didn’t do Allen any favors today. Kelvin Benjamin had multiple drops. Robert Foster let a perfect bomb go through his hands. Zay Jones was invisible. Charles Clay dropped a potential touchdown on a perfectly placed ball. This is 100% going to be an area of focus for the team this offseason.


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