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Ty Montgomery in exchange for a 2020
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Ty Montgomery in exchange for a 2020
Before the 2018 trade deadline دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, the Ravens made a rather quiet move by acquiring wide receiver converted running back seventh-round pick. The former Stanford Cardinal wideout was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. During his time in Green Bay, Montgomery switched to the running back position due to his impressive elusiveness and change of direction abilities. Montgomery is listed at 6-foot and 216 pounds. At the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, he ran a 4.55 40-yard dash, which is in the 61st percentile, per Mockdraftable.com. Montgomery is an athletic playmaker, who is excellent after the catch. With the Packers, Montgomery was utilized as a running back, wide receiver, and a kick returner. His career stats do not jump off the screen, but he has the potential to be a difference maker for the Ravens. Montgomery’s strengths fill a void on Baltimore’s current roster.StrengthsExcellent after the catchFantastic agility and elusivenessAdept in pass-protectionCan win one on one matchups Good contact balance, does not go down easyIdeal play strengthAthleticWeaknessesLacks ideal burstVision is questionable at timesFour career fumbles on limited touchesDurability concerns — placed on IR in 2015 and 2017Questionable play diagnosis skillsRoleMontgomery will not be Baltimore’s featured back. However, his ability to contribute in the passing game should make him an immediate impact player. He could slowly take snaps from Javorius Allen on third downs and obvious passing situations due to his innate ability to make defenders miss and pass block. He should not receive a ton of carries but could be utilized in the screen game. As a former wide receiver, Montgomery is a serviceable route runner. In Green Bay’s offense, he specifically excelled when running angle and wheel routes. Pass protectionThere may have been a call at the line that had the left guard shift to his right, which forced Montgomery to be one on one with a linebacker. Regardless, he stopped the bull rush attempt. He displayed great technique by getting lower than his assignment and attacking the body. Unfortunately for the Packers, the left tackle was pushed back by a ‘long-arm’ move. David Bakhtiari defended this move by pushing down on the defender’s hands and using his leverage against him. By throwing his assignment to the ground, it actually created a lane for the linebacker as Montgomery was tripped.Montgomery was tasked with blocking a linebacker on a quick passing concept, and he held his ground. He is a physical blocker, who displays excellent hips دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, fluidity, and strength.The Vikings showed a blitz with seven men on the line of scrimmage. However, they only sent five. With Green Bay’s offensive line trying to decipher this blitz, Montgomery was responsible for the blitzing linebacker through the A-gap. Not only did Montgomery block Eric Kendricks, but he cleared a lane for Aaron Rodgers to step up in the pocket. Montgomery was tasked with picking up the A-gap blitzer. Despite not having an ideal angle or positioning, Montgomery quickly made up ground and forced Harrison Smith to the opposite side, which gave Rodgers the ability to reset and deliver a pass. Although this block is far from flashy, it may have been Montgomery’s best block this season. He completely altered the linebacker’s path and helped clear a lane for Rodgers. Montgomery’s motor is also worth mentioning as he did not stop blocking even when Rodgers began scrambling. Receiving threat Baltimore is in the bottom half of the league in YAC (yards after the catch). They rarely turn short yardage receptions into significant gains. Luckily for the Ravens, YAC is Montgomery’s greatest strength. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands as he can make multiple defenders miss despite not having elite, top-end speed. This play was called back due to a block in the back. However, Montgomery still gained a significant amount yards well before the penalty. When he caught the football, there were four defenders in his vicinity. Somehow Montgomery was able to make something out of nothing and cut back to the other side of the field. With nowhere else to throw the football, Rodgers checked it down to Montgomery, who made multiple defenders miss en route to picking up the first down and more. Simply put, Montgomery is a mismatch. The Ravens greatly lack a tight end or running back who can consistently win matchups against linebackers. Fortunately for the Ravens, Montgomery can be that type of player. Against pattern match Cover 3, he outran a linebacker by using the width of the field and picked up the much needed first down.Marty Mornhinweg’s offense does utilize running backs in the passing game with a variety of routes. One of those routes is the wheel route, which Montgomery is adept at running. The Bills were running a Cover 3, but the rub concept tricked the cornerback into staying shallow instead of dropping, which allowed Montgomery to be wide open along the sidelines. As a former wide receiver دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, Montgomery has solid, reliable hands. This appears to be another Pattern match coverage, which had Montgomery matched up with a linebacker. Not only did he improvise well off of the ‘scramble drill,’ but he completely burned his linebacker en route to picking up a huge gain. Plays like this used to be Javorius Allen’s bread and butter, but he has not had many plays like this one this year. Being a wide receiver at Stanford, Montgomery knows how to create separation quickly. On a simple shallow ‘in’ route, Montgomery instantly created separation with a cut to the outside before quickly turning back inside. He then picked up the first down due to his solid awareness of where the marker was and ability to operate in space.VisionGreen Bay’s running game is not too much different from the Ravens’. The Packers run similar concepts such as inside and outside zones, and although the blocking rules may be a tad different, Montgomery’s reads are likely close to the same. Due to the penetration from the three-technique, Montgomery was forced to bend it back. The impressive aspect of this run was that he never danced around, but rather made every step count. He avoided the defender, quickly cut upfield and gained six yards despite the play not being perfectly blocked.On an outside zone play, Montgomery has three key reads. His first read is not open, which leads to him then identifying the open lane between the center and guard. Montgomery not only hit the hole immediately, but he made one defender miss with a nasty juke move. Alex Collins and Javorius Allen have struggled to make defenders miss this season, which is another reason why the addition of Montgomery could be a positive one. Although he displayed great vision on the previous two clips, Montgomery made a bad read on this play. On a power concept, he never anticipated or saw the linebacker, which led to him running into his own defender and stopping the run near the line of scrimmage. One of the most important skills or traits a running back needs to have is instincts. The ability to not only read a play, but adapt to the situation is critical دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, and Montgomery showed a lack of that on this play. With his first read being clogged up, he was unable to adapt and create something.Special TeamsThis return was called back, but it showcases how dangerous of a returner Montgomery can be as he does not go down easy. Montgomery hit the hole hard and made several defenders miss en route to picking up a significant gain. Even though the Rams blew this return up, Montgomery made multiple defenders miss as he picked up a couple of extra yards. There is a lot to like about him as a returner due to his ability to make defenders miss in space. Montgomery’s ball security is certainly a question mark as he has four combined career fumbles. This was his first, and only, fumble on a kick return, but it came at the worst time. Reports suggest that Montgomery was told to take a knee, but he did not listen and took it out anyways. This was the deciding factor in this game as it did not give Rodgers a chance to make a play. Final takeMontgomery is not a superstar by any stretch. However, he could have a role in Baltimore’s offense due to his innate abilities in the passing game. As a runner, Montgomery is not an upgrade for the Ravens. For a seventh-round pick in 2020, this trade was well worth it even if Montgomery signs elsewhere in March. After finishing the season 6-1 with Lamar Jackson under center and capturing the AFC North division title, the Ravens magic finally ran out on Sunday. Hosting the visiting Chargers in a wild card matchup, Baltimore dug themselves too big of a hole. For most of the game, the Ravens offense couldn’t muster any sort of rhythm. They were held scoreless in the first half and began the fourth quarter with 25 yards passing, while trailing 12-3. Simply put, Baltimore’s offense was nothing short of pitiful.Per usual, the defense played lights out and kept the Ravens somewhat within striking distance. When Baltimore’s offense finally began clicking late in the fourth quarter, it was ultimately too late. The Ravens had a chance to score a go-ahead touchdown with 45 seconds remaining, but Lamar Jackson was stripped and the Chargers recovered the loose ball. It was a disappointing finish to an entertaining season. However, while the end result may be gloomy دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, there were several notable plays that should not go unnoticed, all of which came in the second half. So, for the final time this season, take a look at all the top moments from Sunday’s action and vote for your favorite play down below. Za’Darius Smith field goal block: After a big kick return to begin the second half, the Chargers quickly found themselves in scoring territory. The Ravens defense did a good job holding them out of the endzone, forcing Michael Badgley to attempt his fifth field goal of the game. However, unlike the first four, this time the kick was blocked. Za’Darius Smith did a nice job extending over the line of scrimmage and getting his left hand on the ball to prevent the Chargers from extending their lead to 15 points. Patrick Onwuasor forced fumble: Once a special teams player only, “Peanut” has emerged as a rising defensive star to end the season. His stellar play continued on Sunday as he was all over the field, perhaps making more of an impact than any Baltimore player on either side of the ball. Onwuasor came up with yet another forced fumble early in the third quarter, punching the ball loose from the arms of Virgil Green. C.J. Mosley scooped the loose ball and returned it further into Los Angeles territory, which set up a Justin Tucker field goal to get the Ravens on the board. Javorius Allen punt block: For the second time in the third quarter, the Ravens came up with a huge special teams play, this time courtesy of “Buck” Allen. With the Chargers punting the ball away on 4th & 6, Allen found a hole in Los Angeles’ line and burst through to make a play on the ball. Allen made enough contact on the ball to force an errant punt, and the Ravens took over at the Chargers 40-yard line. While they ultimately couldn’t capitalize and put points on the board, it was an impressive play. It was also nice to see Allen make an impact after his role diminished in midseason. Michael Crabtree 31-yard touchdown reception: Both of the Ravens touchdowns were scored in the fourth quarter, and Michael Crabtree was on the receiving end of each of them. The first, seen above, cut the Ravens deficit to 13 points and sparked the comeback effort. Crabtree got free along the sideline and managed to keep his feet in bounds as Jackson hit him in the stride. If Baltimore had more big plays like this in the first three quarters دیدن لینک ها برای شما امکان پذیر نیست. لطفا ثبت نام کنید یا وارد حساب خود شوید تا بتوانید لینک ها را ببینید.
, the end result would have been different. Nonetheless, it was an impressive throw and catch. Kenneth Dixon 39-yard reception: For all of Lamar Jackson’s struggles on Sunday, he managed to provide us with at least one spectacular display of athleticism and arm talent. With 3:20 remaining and the season on the line, Jackson scrambled around the pocket for more than 10 seconds, running for his life from Chargers defenders. Eventually, Jackson heaved up a prayer toward midfield and Kenneth Dixon came down with an impressive grab. Was it lucky? Maybe so. However, the ball was thrown just over the outstretched arm of Derwin James and kept the Ravens drive alive. Dixon’s 39-yard reception eventually led to a touchdown, which can be seen below. Michael Crabtree 7-yard touchdown reception: Crabtree came up with another touchdown reception, this time in the redzone on 4th & 6. After scrambling to his right, Jackson delivered a strike to Crabtree, who created separation and made a diving catch at the goal line. Crabtree was originally ruled down at the 1-yard line, which would have set up the Ravens with a new set of downs. However, upon further review, it was evident that he caught the ball in the endzone before falling forward. This impressive catch made it a one possession game and gave the Ravens one last glimmer of hope.
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