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ΘΕΜΑ: The Buffalo Bills continue to show they can

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scout talent among defensive backs Youth Kelvin Benjamin Jersey , selecting Taron Johnson in the 2018 NFL Draft. A fourth round pick, Johnson showed enough in the preseason to warrant a spot on the 53-man roster. Through five games, Johnson is making some noise as the starting slot corner. Let’s see how he did against the Tennessee Titans. Play 1The clip arguably oversimplifies things about the significance of Taron Johnson shadowing the slot receiver. Often the motion receiver is used to determine if the defense will be using man or zone concepts. With Johnson mirroring this receiver a casual glance would indeed suggest he’s in man coverage. Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier rely heavily on zone work and naturally that’s what this ends up being. For Johnson’s part, despite switching which side of the field he’s on, he understands where his zone ends and passes off his initial receiver well and engages his second target successfully. A lot of moving parts go into a play such as this and the rookie proves he’s ready for it. Play 2Taron Johnson keeps his eyes on Marcus Mariota to read the play. Johnson doesn’t even let the ball leave Mariota’s hand before he’s correctly read the play and begins moving. From a scheme vs. scheme standpoint it would have been difficult to stop the play cold, but Taron Johnson does a great job limiting the yards after catch. Play 3Taron Johnson ends up covering Corey DavisNick Williams for the entirety of this play. DavisWilliams tries to find an opening, but Johnson is like glue. A good jam disrupts the initial timing and Williams can’t find a way to escape. Play 4Taron Johnson made his first career interception on this play. Johnson is in good position to watch Mariota and once again diagnoses the play right away. It’s subtle, but in the first angle, Johnson is leaning forward indicating he’s driving toward the ball rather than continue moving laterally with the coverage. The ball seems way ahead of the receiver and the interception is a result of poor ball placement from Mariota. However, it’s Johnson’s initial drive forward that cuts off the receiver’s route, making Johnson the only player able to make the catch. Play 5If you were to distill the phrase “trust the process” and turn it into a play, this might be it. Before the play even begins the Titans have three receivers to be covered by Taron Johnson and Tre’Davious White. Johnson happens to get the double team but shows good discipline and trust in his team during his backpedal. As a result Youth Ryan Groy Jersey , both Titans are passed off to the the back end. Play 6There’ll be some growing pains for Johnson, and this week’s could have cost Buffalo the victory. All is well initially on this play as Johnson and Tremaine Edmunds are both in position to prevent Nick Williams from making a catch. Both bite on a secondary target for just a step and Williams runs right by Johnson. One wrong step may have been the ballgame. Instead, Nick Williams dropped the touchdown and the Bills improve to 2-3.AFC East roundup: Biggest story line Week two is in the books, and we’re starting to see what the future may hold for each of the teams in the AFC East. Some are trending in the right direction, others remain in neutral, while one has the look of a team with a top-five pick in the draft. This week on the AFC East roundup, we look at the biggest story line for each team after Week 2. Buffalo Bills (0-2): How will Josh Allen develop? The Bills find themselves as the only team in the division without a win after losses to the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Chargers. Nathan Peterman started Week 1, but he was pulled just after halftime for Allen. The question now: Will having Allen play instead of learn from the sidelines positively or negatively affect his development the rest of the season? The odds may not be in his favor—the offense lacks weapons and the offense line remains a work in progress. He has an excellent running back in LeSean McCoy behind him, but McCoy has been ineffective thus far with teams game-planning to stop him. Time will tell if Allen develops more as the season progresses—he showed flashes against the Chargers—but he has a lot of room to grow. Miami Dolphins (2-0): Are they a contender?The Dolphins are one of the more surprising 2-0 teams—beating the Tennessee Titans and New York Jets—after a disappointing season last year. So far, it seems the team is buying into Adam Gase’s culture change, which began at the end of last season. Ryan Tannehill is playing well, throwing a pair of touchdowns in both wins. On the other side of the ball Youth Tre'Davious White Jersey , the defense is playing hard, generating turnovers, and keeping the score low so that the offense can produce enough points to come away with the victory. Miami has a strong chance to make it three straight wins as they host the winless Oakland Raiders on Sunday. New York Jets (1-1): Sam Darnold’s growing pains are worth it.The Jets find themselves at .500 after the first two weeks of the season, but the story here is about Sam Darnold. The rookie was excellent against Detroit after opening the game with a pick-six, but against the Dolphins it was more of a mixed bag. Darnold did pass for over 300 yards, but he threw two interceptions that played a big part in the offense only generating 12 points. These growing pains are to be expected for a rookie but if he can work them out, the Jets could finally have their franchise quarterback in place.New England Patriots (1-1): Are they no longer on top of the AFC?Yes, it has only been two weeks but one can make the argument that the Jacksonville Jaguars—not the Patriots—are the team to beat in the AFC. New England traveled down to Jacksonville for the Week 2 game and never really appeared competitive as they trailed 21-3 at the half en route to a 31-20 loss. This is where home-field advantage can play a huge part come the postseason—the Patriots defeated the Jaguars at home last season. It’s early, but right now it seems as though the Patriots may not stand alone on the throne of AFC dominance.
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