WR Marquise Goodwin - San Francisco 49ers
|5-9, 183||Born: 11-19-1990||College: Texas||Drafted: Round 3, pick 2013|
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Weekly Performance vs WR 1, WR 12, WR 24, WR 36
Marquise Goodwin's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2018 Week 16 vs CHI (8 / 3 / 29 / 0 rec)
After getting his old job back when Dante Pettis left the game due to injury, Goodwin proceeded to finish second in targets, behind only George Kittle. So how did he finish with only 3 catches for 29 yards? Well, two targets weren't really targets as Nick Mullens was hit as he threw the ball. Another was broken up by a linebacker in coverage. And another was an ill-advised, game-ending throw by Mullens. Which leaves Goodwin at fault for only one of his five incomplete targets. On that one, he didn't so much as drop a quick slant as he volleyball set it to linebacker Danny Trevathan for an interception.
2018 Week 14 vs DEN (2 / 2 / 20 / 0 rec)
Goodwin came off the bench and played sparingly in his first game since Week 10. And most of said playing time was actually in Pierre Garcon's old spot, not his own. He didn't play on San Francisco's first drive and didn't see his first target until their third drive. It was a 13-yard square in against off man coverage from cornerback Isaac Yiadom. After that, Goodwin proceeded to fumble on both of his other targets, but lost neither. The first, which Denver recovered, got nullified by a Broncos penalty. The second went out of bounds.
2018 Week 10 vs NYG (5 / 4 / 69 / 0 rec)
Goodwin had quite the roller coaster of a performance. He didn't get targeted until the last minute of the first half. After that, all of his targets gained at least 13 yards ... except the one that was intercepted due to him volleyball-setting an errant pass directly to a nearby defender. Also, in apparent homage to now-healthy Matt Breida, Goodwin had to leave the game twice due to injury -- only to return seeming no worse for the wear. One final note: Goodwin's catches were not the result of beating Janoris Jenkins one on one. In fact, Jenkins didn't shadow him, and all of the routes broke towards the middle of the field against zone coverage.
2018 Week 9 vs OAK (4 / 1 / 11 / 0 rec, 1 / 2 / 0 rush)
All three of Goodwin's incomplete targets were the result of inaccurate throws by Nick Mullens despite him beating man-to-man coverage. On the first, Goodwin was open on a crossing route, but Mullens overthrew after rolling out to his left . On the second, Goodwin was open on a goal line slant route, but Mullens' throw was late and nearly intercepted. On the third, Goodwin was open on a deep comeback route along the sideline, but Mullens threw low and outside after rolling out right.
2018 Week 8 vs ARI (4 / 1 / 55 / 1 rec)
Goodwin's ineffectiveness was due to one part of being shadowed by Patrick Peterson and three parts having C.J. Beathard being inaccurate on his targets. On an early 3rd-and-12, Beathard overthrew him when he was wide open on a comeback route wherein an accurate pass would have netted a first down. Another of Goodwin's "targets" may very well have been misassigned, as both he and George Kittle ran inside-breaking routes at different depths, but Beathard's pass crossed paths ahead of Kittle, but behind Goodwin. A final errant throw in this trilogy was when Goodwin beat Peterson on a deep post. What should have been a touchdown turned into a deflection because Beathard didn't lead Goodwin enough towards the open side of the field. All was not lost, though, as Goodwin beat Peterson so badly on a slant route -- and is so fast -- that he caught said slant and ran 52 yards for a touchdown.
2018 Week 7 vs LAR (5 / 2 / 24 / 0 rec)
Goodwin's quiet day was primarily due to facing shadow coverage from cornerback Troy Hill. Seventeen of his 24 receiving yards came on the only play all game in which one could watch the film and reasonably conclude he actually beat Hill one on one. In fairness to Goodwin, as the receiver that runs deeper routes, the constant pressure on C.J. Beathard likely ruined the timing of plays that were designed to target him.
2018 Week 6 vs GB (5 / 4 / 126 / 2 rec, 1 / 5 / 0 rush)
Goodwin's two touchdowns were no fluke. On the longer one (67 yards), Green Bay showed press man coverage before the snap, but blitzed the cornerback lined up against Goodwin. With no one jamming him off his route, Goodwin ran free through the zone the Packers employed behind said blitz. On Goodwin's second touchdown, he simply laid waste to cornerback Tramon Williams on a post-corner route.
2018 Week 4 vs LAC (4 / 2 / 24 / 0 rec, 1 / 4 / 0 rush)
Contrary to his typical near-100 percent snap rate, Goodwin was in and out of the game after getting cold-cocked by cornerback Desmond King III on a shallow crossing route late in the first half. Goodwin only had two significant targets, both of which came in the first half, and both were against the press man coverage of cornerback Trevor Williams. The first was a 20-yard comeback route where he made Williams look kind of silly. The second was a go route where he forced Williams to commit a holding penalty instead of getting beat deep.
2018 Week 3 vs KC (4 / 3 / 30 / 1 rec, 1 / -2 / 0 rush)
Goodwin may have returned from injury, but he didn't completely return to the role he had prior to getting hurt. Whereas he played nearly 100 percent of offensive snaps before, he only played 62 percent against Kansas City. There didn't seem to be anything wrong with him physically, however, as he ran his fair share of intermediate-to-deep routes, fake jet sweeps, and actual jet sweeps. Goodwin's touchdown came on a blown coverage that was more an egregious error by Kansas City's defense than the typical wizardry of Kyle Shanahan's play design.
2018 Week 1 vs MIN (1 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Goodwin left the game via injury early during the second quarter. He hadn't done anything prior to that except act as a decoy prior to that. And yet, there are positives to take away from his time on the field: 1) He continues to be the receiver slated for duty in one-receiver formations; and 2) He was getting shadowed by All-Pro cornerback Xavier Rhodes before getting hurt.
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