TE Jake Fisher - Buffalo Bills
|6-6, 291||Born: 4-23-1993||College: Oregon||Drafted: Round 2, pick |
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Week 2: at New York Giants
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FBG says: Great matchup. Josh Allen struggled for a majority of the first half as he threw two interceptions early, but in the second half, he was in more control of this offense and led the team to a comeback for the win. Allen looked uncomfortable in the first half, often tucking the ball and running instead of staying the pocket and finding an open receiver as he ran the ball eight times in the first half compared to just twice in the second half. The Bills utilized newcomers at the wide receiver position in John Brown who gave the Jets all they could handle as he caught 7 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown and no one on the Jets could keep up with his electric speed. Cole Beasley out of the slot also an offseason acquisition provided a nice check-down option for Allen and this passing attack, while rookie running back Devin Singletary was also able to get involved with five receptions in this game. Expect this to be an offense that is going to have to continue to make adjustments and evolve as defensive coordinators will continue to test Josh Allen's arm throughout the year by doing different things such as taking John Brown away and having to make him go through a different option.
The Giants secondary showed no signs of improvements in the offseason this past week. After giving up the second-most passing yards last season, they got torched by Dak Prescott in this game as they allowed 405 yards and 4 touchdowns to the Cowboys. The Giants secondary are lucky that the Cowboys took their foot off the gas, as it could have been more as the Cowboys threw the ball just six times in the second half of this game and just twice in the fourth quarter as they ground out a win. The Giants are learning the hard way the problem with Jabrill Peppers being on the field as the Browns have shown the past several seasons as while he is a great run defender is he a liability as a coverage safety and a significant downgrade from Landon Collins last season. The Giants rotated corners through trying to find someone to pair with Janoris Jenkins and were mostly unsuccessful as Grant Haley, Antonio Hamilton, and Deandre Baker all saw time, but all had very similar results in coverage in this one. With Janoris Jenkins no longer being the elite cornerback that we saw early in his career, this is likely to once again be one of the worst secondaries in football this season and should open up a great opportunity for Josh Allen to once again have success through the air.
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