Rams-Books is the biggest game of the week in the NFL. On the one hand, we have Super Bowl champions Buccaneers, and on the other, the most talented team in the NFC is reasonable. These teams won the 11th week of last season with a 27-24 win over Routham. Tom Brady struggled in that game, completing just 54.2 percent of his passes for 216 yards, two touchdowns and two picks. Meanwhile, Jared Goff threw for 6 yards, three touchdowns and two picks while completing .5.5 percent of his passes. Clearly, a lot can happen on any Sunday and there shouldn’t be too many indicators to predict how this season’s game will unfold this weekend. The absence of Antonio Brown for this game though should be looked at more carefully.
Antonio Brown joined the Bucks in the 9th week of the 2020 NFL season. The game against the Rams is his third game with the Tampers. In that game, Brown knocked the Buccaneers out of the slots as Brady’s main weapon in goals, receptions and yards, and it’s very likely that the weapon won’t be available on Sunday. COVID Concerns.
Slot receivers were an endless pain next to the Los Angeles Rams. Despite the Rams being one of the best teams in maintenance High level of performance Outside of the slot receiver position, they don’t seem to be protecting it very well. Much of this is probably related to the presence of Jelen Ramsey from the outside. Most teams line up their best receivers on the outside, not tightly in the slot position. Jalen Ramsey continues to overshadow the opposing team’s best receivers. In the game against Tampa Bay last year, Ramsay lined up across Mike Evans in almost every play. The presence of RAMs opposes quarterbacks to look at their other receivers and this could be a big reason why slot receivers work so well against RAMs, merely from the lack of passes thrown at their top receivers. However, the game is bound to be something bigger, right?
Whether it’s lined up in a tight end or receiver slot, Rams seems to be fighting the receiver in the middle. Since the beginning of 2020, Rams opponents have seen their tight end or primary slot receivers lead their team to receiving receptions and / or yards in percent of their games. It may not be like a large number, but keep in mind that the RAMs are in the same category as the Cardinals and the Seahawks – two teams that almost never use their tight ends and whose biggest threats are outside. Usually, the boys like it against the Rams Cole Beasley, Jamison Crowder, And like the tight end George Kettle Who do fatal damage.
In this Buccaneers offense, Brown is one of the NFL’s most dangerous slot takers. His potential absence on Sunday will make it more difficult for Tampa Bay to take advantage of RAM errors. If only there was someone worthy of stepping in for Brown! A slot receiver is capable of being a deadly threat, which should not be used almost as much because of the depth of this Tampa Bay wide receiver corp.
It’s Miller’s time!
Scott Miller is fast, not flaming, fast. He ran a formal 4.36 40-yard dash while at the bowling green. Still, Miller was confident enough Challenge Tyrick Hill One run last season. He is also a good receiver when given the opportunity. In 2020, Miller’s catch rate was .52.5 percent and a Average depth of target About 16 yards downfield. That means Miller is a deep threat. In 2020, Miller won more than 500 yards through the air at the reception alone, and he completed it from the slot.
Although it is easy to assume that Brown’s absence means more attention to Rob Gronkowski, Gronk’s choices. Slots are not lined up very often This is Tampa Bay crime. He is being used more as a checkdown option and anyone can go the short route after the chip block at the edge racer. That leaves the door open for Miller to make a huge jump this week.
Miller did the “breakout” type games in 2020 which I hope. In the 4th week, against the Chargers, Miller went for five receptions, 83 yards and a touchdown, and against the Riders in the 7th week, Miller crossed the century, six catches and 109 yards on a score. So, it’s not unreasonable to think of a big game against LA and I certainly do Not the first person To highlight the importance of Miller in the absence of AB, but to notice how important a strong inside option is against LA. Scott Miller is certainly not a household name, but he has proven that he can come running when his team needs him.
Radams is one of the most complete rosters in the NFL, but so is Tampa Bay. Although the box’s defense was not as strong as last year. Of course, they were awesome against the run, but they allowed huge games to start the season from both Duck Prescott and Matt Ryan. Matt Stafford has the best supporting cast to fight well against the Tampers, so the Boxes have to take out all the stops to stay unbeaten. Miller could be the final ace up to their sleeves.