LANDOVER-Leading by 9 points at the end of the half, all the offense that the Washington football team needed to do in the second half did not fail.So, naturally, this is Taylor Hynek And the company lost 20-16 on Sunday Philadelphia Eagles.
After being efficient and efficient in the first half, WashingtonHis offense was sluggish in the first three games of the second half-every game showed his limitations and frequently cited criticism Hynek — And allow Jalen Hurts and Eagles Attack to control the ball time and complete the comeback. Did not score a point in the second half, Washington There were only 81 yards in total in 27 games.
“We just can’t make progress in the third quarter,” Hynek Say.
After Hurts meticulously planned 14 games, after an 80-yard kick-off, the second half began, Washington Respond with a negative 5-yard three-pointer.An unsuccessful first run and second short pass set the third and sixth times, but Hynek Was fired while trying to escape the pocket.
The next drive hardly improved.After the two first falls, the offense basically repeated the previous offense. The first fall and ran for 1 yard, then Hynek The sacks-a loss of 13 yards-dropped for the third time.
“When they get the ball first and then go off for seven and a half minutes, [the] Defensively tired,” Hynek Say. “Then when you almost get out of the three-pointer and the defense is back on the court, it will be tough. It will be tough for them.”
The third bag is an example of a common criticism HynekHis spontaneity as a quarterback is sometimes overshadowed by his tendency to hold the ball for too long. According to NFL’s next-generation statistics, Hynek Entered Sunday’s game with 2.96 seconds, the fifth longest shooting time in the league-this is a statistic that measures the average time from shot to shot.Two quarterbacks than Hynek It’s Hurts and Lamar Jackson of Baltimore-two athletes much better than the former XFL signal caller.
After the Philadelphia team improved to the NFC’s best wild card position with a 9-7 score and won the victory, they took the lead with a 17-16 field goal early in the fourth quarter. WashingtonHis offense fluctuated and missed for the third consecutive time in the second half.
In the fourth and fourth of the midfield, Hynek The goal is for rookie perimeter Dax Milne-he has nine career receptions-on the out route beyond the first scoring.This may not matter because Eagles Cornerback Avonte Maddox is in a good position to keep the tackle away from the club.but HynekThe pass is very low and not far enough outside. If the pass is not broken, even Milne is given a chance.
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Pass-similar to HynekThe puzzling interception in the first quarter recalled for a penalty kick-showed the mediocre arm strength of the 28-year-old quarterback.
“[Milne] You can choose to break in or break in. [Maddox] It kind of took the inside line, so he had to go outside and the defense made him play well,” said Hynek, He finished the day with 27 passes on 36 shots for 247 yards, without touchdowns and interceptions. “I could throw him a better ball, put it in my eyes, and give him a chance. But I think the defense did a good job in that game.”
Declining turnover resulted in Eagles Shot with 2 minutes and 21 seconds left, putt Washington A touchdown is required to win the game.Rear HynekThe first two passes of Eagles Defensive striker, the offense combined the best offense since the first half.Strike comes from Hynek Tight ends John Bates and Cam Sims and pass underneath to running backs Jarrett Patterson and Wendell Smallwood Washington It’s still half a minute to the 20-yard line in Philadelphia.
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“Well, I think this guy weakened him prematurely. It’s not a fair trip call, but this is my opinion because I want the flag, obviously,” coach Ron Rivera said.
“Looking at it, I think this may be one of the best crossover nines I have ever voted.” Hynek Say. “I think if he doesn’t trip, he will grab that thing.”