Abraham Lucas Ruined DK Metcalf’s Big Day, and That’s OK Why

trying to figure out that game Seattle Seahawks lost to San Francisco 49ers Not an exercise in futility so much as a masterclass in it.

It’s not a year to wonder why a team would field four running backs and throw an interception at the same time. We have life to live.

although it is a unprecedented Year round to rate cheats, youngsters, 1-on-1 battles, and other interesting things.

There are countless dozen examples in each of these games, as the team has two rookie tackles, two rookie corners, a first-year starting linebacker, and a slew of other new starters like edge, safety, and quarterback.

But the best individual moment from Week 2 was a play that wouldn’t count, as it involved all three players. The crooks go first.

Abraham Lucas

he was really a standout against Denver BroncosMassively outclassing Charles Cross and looking like an instant starter (that is).

However, the rookie made his way right into the Sports Center on Sunday, forgetting the rules for the whole trick play thing.

This is the best 52-yard reception DK Metcalf will ever be able to claim. It came back because Lucas was more than an NFL-allowed one yard downfield at the time of the pass.

My first thought was that Seattle probably got the job on a close call, but no, Lucas was like seven yards downfield, running through his guy like Michael Oher at the blindside.

Just a few moments here to remember that Rashad Penny ran for 23 yards against Denver, which was called back due to a catch from Abraham Lucas. It doesn’t really matter, but rookie with talent is one of the more inconsistent and infuriating experiences for fans learning the speed of both NFL opponents and NFL officials.

Lucas and Charles Krauss will get 100% of the photos this year except for the injury, and that’s a best case scenario moving forward. He is a very talented player. They will see even more talented pass rushers, and their guards are not overly helpful at the moment. It’s a trial by fire, someone will burn (and burn again), and they’ll be a better team for it.

decklin metcalf

Metcalf signed an extension with Seattle this off-season that made him the sixth highest-paid receiver in the NFL. It’s good for the team to do this.

Quandre Diggs said after the game that this is not the team He Good. Giants know what’s up. Metcalf is on the shortest end of that, but he also knows what’s going on. He wanted to stay here. not jeno smith He Good. He still wanted to be here. The team will not be able to win most of its matches this year. He still wants to go to the ball, work hard and make big plays.

Paying a player a significant amount of your salary cap in the NFL is a risky act. Players get injured, some never play again. Metcalf has indicated that he is fiercely competitive and at times selfish, yes, but never that he will be dropped from the team.

The following is also an occasional concern, as it actually was at the beginning of last season. Mookie phrased it well:

However, even on some of the passes that guarantee zero yards after the catch, I have been greatly encouraged by the tough hands made by Metcalf. Some of them, already. Metcalf’s first two seasons were almost defined by big plays and big drops. I can’t say it’s gone after two weeks, but they seem to have done a lot of work this season.

This is another reason to be encouraged on this play. That catch was Metcalf’s best catch, and we really haven’t seen it all that much in three years. Metcalf is cool to be sure, but I’ve chuckled at the hype several times because he hasn’t really made an obj catch, or has had that much size/hard grip success.

But there’s an adjustment for a wrong ball, an outrageous bullying from 5’11” Emmanuel Moseley, and a one-handed tip-to-self catch.

Metcalf is already one of the best in the game and can refine any small field, whether it’s this type of catch or simply concentrating amid a mountain of losses this season, cementing his position at the top. Is.

Geno Smith

sight. That Whole Reality About Being Smith 1st QB Throwing 80% and not scoring in 100 years will probably cause people to not watch some games this year. But as I’ve said before, the most interesting thing about Geno is the display of his willingness to “go get it dk” the ball. I don’t think he’s good or creative enough to do this on his own, so coaches have to do it, but he certainly looks like he’s down to pull the trigger when they do.

Unlike the other two players, it has absolutely no bearing on current development or future success, but the 50-yard Metcalf catch buys at least 20 minutes of viewership on most Sundays. I’m disappointed as anyone that the first half of Week 1 appears to be a Geno mirage and the other six quarters are the real Geno Smith, but still encouraged by the fact that he’ll break as often as Seattle makes. ,

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