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BDL 2018 Week 14: Singapore Sentinels @ Seoul Dragons


Singapore Sentinels @ Seoul Dragons  

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BDL 2018 Week 14

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Singapore Sentinels

QB: Derek Carr 
RB1: Doug Martin
WR1: Keenan Allen
WR2: Doug Baldwin
WR3: Corey Davis
TE1: Eric Ebron 
LT: Joe Staley 
LG: Mark Glowinski
C: Weston Richburg
RG: Josh Kline
RT: Marcus Cannon
FB: Kyle Juszczyk
RB2: Justin Jackson
RB3: Elijah McGuire
TE2: Tyler Higbee
WR4: David Moore
WR5: DeVante Parker
WR6; DaeSean Hamilton
OL6: Donovan Smith

DE: Danielle Hunter 
DT: Aaron Donald
NT: Damon Harrison
DE: Everson Griffen 
WLB: Deion Jones
MLB:Jaylon Smith 
SLB: Jon Bostic
CB: Trae Waynes
CB: Desmond King II
FS: Jesse Bates III
SS: John Johnson III 
CB3: Morris Claiborne
CB4: Holton Hill 
CB5: Duke Dawson
S3: Quandre Diggs
S4: Tracy Walker III
LB4: Eric Kendricks
DL5: Linval Joseph 
DL6: Stephen Weatherly 




Seoul Dragons

QB Matt Ryan

RB Jordan Howard

WR TY Hilton (Q)

WR Tyrell Williams

TE Travis Kelce

TE Gerald Everett

LT Ronnie Stanley

LG Mike Person

C Alex Mack

RG Kevin Zeitler

RT Rodger Saffold


Bench RB Kenyan Drake

Bench RB Spencer Ware

Bench WR Danny Amendola (Q)

Bench WR Antonio Callaway

Bench TE Antonio Gates

Bench TE Jeff Heuerman

Bench OL Ryan Schraeder

Bench OL David Andrews


RE Bradley Chubb

RDT Gerald McCoy

LDT Geno Atkins

LE Melvin Ingram

SLB Shaq Thompson

MLB Donta’ Hightower

WLB Nigel Bradham

CB Darius Slay (Q)

CB Kendall Fuller

FS Marcus Williams

SS Justin Reid


Bench Edge Chris Long

Bench Edge Romeo Okwara

Bench Int Steven McLendon

Bench Int Xavier Williams

Bench LB Shaq Thompson

Bench CB Pierre Desir

Bench CB Sidney Jones

Bench S Jeff Heath


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Motivation - Opportunity does not knock. It presents itself when you beat down the door. Shove our division rival to the ground and kick them while they are down.

Offensive Strategy

Formations: 11/ 21 / 12 | Scheme:  Run (45%) vs Pass (55%)
Passing Attack
Carr will dial it back only a little after thrashing Sydney last week. Our OL (9.5 sacks allowed) will keep him upright much better than IRL (38 sacks) giving him time to pick apart the Dragon secondary. Staying Up Tempo, No Huddle to tire out that Dragon DL.
Keenan Allen is a beast when he gets volume and will likely draw coverage from Slay this week with a friend. With nothing to lose Carr will keep Allen involved early and often using his accuracy (76.3% last week) to overcome the coverage. Davis complements Allen well and provides another option to push the ball down the field against Desir. Baldwin continues to tough it out every game and will man the slot again this week.
Eric Ebron and Tyler Higbee get looks in the Red Zone, while providing additional protection against blitzes from the Seoul back seven.
Backups Parker, Hamilton and Switzer will also get work this week versus the Dragon Secondary. 
Running Game
Another week, another RB. The Muscle Hamster will tote the rock this week in likely his final appearance in the BDL before he goes off into the aether. Justin Jackson showed promise and will get an even share this week as we go with the Hot Hand out of the backfield.
We’ll run the ball outside against the Dragon LB’s. Throw in a few carries by our WR as usual and keep they chains moving.
TL;DR: Up Tempo. Passing Clinic. Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.
Defensive Strategy

Formations:   4-3 / 4-2-5 (Nickel) / 3-2 Big Dime | Scheme:  Cover 1 / Man with Blitz 
Pressure/Run D
Hunter, Donald, Harrison, Griffen. The Mount Rushmore of BDL DL’s. They get a solid OL to test their merit this week in Seoul. Ryan should still have limited time to hit his limited number of WR this week. We’re starting out in a base 4-3 this week to have an extra rusher available from our LB’s. The Dragons are about the only team with more of a roulette wheel backfield than us but our front seven is up to the task no matter which RB the decide to start.
Our front four will man their gaps and allow the backers to fill their lanes. With Jones back our coverage over the middle rises to above average. Jones will be the first man to bump Kelce at the line and have coverage underneath on him.
Smith calls the plays and will be the extra Rusher. Bostic will cover the second TE and be they first man off should Seoul find a 3rd WR.
Coverage Assignments
We are likely looking at covering 12 personnel by default this week with Kelce and Everett their last two TE’s and Old Man Gates as a backup.  
Desmond King II will again step out of the slot to lock down Hilton this week. Waynes will have duties over Calloway/Williams. Claiborne will come on in nickel situations to cover the slot. Bates will man his normal high spot as the deep safety with Johnson covering Everett.
We think we can limit Ryan’s options enough to force Seoul into a one dimensional offense on the ground/short passing and bash their heads against the Anvil that is our DL.
TL:DR: I can’t give you any answers. You gotta make the answers.





Seoul Dragons



Quick passing game.We are going to run a pass heavy offense (70/30) and rely on the first or second read at most for Matt Ryan. We know the quality of Singapore DL and, while our OL is very good, we know we’re going to be under pressure. Expect a lot screens, slants, out, drag or curl routes and, if there’s nothing there, just throw the ball away. We like our defense in this one so we don’t need to score on every possession, and ball protection will be key here.


Win our 1vs1 matchups. While Singapore DL is as good as it gets, their back 7 is much more mediocre. Deion Jones being back is a boost, but we still like Kelce 1vs1 against anyone. Bostic will be heavily targeted as he’s been benched IRL because of his poor pass defense, and if he’s on a RB, expect Drake to play a lot more snaps than planned. Hilton status is up in the air, but if he plays we expect him to win against Waynes or Claiborne. We also like Tyrell Williams against one of those. Therefore, we will distribute the ball evenly, take what the defense gives us and move the ball smartly. One area we will avoid is the slot as Desmond King is a relly good slot corner. That’s why we’re going to have a lot more 2TE offense, and even some time 3TE offense.


Additional protection. We have to double team Aaron Donald in the pass game, and that leaves 1vs1 matchup for Griffen and Hunter outside. We like our tackles, but we understand that holding those guys 1vs1 in a heavy passing game gameplan will be a challenge. If we see Bostic in coverage on a TE, we will leave Jordan Howard in pass pro a lot, or have him run delay routes. If Bostic is on a RB, we will involve Drake a lot more as a receiver and use a TE chip outside on either side (mostly on Hunter’s side). We can also involve Heuerman as pass blocker out of the TE position


Run sparingly. We don’t expect a ton of success on the ground against that DL. But we will still run a bit, try to get a couple of yards to give our passing offense more manageable 3rddowns. Running the ball will also keep Singapore defense from being over aggressive vs the pass. We think we can have some success running outside outside the tackles, and we will use Drake and Ware on screens as well.





Take out the quick passing game.We’ve played Carr a billion times in the last 2 years so Singapore won’t be surprised by our gameplan. Derek Carr relies on the quick passing game and the middle of the field. Our corners will play press man coverage looking to shut down Singapore mediocre wideouts. Slay gets Allen, Fuller gets Baldwin, Desir gets Davis and Jones gets Moore. Bradham gets the FB/TE2, Justin Reid gets Ebron and Thompson gets Conner. That leaves our MLB, Hightower, who will play zone middle and Marcus Williams who plays deep centerfield.


If Slay is out, cover 2 press zone. If Darius Slay is out we have 3 active corners. We will therefore switch our coverage to a zone cover 2 press against 3WR sets o more. On base sets, we will have Desir vs Allen and Fuller vs Baldwin, and alternate between zone and man, with Williams playing deep on Allen’s side in man coverage to help Desir


Shut down the run.We will always look to have an additional body in the box. Justin Reid will play inbox all game and get Ebron in coverage in man. This additional body would help us shut down a running game that has been hurt by the absence of Bell and Hunt and a lacking OL.


Rely on our DL.We will rely on our DL to win this game and we like most of our matchups there. We are going to rotate a lot in first 3 quarters to keep our starting unit fresh for a 4thquarter that could decide whether we go into the playoffs or miss them for the first time in 6 years.


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Can I vote for a tie? Singapore recognizes that Seoul's offense is only double TE and then forgets to cover Kelce. Meanwhile Seoul decides to go pass heavy with a seriously banged up WR corps.

Singapore should have won this but Seoul takes it at home with a better overall game plan.

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2 minutes ago, Hockey5djh said:

Can I vote for a tie? Singapore recognizes that Seoul's offense is only double TE and then forgets to cover Kelce. Meanwhile Seoul decides to go pass heavy with a seriously banged up WR corps.

Singapore should have won this but Seoul takes it at home with a better overall game plan.

Singapore has underneath coverage on Kelce with Deion Jones. They just forgot the coverage on top. 

And Williams and Amendola may be banged up. But Ty Hilton still went for 199 yards this week :-)

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