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The more experience you get, I think the more calm you'll remain in those situations

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Just to be clear http://www.titansfootballauthentics.com/dion-lewis-jersey-authentic , Matt LaFleur has called plays in NFL games as an offensive coordinator.Sean McVay let him call plays for six quarters last year with the Los Angeles Rams — all in the preseason."I called the fourth preseason game actually in Green Bay and I called the second half of the Oakland game last year ...," LaFleur said Monday. "Every opportunity you get to go out and do that, situations arise. You've got to think quickly on your feet. "LaFleur, 38, has had to be a quick study, taking advantage of each opportunity to learn to call plays since Mike Vrabel hired him as offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans. LaFleur has immersed himself into it through the offseason program, through live periods and during the first 10 days of training camp.His first big test comes Thursday night when the Titans visit the Green Bay Packers for the preseason opener for both teams. Vrabel knows what he wants to see from LaFleur."Efficiency, making sure that we got clean operation getting the guys in and out of the huddle," Vrabel said. "Whatever personnel group we're going with, let's go with it. Let's make a call and make sure we give these guys a chance to line up and make a play."LaFleur has worked with some dynamic play-callers in the NFL, including Gary Kubiak in Houston, Mike Shanahan in Washington, Kyle Shanahan while coaching quarterbacks with the Atlanta Falcons and McVay in 2017 as coordinator when the Los Angeles Rams led the NFL in points scored.Now it's LaFleur Youth Austin Johnson Jersey , who also interviewed for the head coaching job that went to Vrabel , in position to call the offensive plays that he's been installing with quarterback Marcus Mariota."We as coaches, we try to prepare for every situation so you're ready for that moment," LaFleur said. "But inevitably every week when you watch games something occurs like, 'Wow. I may not have thought about that before.' It's just trying to do the best you can to prepare for every moment. But inevitably you're going to have to think on your feet at some point and time in the game."Calling plays, which McVay handles with the Rams, was the big draw for LaFleur to Tennessee. He also has Mariota, the No. 2 overall pick in 2015, and running back Derrick Henry as a pair of Heisman Trophy winners to work with along with an offensive line returning each starter.Even with all that talent, the Titans have plenty of room for improvement on offense. Tennessee ranked 23rd in total yards per game, 23rd in yards passing and 19th in points per game. The Rams, with a second-year quarterback in Jared Goff and NFL Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley , ranked no lower than 10 in any of those categories with the biggest leap in scoring. The Rams went from last in the NFL in points per game in 2016 to a league-best 29.8 points in 2017.The key will be how quickly the Titans, particularly Mariota Authentic Logan Ryan Jersey , learn the new scheme designed to take advantage of the quarterback's mobility. LaFleur believes the Titans have made a lot of progress since the offseason when the defense got the best of the offense to now with practice more of a tug of war between both units."We've got a great group of guys, and it is fun to watch these guys grow," LaFleur said. "And I think we are improving on a daily basis."NOTES: WR Corey Davis did not practice after leaving Saturday's practice early, but Vrabel said Davis will be fine. LB Brian Orakpo (shoulder), LB Rashaan Evans, CB Demontre Hurst, OL Kevin Pamphile, DL Bennie Logan and LB Sharif Finch also did not practice.Follow Teresa M. Walker at teresamwalker2018 NFL Draft: Luke Falk Scouting Report What are the Titans getting in their rookie signal caller from Washington State? How much will he play during the preseason? How quickly can he pick up the playbook?Player name: Luke FalkH/W: 6’4 215 Position: QuarterbackSchool / Class: Washington State / RS SeniorMeasurables: 26.5” vertical jump, 8’7” broad jumpThe Tape2016 vs Cal2016 vs Arizona State2017 vs Oregon2017 vs Stanford2017 vs USC2017 vs UtahStrengths- Production - In a word, elite. He has numerous school and conference records in virtually every passing category. Posted a career line of 14,481 yards, 119 touchdowns and 39 interceptions.
The yardage stats are insane even by Air Raid standards. Is a career 68% passer. - Arm Talent - He has just enough to make all the big league throws. Has very good touch on his passes. Knows how and when to throw the fastball. Natural thrower meaning it isn’t clunky and ugly coming off his hands. He may not get the ball there on some of the deeper passes but the ball placement is generally on point. The great ball placement allows for the receiver to make a play instead of having to chase back for the pass. Lightning quick release. - Short Game - Like in golf, a short game is critical to success. Due to his plus accuracy and ball placement, the short and intermediate routes are routine for him. After further research Womens DaQuan Jones Jersey , he displays an uncanny knack of throwing guys open. The Wazzu offense wasn’t just bombs away 4 verts all the time. He certainly has an ability to create plays out of nothing. Can look off defenders with some regularity even if the scheme didn’t require it. Knows when to go for the home run and when to check down. - Character / Work Ethic - Very good on both fronts. Worked himself into being a starter after coming on as a two star walk on recruit that redshirted. Lives and breathes football. Has played in 42 games of a possible 50 (played in 5 games as a redshirt frosh backup and missed the bowl game as a senior due to injury). Football junkie. Fan of Tom Brady’s infamous TB12 workout methods. Reportedly had full command of the offense during his senior year. He wore #3 in honor of backup QB and presumptive 2018 starter Tyler Hilinski who committed suicide in early 2018. Skipped out on the Senior Bowl game to attend the funeral. Weaknesses- Consistency - He will look like a world beater one moment and not even worth a Division 1 scholarship the next. There’s no in between. Inconsistent as a starter in 2017 and was benched as a result. He will need some serious coaching to develop any sort of rhythm. - Pocket Awareness - Not good. Has 0 feel for incoming pass rushers and absorbed a ton of punishment as a result. He needs a sturdy offensive line to help keep him propped up. There’s no way he can last long if he takes the punishment he did in college at the NFL level. Lack of athleticism is very evident. Cannot escape onrushing pass rushers at all. - Mechanics / Fundamentals - His footwork is beyond abysmal. Doesn’t know how or when to slide up or down in the pocket. Reverts to throwing off his back foot when rushed. Sloppy arm work as well. Below average arm talent. Doesn’t have the arm strength to ram the ball in a tight window, which allows for beat defenders to catch up to his passes. Floats the ball on deep routes frequently. Poor reader of the defense. Has a tendency to hold onto the ball too long.- Scheme - While the Mike Leach Air Raid is fun and aesthetically pleasing for putting up video game numbers, it’s not ideal for the pro game. There’s historical precedent for this as none of his pupils have amounted to anything at the NFL level. Yes, I realize that the spread ‘em out shotgun is en vogue right now but Falk has virtually 0 experience dropping back from under center. The scheme, while not as bad as Auburn’s or Briles era Baylor, is still terrible. Falk has no experience in any other offense. He has very little experience in having to make reads and throwing it to the correct receiver. NotesThe records that he holds are impressive especially in a conference known for its offensive fireworks. Falk was a two star recruit that walked onto Wazzu and made himself into the starter by sheer force of will. That’s more impressive than the records. Funny note: picked with the Tom Brady Memorial Pick aka 199. Is a huge fan of Brady. I just hope he doesn’t bring around a shady “doctor” like TB does eventually. Stood out at the Senior Bowl. He played with a injured wrist during the 2017 season which forced him to miss the bowl game. Contract4 years, $2,460,000. LinksChristian D’Angelo of SB Nation has an interesting article on Falk’s pro prospectsJustin Melo of Titans Wire has an interview with Wazzu HC Mike Leach that touches on Falk.Courtesy of Yahoo Sports, Falk reflects on the national suicide issue and Tyler HilinskiFinal SummaryYes, I like the pick but in the sense that it’s a multi year development project. Falk has a lot of issues that he needs to correct so he went to the right team to fix them. He can use the redshirt year to sit and learn the pro game while healing from the abuse that he took in Pullman. Needs some S&C work as well. He was the subject of 125 sacks and countless hits due to a horrible offensive line. OC Matt LaFleur is the perfect coach to guide him in his development. All these factors and Falk’s tireless work ethic should help him develop into competing for a backup role against Blaine Gabbert. I really liked him as a prospect and he was projected to go a round or two higher than he was selected. I can see that he has a lot of good tools such as short to medium accuracy and ball placement to build around. The issues he has are coachable. Previous ReportsAlabama LB Rashaan EvansBoston College EDGE Harold LandryArizona S Dane Cruikshank

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