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Film Room: Get ready for the Lamar Jackson package Make no mistake Cheap Trey Hopkins Jersey , Joe Flacco is the Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback and will be under center for most of Thursday night’s game, but Lamar Jackson will be a factor in the game, too.The Ravens have packages for both Flacco and Jackson and both were on the field simultaneously in Baltimore’s season opener against the Bills. This is a frightening proposition. The thought of Jackson under center brings back images of Deshaun Watson scrambling for a 49 yard touchdown on third-and-15 shortly before halftime on a Thursday night game against the Bengals almost exactly a year ago. The demoralizing run came when the game was tied 3-3 and ended up being the definitive play of the game as the Bengals lost 9-13.With that in mind, it doesn’t matter that Jackson will only get a hand full of snaps. He is capable of making a big play any time he touches the ball and one big play could be the deciding factor in this matchup. Jackson wound up getting a lot of time at quarterback in Week 1 as the Ravens blew out the Bills, but he did not have any plays that stood out as ‘special’. Thursday night in front of a national audience against a divisional opponent is the perfect setting for Jackson’s welcome to the NFL. With a short week, the Ravens probably already had part of a game plan ready for the Bengals before the season started, and it definitely involves a handful of opportunities for Jackson to make a big play.Below, Jackson has replaced Flacco at quarterback and Flacco lines up at wide receiver on the right side. This loaded backfield set is ideal for a quarterback run game as it provides lead blockers and the ability to run any number of spread option concepts. The first rule of playing option quarterback is if you get tackled by your read key, you made a bad read. Jackson made a bad read here.Same formation, but this time Jackson makes the correct read by keeping the ball and he makes a solid gain on the play. This formation is likely a foundational piece of the Jackson package.The Bengals need to be on high alert if Jackson is on the field but not taking the snap. This is a broken play, but appears to be a toss/pass out of an empty backfield. The Ravens bring Jackson in motion and toss it to him in stride. The assumption is that with Jackson’s speed and the already bizarre looking play, the defense will run up to stop him and leave a receiver wide open down the field. The Bills get some big time penetration on the front side of the play and it does not get a chance to develop. Don’t be surprised if Jackson lines up at receiver on Thursday night and motions to get the ball on a toss or jet sweep.Here’s another good read by Jackson. As left defensive end Jerry Hughes gets up field, Jackson pulls the ball and follows his lead blocker up the field picking up a first down. They call the play the zone read, but Chip Kelly says it is more of an “unless.” As in, you hand the ball off unless the read is going to make the tackle. Here, the left end is not getting up field, but he is not bending down the line in pursuit of the back either. This should have been a give by Jackson who uses his athletic ability to make what could have been a loss into a short gain.This is a weird call on second-and-six in the middle of the field. Even much less athletic quarterbacks have been known to run this play on the goal line. It is a bootleg, but instead of the receivers running routes, it is a designed run. The idea is that the defense will sell out on the run fake (as they would on the goal line) and allow the quarterback to run the other direction for an easy score. Schematically it did not work at all. The running back was tackled almost immediately and Jackson has a man in his face the second he turns around. However, Jackson’s athleticism prevails and a great player makes a bad play call look good.This is an RPO and Jackson isn’t quite sure what he is seeing, so he freezes. Once again, because he is who he is Clayton Fejedelem Jersey Limited , he is able to avoid disaster and gain three yards on the play.Jackson has a nice little move to avoid the pass rusher on this play, but unfortunately he gets lost after that. He attempts to reset his feet to pass, but his eyes aren’t looking down field. He sees the other pass rushers in front of him and tries to dance his way out of danger but ends up being sacked.This is a very athletic play by Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson. Reading the boot, he sticks a foot in the ground and turns up field to cut Jackson off. He would have made the play on just about any other quarterback in NFL, but Jackson is a special athlete and is able to narrowly escape. Jackson does not find an open man, but throws the ball away to avoid a negative play.Jackson looks comfortable in the pocket here, but his read is bad as the receiver is not open. Jackson’s ball is inaccurate and could have been intercepted. This is what Jackson was looking for on the last clip. He is comfortable in the pocket and delivers a nice ball to Ravens tight end Maxx Williams between two defenders.The Ravens had Jackson in for a couple of plays before pulling Flacco and giving a glimpse of the role he may play in the offense for the time being. From the play calling when Jackson did get in, it is evident they have put together an extensive package for him and that he will be making an appearance every week. He did not have any huge plays in Week 1, but he had some very good runs for big chunks of yardage. Jackson is going to be in the game plan Thursday night and preventing him from making a big play will be key to a Bengals victory. Bengaldom is sitting on pins and needles at the moment, as the team is now past Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday without a large contingent of their coaching staff in place. The NFLPA Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, Senior Bowl and Scouting Combine are on the horizon, so the team will need to play a bit of catch-up in the prospect-vetting process. While fans seeming got what they asked for in a reported hiring of the complete opposite from the previous regime, there are a lot of concerns about what lies ahead for the Bengals. On this week’s Orange and Black Insider, we were asked by a listener about which positions the Bengals should target in the first round of the draft this year. With a new coach and a No. 11 overall pick, the team should be able to net an immediate-impact player. As rumors continue to point to Rams quarterback coach Zac Taylor being the Bengals’ next head guy, a lot of folks seem to automatically assume that a quarterback will be the pick to usher in a new era. After all, new quarterbacks usually come hand-in-hand with new coaches, a la Carson Palmer and Marvin Lewis back in 2003. Unfortunately, if that’s the route they want to go, the Bengals picked a bad year to grab a rookie signal-caller. As opposed to last year’s five first-round talents William Jackson Jersey Limited , this year may only have one or two and they come with more question marks than those in the 2018 class. Dwayne Haskins has nice size and insane college production, but it’s only from one season. Kyler Murray has the same issue, plus he’s 5’10” on his best day, while Will Grier, Drew Lock and Daniel Jones all have respective traits that draw, but also some concerns. And, with a lot of these guys, proper value with the 11th overall pick has to be calculated. So, are you getting Patrick Mahomes (No. 10 overall in 2017), or Christian Ponder (No. 12 overall in 2011)?Assuming Taylor is the guy who will be Cincinnati’s head coach, the best route might be for him to bring in some seasoned coaches to round out the staff. As a guy who’s never been a head coach at the college or NFL level, having some Yoda-like figures to lean on will help Taylor early in his coaching career (more on that in a minute). Call it a “safer route”, at least in that one facet, in an offseason of other risky decisions by the team. This could also be applied with some of his first draft picks as head coach.We recently went through the financials with Andy Dalton’s contract and the team-friendly outs in 2019 and 2020. Couple that with his 0-4 postseason record and his being a “Marvin Lewis guy” and we can see why there could be an even more emphatic pressing of the reset button this spring.By now, we’re pretty certain of the other bigger areas of need coming into this offseason. Linebacker, offensive tackle and offensive guard should top the list, with the ever-pressing need for able pass-rushers lurking on the periphery. If we’re going the safe route to follow the coaching overhaul, Devin White of LSU is one of the more sure things in this year’s class. However, in today’s NFL, is it prudent to draft a linebacker so high?White is essentially this year’s version of Roquan Smith, who went No. 8 overall to the Bears. Well, Smith spearheaded a Chicago defense that was No. 3 overall and No. 1 against the run. The rookie linebacker had 121 total tackles and five sacks in 2018. Did we mention that the Bengals’ defense was 32nd and 29th in the league in those respective statistical areas last year?At tackle Preston Brown Jersey , Alabama’s Jonah Williams, Oklahoma’s Cody Ford and/or Ole Miss’ Greg Little could make sense. Williams got pushed around a little in the National Championship versus Clemson, but all should be big upgrades on the right side. Speaking of Clemson, Bengals.com editor Geoff Hobson recently mocked star Tigers big man, Christian Wilkins, to the pro’s version of the jungle cat. Wilkins was a monster as a versatile guy up front, racking up 14 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. If we’re being asked right now—as in before a head coach and staff has been officially announced—I’m saying it’s White or one of the quarterbacks. The new coach may want to usher in his arrival with “his guy” under center.*****We received more emails this week with one asking of the effect of a new staff on some of the veterans on this roster. Cincinnati’s 2019 roster is quite dichotomous, as there is a core of younger players in the middle of their rookie deals, but a handful of their best players are nearing the end of their stellar careers. We caught up with receiver Tyler Boyd last week, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal. In our interview, Boyd not only said he was excited at the possibility of the Bengals bringing in an offensive-minded coach, but also that he’s potentially open to staying in Cincinnati despite the current uncertainty of the team. But, does he also speak for A.J. Green, Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap? These guys were brought in by Lewis, became perennial Pro Bowlers under him, but certain facets about their careers might be changing with the staff—particularly for Dunlap and Atkins. Here’s an excerpt from the email:The team doesn’t have a defensive coordinator yet, but could a 3-4 system be coming to Cincinnati? Or, will the new staff work with these guys and concoct a system to their great, respective strengths?Of course, the other point is if these guys, who only have a couple of years left in the league, will want to sit through a reset and potential rough patches in the years ahead. It’s also common knowledge that Lewis was a “player’s coach” Ryan Finley Jersey , so some new hot-shot coming in and barking orders may not sit well with some guys who could be close in age. Then again, Dunlap wasn’t overly-stoked with things in the 2017 offseason when the Bengals sat on their hands. They ended up going 6-9-1 that year. \It is possible that a new staff comes in and has an immediate effect to push the team to greatness, but that’s more the outlier, rather than the common occurrence. In short, it’s going to take an extremely charismatic head coach to have these well-versed veterans buy into what he’s selling. Fortunately for the Bengals, if Taylor is the guy, he seems to be able to command a room. As of now, I think most within the club are probably excited for the change. As much respect and love that most of those players had for Lewis, the need for a change was evident. Ideally, we’d like to think that all players will buy in to Taylor (the supposed head coaching pick). That very well may be the case in 2019, but as we all know, losing can change things quickly. Even the ever-positive Joe Mixon—AKA the guy who guaranteed that the Bengals would be in the postseason next year—isn’t currently thrilled with the direction of things. He recently had an eye-opening tweet about the departure of Frank Pollack. If success doesn’t come early, we’ll see just how much command Taylor has of the room with the adversity that will inevitably follow. If you’re unable to join us live for here at Cincy Jungle or YouTube every episode, all Orange and Black Insider content is available here on CJ, as well as on our SoundCloud, Stitcher, through the Google Play Music app and YouTube channels, ART19 as well as on iTunes! You can tweet us @BengalsOBI or get in touch with us via email at theobinsider@gmail.com. Thanks for listening and go subscribe to our channels!

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