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It’s true. He only played one year of football in college. I bet you didn’t know that about him. As a result Devin Singletary Buffalo Bills Jersey , he was seen as a project receiver and he floated around the league a bit before landing with the New England Patriots. Let’s take a look at this guy who was definitely not a member of the Buffalo Bills for four years and wasn’t a fan favorite or anything. Play 1Just to be clear, the running play Chris Hogan is blocking for is occurring on the other side of the field. Hogan is a very willing blocker and, as seen here, often enthusiastic about it. This makes Hogan valuable on every snap he’s in on. On a related note, Hogan has fluctuated in snap counts a good amount this year with a low of 40%. Hogan started off the year with a heavy dose of playing time, but it’s declined since Julian Edelman came back from a four week “imposed vacation.” Play 2According to their listed sizes, this is an even match up between Hogan and Tavon Wilson. Hogan’s enthusiasm is the difference. With a little momentum behind him, he’s able to get a little push on the safety, which helps hold him off a little longer. There’s nothing special about what Hogan does, but it does illustrate how much effort matters. Play 3If Chris Hogan has “a move” you’re looking at it. The ability to snap (rather than turn) while running a route is key for these short timing routes. The defender has to anticipate where the ball will be. Reacting to that change of direction when you see it is already too late. Defensive backs watching the quarterback are often looking to avoid having this happen to them. Play 4This is the most egregious example I could find of Chris Hogan’s lack of chill. He keeps checking back on the running play which makes his “route” quite ineffective. He barely pulls his man to the other side of the numbers before the jig is up. Hogan has a tendency to check in on plays Color Rush Devin Singletary Jersey , which can give defenders a heads up on the play call. Coordinators like to call different plays from the same formation. Chris Hogan increases the odds that the defenders reads the play correctly. Go back up and take a look at the blocking clips in Plays 1 and 2. He zeroes in on his man immediately and runs at them. A couple steps like he’s running a route might get them to start a backpedal and lead to easier blocking for Hogan. Play 5I’m just fascinated by that cross step with his right foot. It can be straight up deadly when timed right. One thing that’ll make you feel better is to reiterate that it’s human nature to be only really good at something on one side of the body. Crossing from left to right is Hogan’s strength. Play 6The Patriots like to have Hogan line up and run a go route to draw defenders. There’s something about Hogan’s mechanics that make him look like he’s running really fast. He’s not. He’s not slow mind you. But, neither defensive back on this play is having that much trouble keeping up. If there’s a threat here, it’s more that they’re willing to juggle roles enough to cause doubt. Hogan won’t straight up win every foot race, but can exploit a bit of hesitation. Play 7Aside from his quick change-of-direction ability, Hogan is still a lot like the guy we were used to seeing on Sundays. He can run a variety of routes adequately but isn’t making a ton of defenders vacate their sneakers with his sick moves. These slow arcs are pretty indicative of how he runs. His feet are choppy with stutter and hesitation moves which a defender can pick up on. Chis Hogan is a good receiver just like he was with Buffalo. He has not, however, turned into a great one. Play 8The Pittsburgh Steelers forget Chris Hogan exists and he has his third touchdown of the season. Hogan has the fifth-most yards on the Patriots and tied with a pile of guys for third-most touchdowns as a result of this one. SummaryChris Hogan needs to be accounted for on the field. It’d be a stretch to call him a primary threat, however. With 29 catches on the year and just over 30 yards per game, the Bills should expect to see sprinkles of Hogan rather than a deluge. Don’t forget he exists and handle him like most slot style receivers and it’s a match up that can favor the Buffalo defensive backs. A look at running back Devin Singletary—2019 third-round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections NewsNotesOpinionAnalysisDiscussionPodcastNFL DraftSalary CapNFL DraftAnalysisBuffalo Bills NFL Draft CoverageFilm analysis: Buffalo Bills running back Devin SingletaryNew,12commentsA look at running back Devin Singletary—2019 third-round draft pick of the Buffalo BillsEDTShareTweetShareShareFilm analysis: Buffalo Bills running back Devin SingletaryWith the eleventh pick in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills selected running back Devin “Motor” Singletary from Florida Atlantic. The 5’7” 200-lb former Owl has drawn some comparisons to LeSean McCoy. Let’s take a look at some tape and see how much of that might be justified. A couple notes before we begin. As a certified “not expert” in college football Youth Devin Singletary Jersey , analysis here focuses almost entirely on Devin Singletary with an emphasis on mechanics. Also note that we’ll discuss upside a bit more than we would for an established NFL player. Play 1This is precisely the kind of run that’ll get you compared to Shady. There’s an initial twitch, behind the line, that’s hard to fully catch at full speed. It helps Singletary find the lane and burst through. Trusting his blocker is another reason Singletary finds success. Once he’s through, his speed looks fine but probably not elite. He’s caught from behind, but a small shift in his step avoids the shoestring tackle. Immediately afterward. a touch of peripheral vision and a dab of instinct tells Singletary to duck and he avoids another tackle. This run shows off a very slippery player. Play 2What’s another way to be compared to LeSean McCoy? “Dance” around behind the line and get tackled for a loss. Also like Shady, it’s not entirely Singletary’s fault as you can certainly give credit to a solid play by the defense. However the urge to always find a hole can be a downside. Play 3The dance isn’t always problematic for the record. A couple of low-key lower body movements and Singletary avoids a run for no gain. It’s not a huge play, either, but far better than zero. Over his three years in college, Singletary averaged 6.0 yards per carry. Play 4Devin Singletary isn’t a powerhouse by any means. Candidly, physics aren’t always on the side of the guy. Singletary doesn’t shy away from contact though. With a head of steam and a well-placed shoulder he can pull off the occasional hit like this. At the end Womens Devin Singletary Jersey , his ability to lower and brace for contact helps keep his legs churning for extra yards. Play 5Here’s an example where physics just won’t play in his favor. Though his height allows him to stay lower than most opponents, at 200 lbs he can never really be a battering ram. This is a touchdown because his line does their job. Play 6This last GIF can stand for itself. What would be a tackle against many players becomes a fun replay.SummaryDevin Singletary appears to signify that the Buffalo Bills will continue to value the skill set of shiftier running backs like LeSean McCoy as they work to further refine the team. In a similar mold as McCoy, Singletary relies on a good initial push from his line. Once started, though, narrow lanes are sufficient for the small and shifty Singletary. Good vision and instincts help him find the holes and avoid tackles. His small frame allows leverage advantages in some cases, but at 200 lbs Singletary has a tough time truly running people over. Blocking (not included in the clips above) could be a cause for concern as the quality of competition is about to go way up. Singletary is by no means a bad gamble for Buffalo. As a possible heir apparent to Shady, Singletary can learn from McCoy and the other veterans on the roster.