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Nick Foles just signed to the Jags for a tremendous amount of cash Peyton Manning Jersey White , so let’s take a look at how this may impact the Colts and the division as a whole" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesStampede Blue homepageHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityFollow Stampede Blue online:Follow Stampede Blue on TwitterFollow Stampede Blue on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchStampede Blue main menuFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Breaking NewsAndrew Luck Retires×How does the Nick Foles signing affect the division?New,37commentsNick Foles just signed to the Jags for a tremendous amount of cash, so let’s take a look at how this may impact the Colts and the division as a wholeEDT@AlvaroSBNationShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:How does the Nick Foles signing affect the division?TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailYou will find few who will deny that Nick Foles' recent playoff success with the Philadelphia Eagles has been anything short of magical. However, some are speculating that the hefty contract, which pays him $88 million over 4 years with $50 million guaranteed, is a little exaggerated. In this article, I’ll break down my opinion on Foles as a player, comparison to Bortles, his contract and what it all means for the Colts.<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="1tqmD7">Pre-Eagles Foles:Foles was drafted 88th overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2012 Draft after he played three years at Arizona and one at Michigan State. His first year in the league consisted mostly of backing up Michael Vick. 2013 started much the same until Vick got injured and Foles was thrust into the starting role. He vastly over-performed that season, accumulating a stat line of 64.0%-2,891-27-2, which was(and still is) an NFL record TD to interception ratio. His season ended on a high note as he was the Eagles new unquestioned starter and made his first and only Pro-Bowl appearance. However, 2014 was much worse as Chip Kelly tried to implement a revolutionary up-tempo offensive scheme. This, along with the release of Foles' number one receiver, DeSean Jackson, created the perfect storm for Foles to struggle. In the 8 games he was healthy, Foles had accumulated a stat line of 59.8-2163-13-10. Mediocre, to say the least. For the next couple of years, Foles bounced around the league, sometimes heavily considering retirement. He eventually found his way to the Kansas City Chiefs where he linked up with former coach Andy Reid. Following that season, Reid vouched for Foles, who signed a 2-year deal with Reid disciple Doug Pederson. <hr class="p-entry-hr" id="WQfN78">Eagles Era Foles:After a devastating injury to MVP hopeful Carson Wentz, Foles found himself back on the field, and playing at a high level.Thanks to Wentz’s Herculean effort during most of the regular season the Eagles were sitting atop the NFC. Many expected a first round exit, though, as they were underdogs for every single game in the 2017 playoffs. And rightfully so.Before the beginning of the playoffs, Foles was playing respectably for a backup, averaging a QB rating of 66.025 in every game he started Youth Josh Ferguson Jersey , which was inflated by a 115.8 QB rating against the lowly Giants. Nonetheless, Pederson and his staff had found a playcalling style that Foles was exceptionally adept with: the RPO. That was very apparent in what will go down as one of the most legendary playoffs runs ever, with Foles averaging an astounding 115.825 QB rating over 4 games. The run ended with some hardware for Eagles players, a Super Bowl MVP for Foles and a Lombardi for the city of brotherly love. In 4 games, Foles had gone from an unknown journeyman backup to a starting quarterback on a Super Bowl team and an award-winning author. As the next season began, Wentz still wasn’t fully healthy, so Foles got the starting nod. However, the clamoring for Philly’s Savior to supplant Wentz as the long term starter was quickly quieted after Foles averaged just a 74.75 QB rating in the first two games of the season. Wentz came back in for most of the season and played at a decent level (102.2 QB rating).Then, the inevitable struck.Wentz suffered a back injury that was significant enough that the Eagles shut him down for the rest of the season as a precaution. Back came the city’s prodigal son. In this case, however, the tables seemed to have turned completely. The Eagles were no longer the sure-fire playoff contender who was fighting for a first-round bye, but instead, a team in the hunt who had 2 out of the 3 games left in the season against playoff teams. How did Foles respond?A 103.87 QB rating to go along with 3 wins and a much-needed loss by the Vikings to secure the 6th seed for the Eagles. After a last-second win in Chicago, everyone in the football world, at least for a second, at least considered the idea that God must be an Eagles fan. Every single thing was breaking their way until the Saints broke their hearts the next week (only to experience heartbreak of their own a few weeks later).Nick Foles, in the span of 11 games, earned himself a Super Bowl ring and a reputation as a player who steps up his game when the lights shine the brightest.This reputation is what earned him a monster contract which many Jaguars fans applauded as a franchise-saving move. 2 years removed from their AFC Championship loss, the return of Andrew Luck and Deshaun Watson, along with awful play from their quarterback, Blake Bortles, had returned the Jags to being the floormat of the division. However, with an elite defense still intact, Foles' signing seemed to be a showing that great times lay ahead. If we take a closer look at the numbers, though, it seems it’s possible that the Jaguars threw out the old to buy the exact same thing at an elevated price. *note that a lot of Foles' stats are mathematical predictions since he was a back-up for most of his career, so he never played a complete season. I also took out 2015 for Luck because the math got really ugly with predicted stats.Nick Foles is clearly safer with the football than Bortles, who is a turnover machine with a TD:INT ratio of 1.37 and a lower QB rating. I have included Andrew Luck in this comparison as well Josh Ferguson Jersey Stitched , due to his similar contract. Luck earns around $23.3 million a year (largest contract in NFL history at the time of signing), and Foles is estimated to earn around $22 million a year. Even if the Jaguars hypothetically tap into Foles’ RPO potential and he plays at playoff form for a full season, they are still not getting they money's worth.Foles also doesn’t have to carry his team in the way Luck has had to in the past. Foles will benefit from his team's premier defense. The Jaguars defense was tied for 3rd in the league in points allowed, with 19.8 per game. While it should be expected that Foles and Co. should score more that Bortles did, there is a legitimate concern about the lack of offensiveweapons that Foles will have at his disposal. When he succeeded in 2013 he had DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. In 2017 it was Alshon Jeffrey and Zach Ertz. However, in Duval, he seems to have Dede Westbrook and little more. Leonard Fournette is a talented back, but his career average of 3.7 yards per carrying doesn’t live up to his Number 4 overall draft billing. That leads me to the next concern that the Jaguars should have, which is how the locker room will treat Foles. We’ve seen a rift created between the defense and the offense during the Bortles era, with Jalen Ramsey and Leonard Fournette jokingly calling him names like “Draco Malfoy” and saying he looks like “a substitute teacher”. We all know that there is a possibility that if Foles doesn’t produce, things could turn toxic. The Jaguars lockers locker room is no way comparable to the Eagles in terms of culture and respectability. <hr class="p-entry-hr" id="qD8Wyq">Impact on the ColtsFinally, let's discuss how Foles' signing affects the Colts. The direct impact is that the Jaguars are in the same division as the Colts, thus we will have to play them twice a year and any improvement they make is harmful to the Colts. The more interesting point, though, is that the Jaguars have spent around $130 million dollars on 2 mediocre quarterbacks, making it harder for them to resign the plethora of young studs they have on the defensive side of the ball (Ngakoue, Ramsey, Bouye, Jack, etc.)Finally, Blake Bortles has actually been quite decent when playing against the Colts. Here are his stats over the last 3 years versus the Colts compared to his average game stats. It isn’t like Bortles was a check down king, as by my calculations, his average yards per attempt is 8.78. For comparison’s sake, last season's average was 7.43. The sample size is too small to calculate for Foles (his stat line in his one start versus the Colts was 72.7%-223-2-0, this was in 2016), but he probably won’t be as good as Bortles was against the Colts.Unless they meet in the playoffs.Overall, I think this is a terrible move for the Jaguars. They could have easily drafted up to get one of the 2 stud QBs in this class or gone for next years loaded one (like the Dolphins). However, they paid the 7th highest annual salary for an average to below-average quarterback who plays well in the playoffs. Bad move for Jaguars fans Cheap Clayton Geathers Youth Jersey , a good move for Colts fans.Frank Reich’s offense: The 2018 Indianapolis Colts | The passing game Over the past few days I have given you a more intricate look at what I expect the 2018 Frank Reich led Indianapolis Colts offense to look like. I have arrived at this conclusion based on his history as a player and a coach. I will say, that while this is an educated theory (I subjected myself to all 16 San Diego Chargers contests of the 2014 season for this series, you’re welcome) it is at best a theory. We don’t know, beyond a shadow of a doubt what his offense is going to look like, but I feel I can get pretty close considering his influences and what the man himself has said. This is part 1 of a 2 part series on my expectations for the 2018 Indianapolis Colts offense, tomorrow we will follow up with part 2. I hope you have enjoyed reading about the Colts new head coach as much as I have enjoyed researching and writing this piece.Frank Reich: The Head Coaching YearsBrian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsAfter being named head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, in his first press conference with the team, Coach Reich was asked to describe his offense this was the first description he gave:It shouldn’t be surprising that was what he said, given the fact that the majority of his nearly 30 year career as a player and coach was spent doing exactly that. Every major influence Reich has had was focused on being multiple, using tempo and being aggressive. Reich also went on to talk about the need to get the ball out quicker, throwing jabs before hitting them with the knockout blow, meaning throwing short, high percentage passes that get the ball out quick. Again, this isn’t a surprise given what we know about Reich’s time with Ken Whisenhunt and Doug Pederson. Bobby Ross wanted desperately to be multiple. Peyton Manning, Jim Kelly, Ted Marchibroda and Marv Levy were all about tempo, no huddle and aggressive. Frank Reich has experience with every conceivable personnel grouping known to all levels of modern football, even the Eagles drew some from the Wing-T.I know every coach has a “coaching tree” and has learned from some great coaches along the way. It’s easy to say that any NFL head coach has learned from some of the best to ever do it. It’s easy because frankly so many coaches bounce from team to team for decades, you could connect any one of them to almost any other staff. As a result, it’s easy to say that every NFL coach is standing on the shoulders of giants, but the giants Frank Reich’s standing on include some of the most prolific and sustained offensive powers the NFL has ever seen. He has learned from, under and with all time greats in addition to the guys who are “just” good coordinators. I don’t know how Frank Reich will turn out as a head coach but I feel confident his offense will be exciting as long as Andrew Luck is behind center. I also can’t say with absolute confidence this is exactly what his offense is going to look like and I can’t give you a single tendency he might have until sometime in September, but I do believe based on his history with the game of football, what follows is a good sampling of what Frank Reich’s offense will look like in 2018 and beyond. Passing The Basics:West Coast- Frank Reich will dial up a lot of short quick throws designed to spread the field horizontally to create yards after the catch but won’t be afraid to take his shots down the field. Shotgun- In 2015 as the offensive coordinator in San Diego, the Frank Reich Chargers ran 1,101 plays. 958 of those plays were run out of a shotgun formation, good for 87% of all snaps. For reference the 2015 Indianapolis Colts used a shotgun formation just 58% of the time. Tempo- Reich has mentioned tempo and he had a front row seat watching Jim Kelly and Peyton Manning use tempo to their benefit. 2015 Saw the Chargers go no huddle 236 times while the league average was only 134. Just something to note, the 2015 average is slightly skewed as the Chip Kelly lead Philadelphia Eagles ran 795 no huddle plays that season Youth Clayton Geathers Jersey , which is insane. So adjusted for Chip Kelly, Reich’s use of the hurry up was even more prolific.Personnel GroupingsMultiple- There isn’t a great way to cover all of the personnel groupings Reich is likely to use in 2018. Based on what he has said and his time in San Diego, I think it’s a safe bet to assume he will use a lot of two tight end looks. I expect Eric Ebron to be used all over the field. The only place I don’t expect Ebron to line up is at running back, otherwise it’s fair game. Beyond that, I expect to see running backs lined up in the slot and out wide and formations designed to create positive matchups.ConceptsThese are only a few of the pass concepts I expect to see this season. It’s entirely possible that none of these concepts are Andrew Luck’s favorite. Maybe it’s a variation of one of these, maybe it’s NCAA, maybe it’s 4 verts, for nostalgia I hope he falls in love running two and three man levels concepts and that’s that, but for the sake of brevity these are a few concepts I feel that the Colts will look to early and often until they have a better feel for what the offense will become.Levels Levels in action:The idea of this concept is to make a defender, usually a linebacker, make a decision — cover the 10 yard in or the 5 yard in and whoever he doesn’t cover comes open in the middle of the field. On this play it was more like a 12 yard in and a 3-4 yard in but the point remains. On this play Manning is reading #51 the linebacker lined up on the on the outside of the defensive end. He sees him drop with the slot receiver and then fall off to stay in his zone for the underneath crosser. Manning sees him fall off and throws to the deep in who is single covered. The safety, Roman Harper, has seen this concept from a Manning led team many times and given the underneath route he had a good idea the slot receiver was going to cut inside, Harper who was a few years past his prime in this clip, used his experience and instincts to make a nice defensive play. Even though this was an incompletion, Manning had a window to fit that ball in and you don’t always get big windows in the NFL. Levels will almost always create a window, somewhere.4 VertsMy breakdown of 4 Verts:The receivers (or mix of backs, tight ends and receivers) do exactly what you would expect them to do with a concept called 4 verts, there are 4 guys who run vertically. The idea is to put stress on the DB’s, wait for them to make a decision and exploit whatever decision they make. Depending on the defensive look, the QB is going to have either a single high safety or a two safety look. The play is slightly different based on the number of high safeties, obviously a single high safety is advantageous for the offense. One (or more) of the vertical routes (a receiver in the slot or a TE) is going to change slightly based on the number of deep safeties in an effort to further stress the decision making of the safety on that side of the field. SpotSpot in action:First I have to apologize, the above clip is actually Kerry Collins at QB. Unfortunately NFL Gamepass only goes back to the 2011 season, (if you happen to have any contraband all-22 tape from the pre-2011 Indianapolis Colts, please do reach out) so Kerry Collins, Curtis Painter and Dan Orlavsky are all we have to choose from. The reason I included this clip is because Frank Reich saw it run in Indy. If you remember, Jim Caldwell was on record saying that with Peyton Manning out they weren’t going to change the offense, after all we were able to bring in Kerry Collins Womens Andrew Luck Jersey , so the offense should be just fine. Kerry Collins went 12-29 with 95 yards and 0 TD’s on the day. So while Caldwell was incorrect, the offense wasn’t fine, he did try to keep the offense the same.The idea of the play is to create a simple read for the quarterback and an almost guaranteed open man. As you might imagine this concept creates quite a bit of traffic for defensive backs to try to fight through and it isn’t uncommon to see a receiver run a route seemingly at a defender in an effort to get his teammate open. This concept almost always uses all five receiving options and it gets the ball out quickly.MeshMesh in action:This play design is slightly different than the example I created above it. With that said it’s the same concept. Mesh is an amazing concept. I probably feel that way because I just read The Perfect Pass: American Genius and the Reinvention of Football (I receive nothing if you use that link and buy the book, I just really enjoyed the book and if you’ve read this far in this massive piece on Frank Reich, I suspect you will enjoy that book too). The book goes deep into the history of the Air Raid and the modern era of football that was brought on by Hal Mumme and Mike Leach. No joke, Mike Leach, the crazy guy that goes on rants about “fat little girlfriends”. That Mike Leach, forever changed the way football is played and Mesh was their favorite play. I could probably write you a book about the concept (I just read one) but I’ll keep it short. In its purest form, Mesh, creates a mismatch against every single conceivable defensive look. The reason: option routes. The two routes that cross in the middle of the field, to make a long story somewhat shorter, have almost unlimited freedom to find open grass and go to it. The idea is to give a defender an impossible task; defend two receivers at once, usually an interior linebacker trying to cover both men crossing. These two receivers have the freedom to adjust where they’re running based on what the defense is giving them and there is a contingency plan for almost everything. The play above is blown up due to interior pressure coming at Jared Goff, had that not been there Goff is probably hitting the underneath crosser and picking up a few yards on the play. You never go broke making a profit. Hal Mumme once bragged that he called Mesh more than 55 times in a single game. The reason he could do that, and win, was because the play never looks the same to the defense. To the defense it’s a mystery every down, to the offense, it’s the same call and as long as the QB and receiver are on the same page, it’s an easy completion. This concludes part 1. In part 2 of our look at Frank Reich’s 2018 Colts offense we will take a look at the run game and draw our final conclusions. Stay tuned. Frank Reich’s offense: An introductionFrank Reich’s offense: The Maryland yearsFrank Reich’s offense: The NFL yearsFrank Reich’s offense: The assistant coaching years, part 1Frank Reich’s offense: The assistant coaching years, part 2Frank Reich’s offense: The 2018 Indianapolis Colts, part 2

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