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00:00:07
so the NFL playoffs of still going on.
00:00:09
But here in Philadelphia, the Eagles season is over, and they need a new offensive coordinator they knew.
00:00:16
Need a new wide receivers coach.
00:00:20
So that was announced.
00:00:21
Might grow.
00:00:22
Is out as offense a coordinator.
00:00:24
To a surprise to nobody, Carson Walsh's out as wide receivers coach.
00:00:29
And you know, um not surprising.
00:00:33
It's.
00:00:34
So where do we go from here? Where do the Eagles go? Well, some candidates have hoping themselves up, and we're gonna talk about you.
00:00:41
I have one in mind that I think the Eagle should go with.
00:00:46
And no, I guess I'll get to him temporarily.
00:00:49
But you know, some candidates that are kind of being talked about some names that are being floated around.
00:00:55
We got Duce Staley.
00:00:57
Who's the current running backs coach? Uh, my calf ca.
00:01:01
Who is the quarterbacks coach of Kansas City? You know that name, I'm sure, is gonna be linked because of the connection with any re Doug Peterson.
00:01:09
All that, uh, I've seen, um how was that, I think was Charlie O'Connell.
00:01:15
So there's a bunch of names that are that are being or Kevin O'Connell ish, say, Charlie O'Connell.
00:01:22
I'm thinking about a former football player.
00:01:24
Shadow Shea.
00:01:25
Uh, so All right, so those air some some rumor names Now I think the best name that I've seen Here's Jim Culpa Jim Caldwell, former coach of the Colts Lions.
00:01:39
But I'm gonna give an example of a, uh, great job he did back in 2012.
00:01:45
So if you don't know, a big reason why Joe Flacco got his payday back in 2013 was because it Jim Caldwell.
00:01:55
And during that Super Bowl run, you know, the Ravens went all the way to the Super Bowl.
00:02:00
Jim Caldwell took over around Midway point of the season.
00:02:03
Where was it? Here actually actually wrote something about this.
00:02:07
I used to be at the A place called the Sports Network.
00:02:09
I ruin ah, column on this.
00:02:13
What sites? I'm actually I'm actually looking at it right now, So itwas okay, so that once they got to 95 So? So it wasn't Midway through the season.
00:02:22
It was weak.
00:02:23
15.
00:02:24
So Cam Cameron was replaced by Jim Caldwell.
00:02:28
Jim Caldwell got elevated for quarterbacks coach, the offensive coordinator.
00:02:32
And what happened? Waas Cam Cameron really went away from the run.
00:02:37
They started really throwing the ball around.
00:02:39
Even though they had Ray Rice and a great offensive line.
00:02:42
They started throwing the ball time.
00:02:43
Joe Flacco, 59.
00:02:45
9% of the time, Which is ridiculous.
00:02:49
Well, with Jim Caldwell at the helm, All of a sudden the Ravens started running the ball a lot more, and that became, you know, basically almost the team's identity.
00:02:58
So they started running it 51.
00:03:00
4% of the time.
00:03:02
And what happens when you run the ball? Will you open up your play action game? You're deep play action game and Joe Flacco needs the play action.
00:03:13
So Cam Cameron got run, got past happy play action didn't work for him, but Jim Caldwell of Son, he starts running the ball a little bit more.
00:03:21
Joe Flacco gets hot in the playoffs and they go and win the Super Bowl.
00:03:27
So I were.
00:03:28
What was it he had trying to see the structure he had he had, like, we have eight touchdowns in the postseason.
00:03:37
Uh, may I can't find it in the article here right now.
00:03:40
Sorry about that.
00:03:41
I will include a link if I can't see through the article that I'm looking at that moment.
00:03:46
But, uh, yeah, he was unbelievable in the playoff run.
00:03:49
And I'm trying, man, I definitely wrote it down.
00:03:52
Somebody had.
00:03:53
But what happened with, um would call? Well, so they start, you know, Look, So Joe Black of we know that he's got a big arm, he gets it downfield 2020 yards, arm or, uh, he was attempting that 17.
00:04:09
3% of the time back in 2012.
00:04:12
But that led the NFL.
00:04:13
So you can see there.
00:04:15
You really got to establish the run in order for those past attempts to work out.
00:04:20
So here we go.
00:04:21
It was 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:23
Wow, 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:25
So he joined Joe Montana.
00:04:27
Kurt Warner in the record books, 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:31
And guess what? Flacco completed six throws of at least 50 yards, three of those going for scores in that postseason run.
00:04:40
So Flacco, after that you didn't really do too well.
00:04:45
Jim Caldwell went on, move to strike, and you know, I Look, I look at this situation with Carson Wentz and Joe Flacco.
00:04:53
You know, obviously one is more of Ah, a mobile quarterback than the other.
00:04:57
But you look at what they can do in the pocket.
00:04:59
They both like to push the boat out field.
00:05:01
They both really like to throw the deep out in the deep end.
00:05:04
Which is exactly what Joe Flacco. Lexapro.
00:05:08
So I think Jim Caldwell here would be a great, higher full birds as offense, according I really think so, because an issue I thought we might grow is the fact that he was kind of inexperience and, you know, a CZ as much of a genius as Doug Peterson is, he's still, you know, almost young and in the head coaching.
00:05:33
And I think sometimes, you know, having a veteran alongside of him like you did doing that Super Bowl running, too.
00:05:40
Coordinators who you know, had a lot of experience.
00:05:42
Frank Correct was a former head coach.
00:05:45
Same with Jim Schwartz, in short, still here, Alias, defensive coordinator and, uh, yeah, so I think some experience with is good, and Jim called.
00:06:00
Oh, is somebody who likes to run the football.
00:06:02
So I think you know, even him being in Doug Peterson here, kind of like Frank Reich was in 2017.
00:06:07
Hate, Doug, uh, not really run the ball right now.
00:06:11
It's not run the ball a little bit more.
00:06:12
I think it's always good to have him in here like that sometimes.
00:06:16
Don't get past that.
00:06:17
We've seen that as well.
00:06:19
All right, let's move on to Malcolm Jackets and talk about a potential extension because, you know, he had the comments earlier in the week that he wasn't gonna come back and feel that he's on.
00:06:30
And, you know, I really don't blame the guy because you look at his annual salary for next season, it's gonna be 7.
00:06:37
6 million.
00:06:39
He is 12th among safety's, an average annual value, and you look at the top five safeties the game.
00:06:46
All of them are making 13 million plus a season.
00:06:50
So while Jenkins probably doesn't qualify for the top five, you know he's 32 now.
00:06:56
I don't think you get like some crazy deal.
00:06:58
I would expect something like a 2 to 3 year extension, a three year extension with an option for third year.
00:07:05
I think that's the way they go.
00:07:07
You look at Harrison Smith, he's making, I think, like 11 million season, so I think he gets somewhere around there.
00:07:12
11 to 12 million.
00:07:14
Three years.
00:07:15
35 million.
00:07:16
You laughed locked up mount from Jenkins.
00:07:18
You make him happy, you bring it back to bring back the leader of your defense, and we're ready to go.
00:07:24
So, Malcolm Jenkins, I mean, you've got so much for this scheme.
00:07:27
Perfect fit for the gym shorts.
00:07:30
Uh, you know, philosophy here because of his ability to play linebacker, you can cover the slot.
00:07:39
He can glitz, which is something we've seen more of him doing this season.
00:07:44
And even if he has to, you could drop back and play.
00:07:46
You know, that single high roll So Jenkins could do a little bit of everything and, you know, we could stop the run to along the edges.
00:07:55
He he does that all the time.
00:07:57
We're time.
00:07:58
Ms Snap off the edge will come down the line and make the tackle.
00:08:01
Their running back does that.
00:08:02
So well, so Jenkins a new deal definitely deserved.
00:08:07
I think he's gonna get it.
00:08:09
Then there's that. So just quick thoughts here.
00:08:11
New offensive coordinator.
00:08:12
I would go Jim Caldwell and then Malcolm Jenkins definitely deserves an extension.
00:08:17
So there's that I'm Adrienne.
00:08:20
Thank you here with Philly Influencer on the Eagles Insider for Fox Works a gambler in Philadelphia.
00:08:25
And make sure you tune into that you're I heart radio up.
00:08:28
John Brace has his daily show that daily ticket Monday through Fridays, 3 to 6.
00:08:33
Make sure you tune into that as well.
00:08:36
That's it for me for this video.
00:08:37
So I'm out of here.
00:08:38
I'll take care and, you know, let me know below.
00:08:40
Who do you want the Eagles to hire his offense according amount piece.

Eagles Need a New Offensive Coordinator / Malcolm Jenkins Deserves a New Deal

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00:00:07
so the NFL playoffs of still going on.
00:00:09
But here in Philadelphia, the Eagles season is over, and they need a new offensive coordinator they knew.
00:00:16
Need a new wide receivers coach.
00:00:20
So that was announced.
00:00:21
Might grow.
00:00:22
Is out as offense a coordinator.
00:00:24
To a surprise to nobody, Carson Walsh's out as wide receivers coach.
00:00:29
And you know, um not surprising.
00:00:33
It's.
00:00:34
So where do we go from here? Where do the Eagles go? Well, some candidates have hoping themselves up, and we're gonna talk about you.
00:00:41
I have one in mind that I think the Eagle should go with.
00:00:46
And no, I guess I'll get to him temporarily.
00:00:49
But you know, some candidates that are kind of being talked about some names that are being floated around.
00:00:55
We got Duce Staley.
00:00:57
Who's the current running backs coach? Uh, my calf ca.
00:01:01
Who is the quarterbacks coach of Kansas City? You know that name, I'm sure, is gonna be linked because of the connection with any re Doug Peterson.
00:01:09
All that, uh, I've seen, um how was that, I think was Charlie O'Connell.
00:01:15
So there's a bunch of names that are that are being or Kevin O'Connell ish, say, Charlie O'Connell.
00:01:22
I'm thinking about a former football player.
00:01:24
Shadow Shea.
00:01:25
Uh, so All right, so those air some some rumor names Now I think the best name that I've seen Here's Jim Culpa Jim Caldwell, former coach of the Colts Lions.
00:01:39
But I'm gonna give an example of a, uh, great job he did back in 2012.
00:01:45
So if you don't know, a big reason why Joe Flacco got his payday back in 2013 was because it Jim Caldwell.
00:01:55
And during that Super Bowl run, you know, the Ravens went all the way to the Super Bowl.
00:02:00
Jim Caldwell took over around Midway point of the season.
00:02:03
Where was it? Here actually actually wrote something about this.
00:02:07
I used to be at the A place called the Sports Network.
00:02:09
I ruin ah, column on this.
00:02:13
What sites? I'm actually I'm actually looking at it right now, So itwas okay, so that once they got to 95 So? So it wasn't Midway through the season.
00:02:22
It was weak.
00:02:23
15.
00:02:24
So Cam Cameron was replaced by Jim Caldwell.
00:02:28
Jim Caldwell got elevated for quarterbacks coach, the offensive coordinator.
00:02:32
And what happened? Waas Cam Cameron really went away from the run.
00:02:37
They started really throwing the ball around.
00:02:39
Even though they had Ray Rice and a great offensive line.
00:02:42
They started throwing the ball time.
00:02:43
Joe Flacco, 59.
00:02:45
9% of the time, Which is ridiculous.
00:02:49
Well, with Jim Caldwell at the helm, All of a sudden the Ravens started running the ball a lot more, and that became, you know, basically almost the team's identity.
00:02:58
So they started running it 51.
00:03:00
4% of the time.
00:03:02
And what happens when you run the ball? Will you open up your play action game? You're deep play action game and Joe Flacco needs the play action.
00:03:13
So Cam Cameron got run, got past happy play action didn't work for him, but Jim Caldwell of Son, he starts running the ball a little bit more.
00:03:21
Joe Flacco gets hot in the playoffs and they go and win the Super Bowl.
00:03:27
So I were.
00:03:28
What was it he had trying to see the structure he had he had, like, we have eight touchdowns in the postseason.
00:03:37
Uh, may I can't find it in the article here right now.
00:03:40
Sorry about that.
00:03:41
I will include a link if I can't see through the article that I'm looking at that moment.
00:03:46
But, uh, yeah, he was unbelievable in the playoff run.
00:03:49
And I'm trying, man, I definitely wrote it down.
00:03:52
Somebody had.
00:03:53
But what happened with, um would call? Well, so they start, you know, Look, So Joe Black of we know that he's got a big arm, he gets it downfield 2020 yards, arm or, uh, he was attempting that 17.
00:04:09
3% of the time back in 2012.
00:04:12
But that led the NFL.
00:04:13
So you can see there.
00:04:15
You really got to establish the run in order for those past attempts to work out.
00:04:20
So here we go.
00:04:21
It was 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:23
Wow, 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:25
So he joined Joe Montana.
00:04:27
Kurt Warner in the record books, 11 touchdown passes.
00:04:31
And guess what? Flacco completed six throws of at least 50 yards, three of those going for scores in that postseason run.
00:04:40
So Flacco, after that you didn't really do too well.
00:04:45
Jim Caldwell went on, move to strike, and you know, I Look, I look at this situation with Carson Wentz and Joe Flacco.
00:04:53
You know, obviously one is more of Ah, a mobile quarterback than the other.
00:04:57
But you look at what they can do in the pocket.
00:04:59
They both like to push the boat out field.
00:05:01
They both really like to throw the deep out in the deep end.
00:05:04
Which is exactly what Joe Flacco. Lexapro.
00:05:08
So I think Jim Caldwell here would be a great, higher full birds as offense, according I really think so, because an issue I thought we might grow is the fact that he was kind of inexperience and, you know, a CZ as much of a genius as Doug Peterson is, he's still, you know, almost young and in the head coaching.
00:05:33
And I think sometimes, you know, having a veteran alongside of him like you did doing that Super Bowl running, too.
00:05:40
Coordinators who you know, had a lot of experience.
00:05:42
Frank Correct was a former head coach.
00:05:45
Same with Jim Schwartz, in short, still here, Alias, defensive coordinator and, uh, yeah, so I think some experience with is good, and Jim called.
00:06:00
Oh, is somebody who likes to run the football.
00:06:02
So I think you know, even him being in Doug Peterson here, kind of like Frank Reich was in 2017.
00:06:07
Hate, Doug, uh, not really run the ball right now.
00:06:11
It's not run the ball a little bit more.
00:06:12
I think it's always good to have him in here like that sometimes.
00:06:16
Don't get past that.
00:06:17
We've seen that as well.
00:06:19
All right, let's move on to Malcolm Jackets and talk about a potential extension because, you know, he had the comments earlier in the week that he wasn't gonna come back and feel that he's on.
00:06:30
And, you know, I really don't blame the guy because you look at his annual salary for next season, it's gonna be 7.
00:06:37
6 million.
00:06:39
He is 12th among safety's, an average annual value, and you look at the top five safeties the game.
00:06:46
All of them are making 13 million plus a season.
00:06:50
So while Jenkins probably doesn't qualify for the top five, you know he's 32 now.
00:06:56
I don't think you get like some crazy deal.
00:06:58
I would expect something like a 2 to 3 year extension, a three year extension with an option for third year.
00:07:05
I think that's the way they go.
00:07:07
You look at Harrison Smith, he's making, I think, like 11 million season, so I think he gets somewhere around there.
00:07:12
11 to 12 million.
00:07:14
Three years.
00:07:15
35 million.
00:07:16
You laughed locked up mount from Jenkins.
00:07:18
You make him happy, you bring it back to bring back the leader of your defense, and we're ready to go.
00:07:24
So, Malcolm Jenkins, I mean, you've got so much for this scheme.
00:07:27
Perfect fit for the gym shorts.
00:07:30
Uh, you know, philosophy here because of his ability to play linebacker, you can cover the slot.
00:07:39
He can glitz, which is something we've seen more of him doing this season.
00:07:44
And even if he has to, you could drop back and play.
00:07:46
You know, that single high roll So Jenkins could do a little bit of everything and, you know, we could stop the run to along the edges.
00:07:55
He he does that all the time.
00:07:57
We're time.
00:07:58
Ms Snap off the edge will come down the line and make the tackle.
00:08:01
Their running back does that.
00:08:02
So well, so Jenkins a new deal definitely deserved.
00:08:07
I think he's gonna get it.
00:08:09
Then there's that. So just quick thoughts here.
00:08:11
New offensive coordinator.
00:08:12
I would go Jim Caldwell and then Malcolm Jenkins definitely deserves an extension.
00:08:17
So there's that I'm Adrienne.
00:08:20
Thank you here with Philly Influencer on the Eagles Insider for Fox Works a gambler in Philadelphia.
00:08:25
And make sure you tune into that you're I heart radio up.
00:08:28
John Brace has his daily show that daily ticket Monday through Fridays, 3 to 6.
00:08:33
Make sure you tune into that as well.
00:08:36
That's it for me for this video.
00:08:37
So I'm out of here.
00:08:38
I'll take care and, you know, let me know below.
00:08:40
Who do you want the Eagles to hire his offense according amount piece.
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