There aren’t many changes between the depth chart released on Tuesday and the previous depth chart. The docs traded Frank Darby for Brian Edwards, but that’s all, Darby didn’t even play last week.
Instead of emphasizing that move or the lack of depth in the defensive line with Tachon Graham on the injured list, let’s focus on the flash areas of the depth chart and how the work is distributed.
The running back position leaves far too few carries available for capable runners, as evidenced by the fact that Caleb Huntley only got one carry on Sunday in Washington. He made the most of it and on the only carry he gained 12 yards.
Arthur Smith addressed that fact at Monday’s press conference, saying it was a matter of game flow and that Huntley certainly deserves to do more. There are too many good runners who deserve contact.
“That’s a good question because Tyler [Allgeier] playing very well.we know the impact of CP [Cordarrelle Patterson] The Falcons head coach said, “It’s a good question and we need to make sure. You’re in the game and that’s what we need to take the next step. We participate in many of these low possession games. Some are our own fault and they have a say. Owned or [the fact that] He had only 57 offensive snaps. ”
Smith is right that Patterson is a blast and All Geier plays really well. Huntley is a tough runner and scrimmage he rarely stops at the line or first contact. And to bring this back to the subject of Depth Her charts, there is a rushing hierarchy evident in Carrie’s count and the document below.