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, the Buffalo Bills tell us to hold their beer. The Bills fell on their collective faces, once again, getting run out of their own building by the surging Chicago Bears.It should be a surprise to no one that all there is this week is stock downs, except for one notable exception.Stock Down: LeSean McCoyIt is never easy to see great players as they start a slide to the end of the line. As we all know, the drop off for running backs can be swift and it has been so this year for McCoy. This may be a bit harsh considering how awful the offense is as a whole, but Chris Ivory is able to get yardage, whereas McCoy’s dancing style isn’t ideal for this offense. Stock Down: Dion DawkinsIt was a game to forget for the second-year pro and Mack didn’t even play. Dawkins was getting beat, had a leg-whip penalty and did a poor job opening up running lanes for McCoy, Ivory, and company. Penalties are starting to become an issue for Dawkins, which is something he can hopefully clean up. Otherwise, the trade of Glenn everyone praised this last offseason, will go down as a mistake. Stock Down: Jordan PoyerThis may be controversial because Poyer has quickly become a fan favorite. But he got trucked by Howard on a TD run and was invisible for most of the game. For such a fiery individual
, the state of the season can’t be easy for Poyer to deal with, but as a team leader and someone the fans look to, his body language and play has to be better. Stock Down: Pass CatchersThose talking heads to simply look at box scores to form opinions, will throw the blame for this game at the feet of Peterman, but the players who get paid to catch the ball didn’t do the Pittsburgh product any favors against Da Bears. On Peterman’s first INT, Pryor couldn’t bring in a pass over the middle and the resulting tip was hauled in for a turnover. With the game still a game, Croom fumbled following a short catch and Eddie Jackson scooped up the loose ball for a 65-yard TD return.Peterman’s second INT, came when Kyle Fuller smashed into Zay Jones (legally unfortunately), which resulted in a tipped pass, which Leonard Floyd returned for another defensive score. The final blow, when it sort of mattered, was when the “tall and strong” Kelvin Benjamin dropped a 4th down pass in the end zone. Simply put, Peterman didn’t play great
, but his pass catchers did absolutely nothing to help him out. Stock up: Tre’Davious WhiteTeams simply aren’t throwing at the standout corner and for good reason. On one of the few times Trubisky threw in his vicinity, White got an INT. White won’t have stats to make him a Pro Bowl contender, but that is because he doesn’t get thrown at. In a season that is spiraling quickly down the toilet, week in and week out White provides something positive for Buffalo fans.Penalty Recap: Buffalo Bills at Minnesota Vikings Hey everyone! Still excited about that shocking Buffalo Bills victory over the Minnesota Vikings? Well guess who’s here to rain on your parade? While many narratives called the game complete domination on all fronts, the Vikings significantly outperformed the Bills in the only stat that matters besides points: Penalties. Traditional and advanced metricsPenalty countIt didn’t seem like it watching live, but the Bills were penalized. A lot. Their twelve flags doubled the assessed count of the Vikings. The inopportune timing of the Vikings’ penalties made them stand out but, overall, Minnesota had a good game in the count department. The Bills were well above average on penalties assessed (left columns) and thrown (right columns). The Vikings were under in both measures. The Bills have the second-most penalties in the league with 28 assessed, only behind the Pittsburgh Steelers. A lot of this dubious distinction is off the back of the terrible performance in Minnesota. We were all having so much fun we hardly noticed it.Penalty yardsThe Vikings assessed yards are about exactly as expected based on count. True yards are hard to assess league wide. Minnesota added 19 yards that were negated by penalty. While that’s not ideal, it’s also not terribly harmful. The Bills tacked on 33 yards negated by penalty which is pretty bad. Their assessed yards landed at 84, which is above league average—but as much as might be expected based on the incredibly high count. The suggestion is more procedural penalties such as...cough, cough...illegal formation. We’ll see if that holds true in a moment (yes). Penalty HarmMinnesota VikingsOverall this doesn’t look too bad with only a couple standouts. They say timing is everything, though
, and ever so true on Sunday. Of the Vikings’ seven flags, six were in the first 18 minutes of game play. Three of their worst penalties were within the first five minutes. Let’s highlight those three. On 3rd and 4 of the opening drive for the Bills, Josh Allen was sacked for a loss of seven yards. But Linval Joseph was called for lowering his head. The Bills got back those seven yards, another 15 and two free downs. Add it all up and that’s 4.2 Harm. An Anthony Barr face mask gave the Bills ten yards for free on this same drive. This helped set up Josh Allen to fly into the end zone, putting the Bills up early. On the ensuing kickoff with 10:01 to play in the first quarter, the Vikings were called for unnecessary roughness. Instead of starting their drive at the 22-yard line, they were way back at the seven. The Vikings never climbed out of this early hole. Joseph has plenty of ways to approach a wrapped up Josh Allen that wouldn’t lead to a flag for lowering his head. While this penalty kept the drive alive for Buffalo, I for one would rather have seen a three and out. When the dust cleared, the Vikings found themselves with 10.8 Harm. Right around the ten mark is a decent indicator between good and bad, placing the Vikings in “meh” territory. Early penalties helped to set the tone of the game, but otherwise Minnesota played clean football. Buffalo BillsOnce the Vikings got the yellow flags out of their system in the second quarter, the Bills kicked it into high gear. The Bills had eleven penalties in a row before Minnesota closed the game with their seventh (which was declined). A lot of procedural penalties were hopefully the result of excitement. Two false starts and THREE illegal formation penalties racked up the count without adding a ton of yards. Frequent penalties are a problem of their own for sure, but none of these would stand out individually. Jerry Hughes’s neutral-zone infraction gave up a free first down (5 yards plus 1 down = 1.5 Harm). Contrasting that
, Nate Orchard was called for roughing the passer, but his half-the-distance-to-the-goal only moved the Vikings up four yards.Tre’Davious White’s penalty was controversial, but the NFL’s 2018 rule changes probably led to some confusion on what was called. The flag wasn’t called for lowering the head like the GIF above. Instead, White was flagged for helmet to helmet contact with a defenseless receiver. As seen below, White executes the tackle perfectly. Unfortunately it does look like his helmet makes contact with Adam Thielen’s helmet as the receiver is turning to become a runner. It’s not egregious, but also not a bad call according to the rule. Our worst penalty of the game for the Bills was a Jordan Mills holding flag. It wiped out 19 yards of a Marcus Murphy 23-yard gain, as well as the first down Murphy had earned. So, 10 yards + 19 yards + 1 down = 3.9 Harm. The Bills had 15.7 Harm, comfortably exceeding the Vikings’ total. While not a catastrophic day, the Bills had a rough one with penalties. The good news is this makes the win more impressive. A lot of self-inflicted wounds makes a tough game even tougher. Not only did they overcome their penalty obstacles, they looked completely unhindered most of the game.
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