Sometimes it’s easy to think of Gibson as a grizzled veteran in spite of the fact the 39th-overall pick in 2011 is just 23. But after hiccups to start his career, the highly touted goalie is now in a position where he has to step up Jeff Carter Authentic Jersey for the Ducks. With backup Jonathan Bernier out with an injury, Gibson has to prove he’s got the goods and consistency to lead a talented team like the Ducks. Gibson started slowly but has gone 3-0-1 in his past four appearances. He’s got to keep performing to keep the doubters at bay.
“We’re disappointed, I’m disappointed in the type of comments,” Pederson said. “I think each individual has to be responsible for their own job, obviously. We’ve Jhonas Enroth Authentic Jersey got to make good, smart choices. Everybody is mad and disappointed and angry after tough losses like we just came through, and cooler heads prevail. We just have to bite our lip sometimes and just suck it up and get to work. And that’s what we’ve got to do this week.”
These days, Romo owns every notable passing record for a franchise with an illustrious quarterback history. He’s 78-49 as starter — though only 2-4 in the playoffs — and has passed for more than 34,000 yards with 247 touchdowns against 117 interceptions. Only two quarterbacks in NFL history have a higher passer rating than his 97.1.
Led by standout defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, the Eagles’ defense is third in points per game, and fifth in both yards per game and passing yards per game. That’s all impressive enough. What was really something, though, was how the Eagles went in on the Minnesota Vikings last week.
The Eagles blitzed Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford right out of Lincoln Financial Field. Philadelphia defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz went after Bradford with an assortment of zone-blitz packages that worked spectacularly. Philadelphia had six sacks and 12 quarterback hits. In three trips to the red zone, the Vikings totaled zero points. Just a straight-up stomping.
Each week, quarterbacks face potentially painful experiences. But, dang, the Eagles are trying to take things to a nightmare level. However, to hear Dallas head coach Jason Garrett tell it, Prescott has got this.
“It starts with his preparation,” said Garrett, who will talk your ear off about all the positive signs Prescott has displayed since his first day on the team.
“He was always ready. Always was able to handle the offense, call plays, handle himself at the line of scrimmage. That was always very impressive, right from the outset. You could tell he was prepared. You could tell it was important to him.
“And then athletically, he’s impressive. He can throw the ball. He can move around. He made some plays early on that made you feel he could see the game, and be instinctive throwing the ball from the pocket.”
He’s also great in the film room. Against the aggressive Eagles, attention to detail is a must. Although Prescott moves much better Bradford, the rookie must also rely on his smarts to stay upright.