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welcome into at the podium episodes. Six brought to you by SP nation and bleeding relation. I am your host Michael kissed and we have eight nother triple decker press conferences for you. Today I up head coach, Doug Peterson the morning act of game last week. Then Monday we have all pets of coordinator might grow and defensive coordinator. Jim Swartz they answer questions about the thirty four to thirteen blowout road win on Thursday night over the New York Giants in what we're hoping is charging point game for the eagles season as they moved to three and three and onward. Next time you'll be hearing from us is Wednesday morning as Benjamin, so lack. And I break down the eagles offense against the Panthers defense in part one of our weekly preview series look forward to that. But for now enjoy the coaching staff breaking down this game for you. Jason. Yes, gathering a few more tests Vaas more formation. Avid actually had a brief brief meeting this morning with medical staff, but we need to gather some more formation determine exactly where he's at early indication based off the meeting yet. Early indication? I think I think you know, again, I don't wanna speculate too much, but is positive, you know. And we'll see kind of a kind of a day to day in and I just gotta wait and make sure that all the information is accurate. Got her guest. You know, I thought thought he went into the game, you wanna short week, lot of confidence, very positive. Of course. He's going against a great pass rusher in in in Vernon there and thought he, I didn't job, you know, nice job. His ability to extend plays by some time was ever moment in his rehab where you kinda questioned if he'd be able to get back that level. So said, no. What was that? Oh, jomie follow. Okay. I mean it was it yesterday question just just watching him just watching watching him work watching them, you know, I don't feel in his his determination to get back on the football field. You know, a lot of lot of strengthens, lower body noticed it. Obviously, not only you kind of notice the lower body through the upper body. By the way, he's throwing the football and so fell out his lower body. Strength was solid. Battling not only. The bison now, but the quad. And with your experience with big, would you consider just giving him some time to breast and get back to full health. Rather what you're saying. Those are all things will consider. I think we got time we got, you know, ten days before we play again and and we'll see where all our guys are all these guys are in a week or so. But right now we're not gonna make any of those determinations after after this one game wanna get through the weekend, get to next week and and and see where buddies at, you know, coming up, but definitely. Yeah, we'll have those conversations. It looks like Carson. You just kind of luted Carson's arm. Strange. Looks like it's increased from last year. What is that? That extra kind of weaponry give him as far as you know, being get the ball type windows and things like that. And it's just that, I mean, being able to be below more pinpoint, accurate, being able to stick it the ball in tight spots, you know, in in in into maybe a contested throw. We get the ball in there and you know, it's that throw he made for the first touchdown, Sean as an example of. Of of throwing back across redy, making Heckman throw, you know. So those are all things that are there. They're shown up for see that point will again, I think you know through his rehab and then watching him when he did get a chance to do the seven on seven and training camp as when it went, those types of throws in the arm. Strength really began to to show up Nali out on the field, but don't take. Hi ankle sprain. And do you think it's affected his play? Well, it came out of the week before the Sunday before who's on a short week. So definitely anytime you got an injury like that, it can fact you, but I tell you what lane lane battled through it, tough, tough, tough kid, you know, and it's, it's a tribute to him. Really. It's a credit to him where where he wants to be great and great players can play through pain and injury, and he was one of them and and and battle through. Early and he was the first quarter ruled out really quickly see looking like going forward. He's another one that we're gonna continue to evaluate probably more of a week to week, you know basis right now with him for the Hampshire. Jordan was not active last night. How's he coming along practice in hell for waiting. Thank you clearly Bush there. He's coming really well. I tell you what he continues to improve every day him at prior both. Again, a lot of other getting every rep actually, you know, on the on the teams and and. Really, really nice job, you know, and and encouraging to see him continue to grow and develop. What made you over sold back there as opposed all of solvent word, I guess, natural age more experienced safety? Yeah. One thing with with with Tracey Ullman you know, he did. We just kinda brought him up, you know, and and, and so wanted to make sure that that he was kind of caught up to speed and then and then it had worked residual back there. You know, if you times over the Andre and, and so going forward, we gotta get gotta get everybody compared obviously in Wittman. I think one thing again goes back to the coaching staff. You haven't everybody ready to go and not only on defense, but also special table. The week. These is that a role Doug was compla- going forward, or is is, is something you're gonna need a new slot quarterback? Well, yeah. I mean, it's something that I know I know Jim and myself, Corey, Tim, how we're gonna take a look at it. Obviously. Now the of course, the next couple of days and resort capable. Obviously, we've seen that, but we also have guys that you know now with trae being active and Andre hall guys that we can begin to really coach up. You know with with the amount of time we have before we go back on the practice. Corey show you last night. You know, there's obviously a lot of talk about whether they can be like a long term solution running back out and Tabo. These guys are are determined runners. They run hard, they run aggressive. They're really good backs force and and. You know a lot of confidence in both of those guys, you know, and and what they do. Very versatile, very knowledge can run, but you, you saw Corey on the screen pass and when del out of the backfield in as just. Two guys that that really take their job serious and feel like they have to prove something every single day and and that's what you want out of your your players. You know that they're out there, proven themselves over and over because it just makes them better and it makes us better as offense. Oh, been really encouraged by both those guys. Diva struggles with stopping saquon was just seeing them up close for the first time in lavishes something that they'll have to get right seeing again, this coming mine Monthan down the road as well. Yeah. Is a special back now. He understands special talent. He's big, he's powerful, very loose. You know, his lateral movements are quick his, his long speed is is exceptional. Found out and listen, you can't. You can't stop your feet. Anytime you go against backs. It's like same thing with with Zeke and Dallas. You can't stop your feet gotta constantly moving, and, and you know, somehow find a way to get these guys on the ground and even saw later in the game. You know, as we had him wrapped up a few times how powerful he is and and you know, it's just it's, it's a, it's a strain to get him on the ground and it's just it's a credit to him as an athlete, obviously had the common spot area lap during games. How much better is he when he has a full week of practice at possession, then coached up and right for the game, always much better spent on the. Well, I mean, you're taking every rep, you know, and you're seeing the front Hussein, the defense every single snap. And far about that and the, you know, he it just it. Just it's with any player that you know, get an opportunity to play the position. All we can take all those reps on just makes you better more prepared going into the game, but. You saw last night versatility is you know, we when we look for a lineman, you know, big v his versatility left and right, tackle Isaac bumps out for a couple of plays to right, tackle chance comes into game wiz comes in the game, so that's what you gotta have you got to have that versatility, especially in your. Your second tier guys, you know your role players. Those guys need to be versatile and and be is, is one of those guys that you guys plucked the second touchdown that he had from the patriots who deserves credit for for unearthing out one? Well, I mean, we're always offense. Lee, we're always looking at at at at, you know, plays in and around the league in in different things. You catch something on TV. I mean, listen, it's it's, it fits into who we are fits into our, our sort of our DNA offensively called a very similar play towards the end of the game. You know, to Sean another receiver screen and he was able to, you know, drag a couple of guys for a first down on a big third down, play the end towards the end. So you know, it's something that a lot of lot of teams are doing it. You know, plus in the inside the five yard line. And it might be one of his easier TD receptions all season about what is it about Jalen skill set that makes him so -ffective inside the, it's the ten deep down. I think. I think both he end Rb both. I mean, they're, they're, they're physical guys. They can put hands in in in redirect routes. You know, inside the five yard, I think is where where they can really make, you know, make things hard for receivers and then and then just being able to clamp on and and you know, it's to strain down there obviously in the red zone, and they got to the gotta be on their guy. You know, all over the field. Both guys have just proven it over and over the down there you know is is is critical and they both come up making making plays already this season. Running back since I was a lot of chatter about looking for outside help, but you even alluded to it lasts earlier the week with Howie, you know, always checking around yesterday after the game, Corey clemen toll less navy. Some other guys that. He went to Howie and said, you don't need to look for outside help and how he responded with okay through. So what's your reaction to a running back wanting to stick with the guys here rather than have how we look for somebody on the outside. Let me start by saying, I didn't hear the conversation, so I'm not gonna put words in people's mouths until I hear it from them. But listen, I have total confidence in our runners. Now saying that as you guys know, we constantly and part of how he's job and Joe Douglas and our personnel is constantly adding talent if we can to every position on the roster. So we're very encouraged obviously with the current current situation, we love both guys and and really three guys with Josh. And then when sproles we get sproles back at some point, you know, we we, that's what we like, but were there. But at the same time, you know, are we constantly you know, trying to advocate you at talent? Yeah, we're gonna. We're gonna always do that and try to make a roster better. He's thrown across his body there, what's going through your own. I mean, you see, you kind of see what's happening and how things are developing, and, and you know, we always talk about, you know, kind of the cardinal rules of quarterbacks, but she out of the pocket is you can't throw the ball lay down, Bill focused. Usually things get picked off or or bad things happen, but whether or not he saw the penalty on hurts. You know, in the middle of field could've could've also said, hey, I got a free shot here, but you know what? That's that's who Carson his. That's his aggressiveness. That's what you love about him. And and just two guys making play in and and it was a pretty special play. The whole team, but is there an expectation with someone like Carson that when things are going against you will play. Yeah, that's what you want. You know, especially out of that position, the quarterback position, he definitely can can bring that spark at anytime during the course of a game and and really uplift your team. And you know, I think sometimes you know a franchise type player franchise quarterback, no way. Yeah, I think it's a, it's a great scraping to have, especially from one of your top leaders of teen screen passes to out Sean already from our called not much last year. Was that because just want them situations because of the shoulder? No, no ages comes down to wearing glasses and finding the screens on the call sheet. Knows where we can. You weren't around a mole lot. Was there at different. I dunno tenor around your team before during and after this, this game. You know, I think I think the guys these last two weeks. Having led a couple of games slip through our hands. In this is why love about the team is, is they the players? Don't panic. The players are resilient. The players players know players are smart guys around him. You know, they're smart. They understand what's going on. They see it the here at the read about it. They see it on television. So and his coaches, we point stuff out. So at some point, you know. When I talk about ownership, the guys have to take it upon themselves. To make the necessary changes to fix. We can't go down. Our behavior has to change, right. Our standards have to have to change a little bit have to elevate just a little bit and and I can stand up here and talk to the team and you don't tell them blue face, but until they realize until they take ownership of it until they sort of embrace it, it probably won't change. And what I saw last week was in really the last couple of weeks is they're saying and doing the right things. They're they're showing up to practice every day. They're they're not complaining about on a short week and row side, you know, running around and getting ready for Thursday night game. They're not. They're not making excuses for injury and that, and that's what that's what a our culture has established. That's what a veteran sort of led team can establish, and they've been braced that and they've, they've risen to the challenge. And I think I, I think they'd had enough and quite honestly. They, they rose to the occasion, you know, last night and and played played well in all three phases. All right. Thanks. We don't. Carson terms of tweet, progressives, farces, right action and getting see Jane. Well, I think you said it well right there. I think you just get more comfortable with with the speed game have missed so much time throughout the off season in training camp. I think settling nicely and find his rhythm. Down to l. shot where the coaching points where the blockers to make sure they're not getting flagged still dance with them. Yep. What's that was that me exactly that to, you know, try to create a little bit of a wall there and not get flagged for penalty. Tykwer is like that just to kind of ask them a little bit and try not to knock them back in the end zone pounding. I mean, we're creating a little bit of a wall there and give him a seem to get hands. Oh. How nice was a tap Corey back in him in the mix, figure that that will continue to increase the where he'll become the lead back. Again, those are your words in terms of lead back, but it's great to have Corey back in the mix in he adds a lot to our offense, both as a runner and a receiver on he's always done a really nice job and being conscientious in protection. So you know, having him back and available, certainly boost force offense. For more of a better word of Thursday night, just as he eased back end or not. No, no, he was full go. Yeah. You know, you have high expectations for him, but you know, he's the typically even further along than it was after four names last year, and it was off the severe injury. Is it better or the his heath seeded, your expectations? Well, we got higher speculations form. He's a tremendous player and we know the kind of player that he can be. He's he's very diligent about work towards becoming player and being consistent on every down and. I think you just see guys played three games now and is very comfortable in the system knows exactly where he wants to go with the ball, and you know he settled in nicely into the game in a short week. You know, you don't have as much much practice time and he's been very productive. So we feel like he can continue to do this. Chase Ozzy employed Peterson pretty. We've seen now this this past several weeks and said that he's probably a guy that is better with a week of preparations jumping in their little game. Yeah, I think that's true with any player or anybody. You know, everybody's better when they have the opportunity prepare, whether it be both mentally and physically for the jobs that we're gonna ask them do, of course of the game. You know, these guy that we have a lot of confidence and he played really well for us throughout the course of last season and did a nice job jumping in there on Thursday night. We hadn't might well earlier this year without those guys where you see virg- will mini often. Will, like you said, you know those two guys on the field with us right now. So were trying to create some of the circumstances in different ways. Tori was out there every week last last year. So it was a lot of continuity there and might goes down week to. So that's an element that were were searching for a little bit. Is that spot doesn't outside spun on the regime is designated for that type of player. No. I mean, I think there's a role for for that guy that vertical threat in this in a system. So we're using a bunch of different guys in that role. Not necessarily on the right, but just you know where you know in this scheme where that fits and. Hopefully Mike Mike's progressing in a chance to get him back here the season. Some of the other things you can do just to keep that these points go. Because when you when you do score points, you score four touchdowns face defeated. Stokes got here and gone. Is it a matter of just continuity and practice more to? Well, I think continuity is a very underrated thing. And so three weeks in a row, we've, we've basically had about the same group out there lose Jay, add, Corey back and things like that. But just speaking about Carson earlier and the continuity of him playing there for for the last several weeks I think is is big too. We just continue to try to, you know, put the offense together and put good plans together. The turnover, the defense creative force there on the second play. Guinness at great field position where to capitalize on that, obviously, that energizes everybody. To be to be to be able to go through the whole week, preparing this week and knowing these going to be in their left tackle. Yeah, I think it's still too early to make that determination. Does office coordinator, how much is changed your ability to individually teach guys when you see a problem for someone you just rely was on the position, coach do that or able to have you. If there's an issue or a question that position coach might have than we talked through it or if it's something that I see that I think that that needs to be pointed out, I'll bring it up to that position coach or, you know, talk talk it through the player. It's collaborative effort. Out there for two years now started you think he's playing better than with news. She was essentially made the switch. I would never make that comparison. But you know, every decision that we make is in the best interest of the team. Right? Tackle. Is it? Yeah, Isaac did a great job of jumping over there. I mean, that's that's hard to do. You know, you play left guard majority of the game, then you gotta move other over there to right tackle. And again speaks to his. Ability to be able to do that, both a mental flexibility and obviously the physical tools Bill do that's unique. Probably hasn't gotten any Rupp's not getting getting. I mean, you know, last week, short week anyway, really only one day on on the field. So there weren't refs to go round except for what you know you were scheduled to do adulation on this, but have you guys found yourself chipping war to counter what defenses are doing? No, I wouldn't say that that's been a part of what we did and we did a bunch of last year, so I wouldn't say it's been a more. I don't know that to say that there's a percentage. I don't know what that would be, but now there's certain things that we do try to do that on special. Have you gotten on on on Doug now that you're working even closer with them? The season beginning added perspective, heavy gotten on on Doug and how it goes about his business. You know, now working even close. I've learned a lot from, you know, just in our one on one dialogues about his preparation, how it goes about getting ready for the game, and you know he's got some some unique. He has been awesome, great people. Great teachers know coach Reid and people like that that he's been able to learn things from. So it's obviously not very good for me to be able to hear from him to do to get more snaps. Thanks Shelton's doing a lot of a lot of things. Things that are each and every week, and he's a guy that were working in the mix and he's one of those guys that does have the vertical speed that can take the top off of defense. So we're trying to utilize them in those roles. What part of the offense this year? What's been the difference for him from last year. I think he's he's been able to stay on the field. You know? He's he started off last season had a role in that it got banged up and. You know, it wasn't ever really be able to fit back in into that role whether you ever felt one hundred percent after that. I don't know. But he, you know his, he's been very consistent with his performance in very diligent with his preparation and all areas, whether it be running the ball, catching ball, the backfield in protecting the quarterback windows good job assessment of the way Jason. Painters played forty, seven deadlines, JP's obviously valued member of our offense of line got hall of fame credentials and and we're lucky that he's are left tackle. We're hopeful that he's going to be able to continue to play force. He had to dig Liz on place were necessarily designed to to get in the ball, use that as a sort of coaching for the rest of the guys. Well, you know, those those off schedule plays are plays. Don't come off in a game the way you practice those. Those kinds of plays change games. And you see each and every week on not just with the eagles. But you know, throughout the, you know the NFL. So. It was. It was heads up on Nelson's part tickly the ball tip that he grabs out the air and then turns out into a first down and an explosive play. And then the other third down conversion Carson pulls up. We're not rhythm any and Nelson does a good job of seeing it down the field. And you know, break into his left in Carson, sees him and we got a big place. Those those those plays change a game. You know, we talked a lot about continuity in this interview, and that's part of it. Just this fact that those two played ball together and now here three weeks in kind of starting to find that same continuity in familiarity with one another that they had throughout the course of last season. Drew back to Nelson quarterback in coach. How difficult is that throwing unreal. Yeah. I mean, just one of those throws at. From from, you know, a coach's perspective just say, while one of those kind of place and you know it's heads up on Shaun parties all the way on the left side of field works the back in line. Exactly the way you know that we coach it and you know, outrun slanted Collins there, and somehow Carson throws it against the momentum of his body back to the left and you think it's going into a Ogle trees hands, but was right past his his ear and into alshon arm. And obviously, you know, a third down and twelve. I think it was in the red zone. Those are hard to convert, and you know those those two, two guys making a heck of a place where you would probably tell it what about to throw with Carson's skill said, do fun yourself changing the coaching points because you can do things other guys? No. I mean, we, we still wanna play discipline football. It's it's kind of one of those those plays where you're like? No. And then yes, no. In this kind of deals. But we have absolute trust and confidence in Carson in his ability to field and make the right decision in. Like I said, those two guys may heck a play to get us off to a fast start of Zion. Most odd. The giant would areas. Do you feel that you can build on on from that against all the same areas that we've been talking about every week. I mean, I know we're not a sixteen third. Now we lesson third downs out there that we, we thought were makeable that we'd like to have back in that were coaching off of today on the tape in the red zone were four, six, but we want we want to be a hundred percent scoring touch down there, and we know that we need to score more touchdowns and just to talk about those two areas in particular, those there's two areas there that we can improve on and Sunday others in terms of penalties and negative place. No, those things were much improved in its testament, the guys and how they prepare last week and shore week and how determined they were to go there and play well Carolina. Could you talk about what you seem decent. Big, strong physical defense up front, very hard to move their big and hard run against leukemia. Obviously, you know, it's a chess match with him on every down on terms of, you know, his ability to react and understand what the offense is trying to do to him in attack their defense. So we know we gotta work cut out for excellent scheme. Very good players would not be challenges. Look at that defense is your biggest local. Luke Keithly unac-. So I mean, he's one of the premier middle linebackers in the league, and you know, not only as talented, but you know, he, he gets everybody aligned and and gets them going in the right direction. And so you know he, he poses a significant challenge. Good job, getting his hands on balls. The last week's worth taking wise to improve their think. It's probably something j. Mel in the in the red zone plays pretty good vision on the ball. You know, and that's a big emphasis for us. He's got great speed. Everybody knows that, but his ability to get his is back and be able to find the ball will each a little bit more Peavy use their pluses techniques in square. Done a nice job force. We're talking about defensive backs action, their all girl young about comes the only back. Uniform over twenty four the other night. What is it about me and you individually, but the whole group of how do they kind of overcome their lack of experience in their youth. We're still working progress there. Let's not give us any gold stars there yet. We've got a long way to go, but I think that all those guys are serious about their craft. They all work really hard core. He doesn't to Corey and Tim, both to a great job getting those guys ready. There's a lot of pride in their group. I've said a bunch of times. It's not about the individual performance when it comes to our defensive line. I'd say the same thing all all of opposition groups, but are secondaries in especially is an especially tight group. They do things together the they really taken all for one one for all mentality. And that serves them well. Coordinator, how difficult is the teacher pass rushers to be aggressive yet at the same time, avoid the roughing, the passer penalty. I don't know if you saw the coal last night, but a guy had Brady wrapped up ready pump fakes at a thought. The pass was gonna. Let him go and then Brady dove into the end some. And we've seen that few times over the years. So I mean, I I take myself back. I was working in Tennessee, Vince young, we're playing the giants and. I think it was keeping oca- defensive end at Boston College had a roughing the quarterback penalty on Vince young. Then there was a huge fourth down in the game we were. We were behind the game trying to get back up and and he had the quarterback wrapped up, but he was afraid to getting another roughing the quarterback and let him go. And he escaped and moved to sticks, and we ended up winning the game. So I mean, first of all, that's not. That's not anything that's new, you know, I mean, it obviously does a lot to your wariness. Like I said last week, you know, there's, there's a strike zone on quarterbacks that's different for every other position. Even defenseless receivers, you can still go low on those guys. You can still land with your weight on them. You know, you hit them in the air. You don't have to try to control your body around, but quarterback in the pocket. It's totally different story, and you know it does. It does make a different difficult. And you know, they'll say that's particularly this week when you talk about six-foot five, two hundred fifty pound. Quarterback who's hard enough to tackle just tackle him alone, but no. But you know, also worried about him and potentially getting a, you know, getting rough into quarterback, and then you also add all their designed runs. Cam Newton is opened up every designed run that you can imagine, and they've really ramped up their design quarterback runs this year over anything that they've done in the past. So you know, it certainly makes it difficult. We strike zone. We gotta stay in. You don't wanna hit them late. You got to amend the strike zone. You can't hit them with your head. And now when you're going down, you gotta do a good job of trying to get your weight off of that guy. You know, in the heat, a battle a little bit easier said than done. The same those. Yeah, but yeah, if went, but when he's when he sitting there like this, he still run now, he's protected like a passer, but he can. He can run at anytime not just when he's out of pocket. I mean they have designed runs that are almost wildcat type place. He's taken direct, snap and running quarterback power and quarterback counter and things like that. So if he's in a pass passing posture, he gets protection. If he's running, you know, then he doesn't. But you know, again, sometimes it's hard time give hard time decipher between the two two. That seems like this year like there have been more injuries on the defensive side of the ball than last year as defensive coordinator. I mean, like have you seen a season like this before and how do you compensate like I guess, until the big? Yeah. I wanted to reasons we cross train so many guys, and we put such an emphasis on versatility is because of this. And we had some some pretty well recognized injuries. Last year we were able to overcome. We are safety position was really tighter season last year loss riding for few games lost Corey, you know? So that's the injuries are nothing new. It's when you start getting multiple to position. It can become a, it can become challenging, but accidents will be straining of defense, backs winning your career. Did you see the value in that are developed at philosophy? Was it from another coacher cut at? Where'd you when you get there? I think it's probably more when offenses started using three wide receivers more, and you know, it sort of took the quote Bach safety out of the question, and you had to play. Everybody had to plan slit space and pretty much everybody had to be able to cover a. Wide receiver that was in the back end. If you just blitz one guy, somebody's gonna cover wide receiver. So you need corner skills in the back end. So I think I think probably somewhere mid two thousand zero two thousands that that model started to change, and I think you're seeing not just with us, but pretty much cross league now, ankles. Barkley was probably most of them use this kind of. You know with him? I don't. Yeah. I don't know if I if I tag those this mistake -als or just yet to tip tip the hat to him. He's he was. He was tough to handle a lot of our game plan when to try to minimize Odell Beckham touches made us a little bit more vulnerable to run back. That was a calculated risk. You know, the probably the most disappointing one there is just not even laying a glove on him. It wasn't so much making us miss the one time. We didn't even lay a glove on him. Anyone fifty five or whatever it was touchdown. That's probably most this appointing there, but guys like that you just gotta keep coming. You know, there are opportunities there guys that cut back a lot that you know make guys miss sometimes. And we saw with us couple times are big guys got shots on them later on down the more shots you get like that. Eventually, ball's gonna come loose. He was outstanding. In that game he was. He was certainly all we could handle with regards to run game is designed unique to anything. You see running the tax. No. I mean, you're seeing it from, you know, a lot of people you see across college football, but really no different than a lot of other teams you save for probably just their their willingness to do it in all down in distances and all feel positions. There's a lot of teams that will run zone, read stuff in the red zone or won't a short yardage play, but you know, Carolina. I don't think you can. I don't think you can put any kind of constraint on down distance third down in whatever you still got a candle. The quarterbacks designed runs second twenty. I think last night they had a second seventeen or second in twenty, and they ran the quarterback. You know this lot of other teams, you can sort of take him out if you're out of your off your radar in those situations. Not in this game there every everytime everytime everytime that ball snapped, whether it's designed run or just an all schedule scramble. We're gonna have to account for him. The next step in terms of. Just try to win the next game. A may not everybody's development right now. Just do whatever we can do to to win the next game. You know, Derrick tax been comedies playing outstanding football force, got a little bit setback with an injury, but you know, like where he's gone. Inside. What was the thought process between moving the rookie safety to slot as opposed with your layers of auntie took all those snaps in training camp there, and you know, just where we were, we just thought it was what we were doing with our corners in that game in the match up, we had both both Darby Jaylen her both young players, but they do have some experience and try to try to put the hat on those guys a little bit more. We could get a little bit more help to slot than we could outside. Carolina's offense changed much with north coming in or is it similar? No, I think there's significant changes. I mean, you see some familiar faces funchess McCaffrey Olsen obviously Cam Newton, significant changes on their offense of line. Significant changes at their otherwise receiver positions drafting DJ more. Get him in there. Different tight ends bringing bringing c. j. Anderson. So it's it's not just a new coordinator, but their significant different dynamic of players there. And like I said, I did just they just to to go spinal tap on day, just turn their quarterback runs up to eleven, you know, I mean, that's that's really probably the biggest difference. And you know credit to a guy like north Turner that's had really long career, but he's embrace that and and puts a lot of pressure on defense by. Hi, I'm curious, Fisher. I wanna tell you about another podcast. You should check out. It's called Rico decode every week. I talked to Tekken media key players about how they're changing our world. 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