Washington Commanders Vs Baltimore Ravens – The final game of the preseason was a bit boring when it came to the Washington Commanders’ offense. The third team consisted of a porous offensive line and back-up skill positions with just one successful touchdown that night.
Washington Commanders Vs Baltimore Ravens
Sam Howell – Howell was a bright spot on a dull evening. The rookie played the full game, making 24 of 35 attempts for 280 yards and one touchdown. If Diami Brown hadn’t dropped a beautifully thrown ball into the pylon, he could have gained over 310 yards and another touchdown. Sam did all this under constant pressure all night long. He also led the team in rushing with 62 yards.
Washington Commander Vs Baltimore Ravens
Dhyami does not play when it should be made. Must catch this ball! pic.twitter.com/QBLbbk3p8e — Mark Tyler (Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 27, 2022
It’s not a hard throw here, but watch how quickly Howell gets out of the play action fake, resets the base, and unleashes a perfect attack! pic.twitter.com/djBKvfdB78 — Mark Tyler, Hogs Heaven ) (@Tiller56) August 28, 2022
Jeremy Reeves – Against Baltimore on Saturday, Reeves played like a big fish in a small pond. He finished second on the team with five tackles (one of which was conceded) and had solid coverage. He brings that penchant for big hits every time he takes the field.
Jarrett Patterson – Patterson ran hard behind a bad offensive line. He shared carries with Bonafon, gaining 47 yards on 11 carries and catching four passes for 45 yards.
Washington Commanders Rb Reggie Bonnafon (38) In Action During A Preseason Game Against The Baltimore Ravens At M&t Bank Stadium In Baltimore, Maryland On August 27, 2022. Photo/ Mike Buscher / Cal
Diami Brown – The second-year player did nothing to distinguish himself in what has now become a crowded wide-receiver room in the preseason. In fact, his drop should have made him question how much he could actually contribute to this team. Obviously he took his eyes off the ball when he saw the safety up, but the drop was just unforgivable. Brown joins the team, but has a long way to go in playing time.
Reggie Bonafon – Bonafon is a good receiver from the backfield, but he doesn’t run very well between tackles and is a poor passer as a pro.
My GOODS Bonafon can’t protect you! This is his 3rd time seeing him blown away in this game ♂️ He’s not even his PS material pic.twitter.com/vCmiMMZe2l — Mark Tyler (Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 28, 2022
Danny Johnson – Johnson is still having a bad preseason. He has been the target of many passes and was burned again on Saturday with a double move aimed at an easy touchdown.
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Danny Johnson didn’t make this team. He had a great preseason! pic.twitter.com/Hg7cxd4uZq — Mark Tyler (Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 27, 2022
Dejuan Neal – If you think Danny Johnson is bad, check out Dejuan Neal! Oh, why should we spend so much time on this off-roster player…
Neil got hit again!!!This is really pathetic…I can’t help but think the staff actually scours the waiver thread for tracks that can play DB. pic.twitter.com/G43iOyqxGA — Mark Tyler (Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 28, 2022
Shaka Tony – Playing for the third team, Tony continues to show a lack of discipline in maintaining the integrity of the gap in run games. I believe it was the play below that ultimately caused him to be cut.
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It’s on Shaka Toney – and he does it all the time! It turns out that Ron is not going to put up with this crap anymore and he is sacrificing himself for this. pic.twitter.com/QGk1MeEdyJ — Mark Tyler (Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 28, 2022
Left side of the offensive line – The rest of the offensive line group has been pretty bad, except for rookie Chris Paul, who I thought played pretty good. But John Toth, Willie Beavers and Aaron Monterio got cake! Neither should be on the 53-man roster, so there isn’t much to see here either.
Jammin Davis played two of his series and made the impact felt. He’s looking very comfortable this offseason and I believe he’s ready for a big jump in his second year.
This is the kind of play I expect from Jamin Davis. He played this run inside out and has great closing speed. Year 2 LB is really starting to wrap up pic.twitter.com/7NWvBoNuHo — Mark Tyler(Hogs Haven) (@Tiller56) August 28, 2022
Baltimore Ravens Cornerback David Vereen (33) Lines Up Against The Washington Commanders In The Second Half Of A Preseason Nfl Football Game, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022, In Baltimore. (ap Photo/julio Cortez Stock
As I mentioned above, I thought rookie Chris Paul was the only bright spot on the offensive line on Saturday night. It’s hard to gauge the level of competition he was up against, but I thought he played well nonetheless.
Corn Elder is one of the most consistent backups in his corner this preseason. I think he’s done enough to make this team. The Washington Commanders finally scored a touchdown when Reggie Bonaphon dived for a direct hit on the pylon. It was turned down, but of course it was overturned by a touchdown. WR Matt Cole dropped a pass from Sam Howell into the end zone and failed to convert two points to catch up with the tie. The team got the ball back with 2:16 left in the game, giving Sam Howell a chance to become a preseason legend by leading the team from their own 16-yard line. This drive failed to produce a score and ended in an incomplete pass on fourth down.
Oh my god It ended with the Ravens mascot being stripped off. pic.twitter.com/PqspTUHsng — Michael Phillips (@michaelpRTD) August 28, 2022
Dejuan Neal’s coverage looked pretty tight, but a 50-yard bomb wouldn’t help his chances. — Chris Russell, aka! (@Russellmania621) August 28, 2022
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Really tired of watching this…. Another deep completion on a double move by the Ravens — Paul Conner (@P_ConnerJr) Aug 28, 2022
Touchdown Baltimore. Anthony Brown ran a 6-yard score to close out a 4-play, 86-yard drive. The score is now 17-6 in favor of Baltimore. — Zach Selby (@ZachSelbyWC) August 28, 2022
It certainly looked more like a Sam Howell pass than a pocket fumble. It seems that it was a pass. In review when the Ravens return a loose ball in a TD. — Ben Standig (@BenStandig) August 28, 2022
Who doesn’t love Sam Howell? Tough, slightly poisonous, strong arm, great escape. — Chris Russell, aka ! (@Russellmania621) August 28, 2022
Washington Commanders Qb Sam Howell Praises ‘really Good’ Ravens Defense
This positive is overshadowed by the fact that the foul/penalty prevented the commander from entering the end zone. https://t.co/BgNf9bzkfl — Zach Selby (@ZachSelbyWC) August 28, 2022
# The commander allowed four offensive penalties and a sack on the first play of the series, plus a near turnover. — Chris Russell, aka! (@ Russellmania621) August 28, 2022
Washington completely dominates the Ravens on the ground so far: Baltimore gains 21 yards on 12 carries — Zach Selby (@ZachSelbyWC) Aug 28, 2022
Jarrett Patterson is leading the team in receiving and rushing so far. He touched 15 times for 92 yards — Zach Selby (@ZachSelbyWC) August 28, 2022
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Howell seems to have done a good job of getting over his progress quickly. Let’s move his leg. Tonight was accurate — John Keim (@john_keim) Aug 28, 2022
Upon closer inspection, it’s Reggie Bonafon TD and @Commanders are within two of him. pic.twitter.com/scm1UmBCfp — NBC Sports Commanders (@NBCSCommanders) August 28, 2022
I don’t know how I left him out of the 1. Looked like he had a touchdown and he should be on the goal line if not — John Keim (@john_keim) Aug 28, 2022
Touchdown for Washington after Ron Rivera’s challenge. Washington trails 17-15 after Reggie Bonaphon dives into the endzone to cut the score to 2 and a botched 2-point conversion — Zach Selby (@ZachSelbyWC) August 28, 2022
Washington Commanders Battle Ravens Before, During, And After The Whistle On Day 1 Of Joint Practices
Reggie Bonaphon made a 13-yard touchdown catch from Sam Howell to pull Washington within 17-15 with 5:31 remaining. However, a two-point conversion attempt from Howell to Matt Cole fell flat. The Ravens are just short of a 22-game winning streak. — Ben Standig (@BenStandig) August 28, 2022
A perfect pass from Sam Howell just bounced off Matt Cole’s chest on a two-point shot. pic.twitter.com/zpiVkCj8nK — Nicky Jabvala (@NickiJhabvala) August 28, 2022
Ball, 2 minutes 16 seconds left, 2 down. At 16 his 3 TO’s Away #WASvsBAL | #HTTC — Washington Commanders (@Commanders) Aug 28, 2022 Share All Share Options: Commanders Fans Co-Practice Arrangement With Ravens and Sam Howell’s predictions of success
Joint training is growing in popularity among NFL teams. Aside from competition, coaches are more in control through situational training, and in preseason games, starters only play a limited number of snaps, allowing them to play better quality in situations where injuries are more likely to be avoided. Get a chance to practice.
Preseason: Washington Commanders V Baltimore Ravens
The Redskins hosted the Patriots’ joint practice in 2014, and Bill Belichick seemed quite happy with the arrangement.
“As the head coach of an NFL team, you don’t get a lot of opportunity to see what other people are doing,” Belichick said. “So it’s kind of one of the few opportunities in the NFL to work with another staff member, another team. You always get something. There are a lot of good coaches [at the Redskins].”
The downside is that for two different players,