Given a sliver of space, Jaguars tailback Leonard Fournette will burst through it. Given nothing but a pile of bodies to run at, Fournette will at least post a small gain.
Fournette’s ability to salvage something out of very little was one of the takeaways from his nine-carry, 31-yard performance in Thursday’s 31-24 win over the New England Patriots’ back-ups.
A carry-by-carry look at Fournette’s performance (12 snaps):
*First-and-10 (four yards): Three yards after contact when RG A.J. Cann and LG Patrick Omameh could not sustain their blocks.
*Second-and-6 (five yards): Two yards after contact when Cann and Omameh again didn’t hold their blocks.
*Third-and-1 (no gain): Got a bad spot on what should have been a conversion. FB Tommy Bohanon appeared to have missed getting up-field to LB Elandon Roberts.
*Fourth-and-1 (eight yards): Solid blocks by Omameh and C Brandon Linder produced six yards of clean running before contact.
*Second-and-3 (four yards): Posted three yards after contact when DE Kony Ealy beat TE Marcedes Lewis.
*First-and-10 (two yards): Ran into traffic and used a spin move to get a short gain to the right side.
*First-and-goal (four yards): From the eight-yard line, started up the middle, darted left and then used another spin move to get further outside.
*Second-and-goal (three yards): Through the right side to set up his
Article source: http://jacksonville.com/sports/jaguars/2017-08-11/jaguars-insider-recapping-preseason-opener
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