01 December 2019 20:35
Wide receiver Willie Snead IV talks about what defenses are doing against the offense, what it meant to him to be signed to an extension and the 49ers. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market. BALTIMORE--Entering Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens had not allowed a point on every opponent's opening possession all season. San Francisco receiver Deebo Samuel changed that less than three minutes into Sunday's matchup. Facing fourth-and-2 at Baltimore's 33 on what, to that point, had been a choppy drive, Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo dropped back and let a deep pass fly down the right sideline.
With multiple Baltimore defenders in the area, Samuel attacked the ball in front of a flat-footed Marcus Peters, snatched it out of the air and scurried into the end zone for a touchdown and a quick 7-0 lead. Samuel, who has been one of the Niners' most consistent offensive performers of late, now has at least 100 receiving yards or a touchdown in each of his past four games. Through the first seven games of the season, he had zero 100-yard games and one receiving touchdown. Samuel's touchdown was the fourth-longest fourth-down play by the 49ers since Colin Kaepernick completed a 51-yard pass to Michael Crabtree against the Saints in 2014. Everton are reportedly interested in Everton Soares.
Soares has a good reputation in Brazil, and given that he is only 23 years of age, he will be a smart long-term signing for Everton. Of course, it could take a while for the 23-year-old to settle into life in England and establish himself in the Everton first team, but he has what it takes to be a success at Goodison Park in the long run. Everton are struggling at the moment, and the Merseyside outfit do need to start winning matches. Everton's season took a turn for the worst as they slipped to a last gasp deefat at Leicester City. The Blues took the lead through Richarlison, before Jamie Vardy and a 94th minute winner from Kelechi Iheanacho gave the Foxes all three points.
Here Adam Jones runs his eye over the Blues showing. Was certainly worked harder in the second half by the hosts than he was in the first, and he produced a fine save to stop to deny Ricardo an equaliser before Vardy eventually bundled one in. Looked a little more shaky than usual here. Eventually the correct decision was made over a potential Leicester penalty shout against him, but he was a little lucky his poor touch there wasn't pounced upon by Chilwell more effectively. Then, the centre-back was caught napping a little for Jamie Vardy to equalise in the second half. The most comfortable of Everton's three centre-backs throughout proceedings. As you'd expect, he dominated the aerial battle whenever a high ball was played over, but Vardy and later Iheanacho were always going to cause problems in his attempts to run in behind. (Image: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images) Michael Keane Making his first start since the away match against Brighton it was maybe always going to take the England international time to get into the swing of things, and that did prove to be the case. After a sloppy first half saw the defender a little shaky in possession, he grew into the game by the second half and had a bit more of a comfortable time. His delivery from the right flank is starting to become a bit of a weapon for Everton isn't it? His inch-perfect cross to Richarlison was exactly what the Brazilian needed to give the visitors the lead and his ability get put in tackles even high up the pitch is now a regular feature. A switch of system meant a bit of a different role for Tom Davies, but he never shied away from his responsibility. He will be disappointed to have lost a 50/50 challenge in the build-up Leicester's equaliser, and that he was sloppy in giving the ball away for Kelechi Iheanacho's decisive winner. A bit of a quiet game in an attacking sense for the Icelandic international but it's clear to see he can play in that deeper role in the midfield. He's got the strength to hold off challenges and his passing range offers something different. On a couple of occasions as well in this match, his defensive contribution was very important. If there was one criticism, however, it would be that he needed to work a little better with Keane to stop Leicester attacks down that flank, especially in the first half. Didn't prove to be as effective as Everton fans know he can be, giving the ball away a few too many times. He was replaced with 15 minutes to go and he can probably have few complaints, but perhaps the system didn't suit the summer signing. (Image: Tony McArdle - Everton FC/Everton FC via Getty Images) Richarlison So often Everton's danger-man, and he's proven that once more again in this match. Richarlison showed great desire to get in front of Ricardo to head home the opening goal and was constantly a thorn in the side of the Leicester full back. Dominic Calvert-Lewin We all know what Dominic Calvert-Lewin's best attributes are by now. His strong hold-up play, aerial ability and work rate were all vital components for Everton throughout his time on the pitch and he can maybe count himself unfortunate to have been withdrawn early. Moise Kean A performance full of energy from the striker when coming off the bench as he clearly had a point to prove. Didn't really get a touch of the ball.