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It was obvious that this week we should look at La'el Collins at right tackle as he tries to tangle with Oakland's Khalil Mack. Unfortunately, this is one of those weeks where we really wanted to see the All-22's to get a complete look at the evening
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As our trek through the preseason continues, we take our weekly look at the tape. It was obvious that this week we should look at La'el Collins at right tackle as he tries to tangle with Oakland's Khalil Mack. Unfortunately, this is one of those weeks where we really wanted to see the All-22's to get a complete look at the evening Collins had against the fantastic talent and NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Mack is a nightmare to deal with and has 30 sacks in his 3 NFL seasons. He is a handful for everyone, so a player like Collins who has never played right tackle would certainly have quite an evening to see where he stands as they prepare for the season. That seemed like an obvious opportunity to take a look at some views off the TV copy. Collins played the entire 1st half and most of his work was against Mack - although not all of it. I must confess I watched the game on a 24 hour delay and was subjected to some reviews from others before I jumped in. Trusted football mind Evan... If you play half a game and commit 3 penalties there is almost no other way to characterize a performance than "rough go". 3 penalties is an excellent season for some, so you don't want 3 in 26 snaps. But, I still planned to break down this Collins vs Mack showdown (for better or worse) and see what the tape said. Let's grab 12 GIFs and take a look:. Both are very tall humans going at it, and it looks like he does get the head with his right hand. Innocent mistake, careless, and needs to be cleaned up. But, when I see penalties I am looking for a man who is getting beat looking for a last resort. I don't see anything here that says Collins had to do this. Big difference for me. . Penalty 3 is the one where he is holding because he got beat. James Cowser beats him and Collins gets his arm in that holding position before falling on top of him. Pretty legit holding maneuver there and the only one where it looks like he does it because he was losing for a moment. Perhaps he underestimated the least recognizable of the players he faced, but again, that was the one moment all night where I saw him lose for even a moment. I saw competence and excellence from a player who is figuring things out but also has already been paid handsomely because the Cowboys know he is going to be something, too. I did not see a "rough go", but in Silva's defense (and others) 3 penalties is 3 penalties anyway you rationalize it. Clean that up and the Cowboys have another blue-chip potential player at right tackle. Doug Free was very good for a decade, but penalties and athletic mismatches caught up to him. Collins will not face many athletic mismatches. He is going to be very good very soon, in my estimation. He will need to be, because starting Week 1, most every team attacks the right tackle with speed rushers.
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