Northwestern vs Duke Liv. Gamedai just a few days. Therefore, when Saturday arrives, it is time to begin to delve a little deeper into the subtleties of the contest. Football, in its essence, is a game of separate games that all work together to form a game. All individual autopsies are crucial. But there are still some that are more important and influential than others. Let’s see three games that can decide the Northwestern game against Duke:
The Skowronek number per week is one three trapped by 47 yards relatively pedestrian. However, its ability to act as the receiving property and deep field of low threat makes it the best and most dangerous for the Northwest, which means it is important to be open on Saturday against Mark Gilbert, one of the best places in the world. country for him.
The preseason candidate for all the United States, Gilbert is a physical, autonomous corner with good skills. He threw three centimeters to Skowronek, which can be frustrating in the red zone, but his ability to hit with Skowronek routes and alter the band will be a key factor in determining success is the North-West attack.
Wildcats have many options in the receiver, but Skowronek is more important because of its consistency and versatility. If Clayton Thorson (or green TJ) can not regularly find Skowronek, there is a good chance that the passing game will do his best to create a marvel playing on the field. Skouronek has a great opportunity to get ahead of him against Gilbert, and it should be interesting to watch him.
In a game last season between the two teams, Rahmi ran against the secondary NU, throwing 12 receptions in 127 yards and blinking regularly.
Of course, the secondary northwest was completely ruined by injuries, forcing the safety of Kyle Keiro to play on the corner and Trau Williams to debut in the season when he was probably not ready. But, as the recipient of the property that manages the exact routes, Rahmming posed driving problems after the unit.
NU may not have a Hartage that obscures Rahming, in part because Duke has other solid receivers, but it may be a good idea. Rahming is not the most explosive receiver, but he moves the chains and makes it difficult for the Northwest field to fail in flight last season. If the protection coordinator.
Mike Hankvits must change the guarantee to cover Rahminga, in NU they have problems with the box against the Duke of the weighing system or in the middle of the field against the sports group with the wings closed. Hartage is the best corner of Northwestern, so he’d like to think he can get Rachmings out of the game and release security. We will see on Saturday.
Jones cheated the Northwest defense throughout the game last season, mixing an intermediate shot and running in an unpredictable and dangerous attack. Jones’ ability to neutralize the NU midfielders in the pass option completely dictated the game; Paddy Fisher had 18 marches, but that was largely because the Duke was in the field a lot.
On Saturday, Fisher, Nate Hall and Blake Gallagher will have to diagnose these RPOs and play in defense against breaking the sound. If any of the midfielders has overcome the game, Jones has legs and a hand to pay. The defensive line plays an equally important role, violating these options, but the midfielders tend to make plays, and the lost tackles can really hurt this week.
In the second half of last week, the defense faced a similar problem against David Blau and Purdue, but Jones became the best runner that Black and Duke represented a more balanced threat. The presence of the fiasco movie from last season will undoubtedly help to expel RPO this year, but regardless of whether the midfielder will be able to adapt to the new wrinkles that Duke deploys, it will be key.