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Postby linchao » Sat Apr 13, 2019 4:04 am

Former NFL offensive lineman Frank Garcia was arrested over the weekend for a misdemeanor assault of a female , according to Langston Wertz Jr. of the .Garcia, a former fourth round pick of the Carolina Panthers, was arrested on Saturday afternoon in a south Charlotte neighborhood. The 29-year old alleged victim sustained minor injuries but she declined medical treatment.Garcia spent nine years in the NFL playing for the Panthers, St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals. He is currently an afternoon talk show host at 610 WFNZ in Charlotte and has been an assistant high school football coach for Charlotte Catholic. Garcia has been suspended from his coaching duties following the incident as Charlotte Catholic plays for the state title in their division this weekend.He did not appear on his radio show on Monday either as his court appearance for the incident was scheduled for Monday morning. QuarterbacksQB Jared Goff didn’t have impressive numbers, but he got out of the way by allowing the running game to dominate and he didn’t turnover the ball. So , this didn’t turn out to be the Jared Goff show that I was expecting, but I’ll take it.Running BacksThe Los Angeles Rams officially have a two-headed monster in the backfield and though we didn’t see this coming in the preseason, it’s a very welcome sight going into the NFC Championship game. Gurley and the meatball — I like the sound of that. RB C.J. Anderson and RB Todd Gurley both ran for over 100 yards, which set the tone of the game.Offensive LineLT Andrew Whitworth was downright disrespectful of the Dallas Cowboys as he led the Rams offensive line to their most impressive game of the season. 273 rushing yards and a lot of time for Goff to throw the ball was exactly what the Rams needed. Timing is everything.Tight EndsTE Tyler Higbee did have a nice 19-yard catch, but his partner is crime Los Angeles Rams Customized Jerseys , TE Gerald Everett, failed to grab a catch with his two targets. Wide ReceiversThis was a matchup that wasn’t about the passing game, but WR Robert Woods and WR Brandin Cooks still showed up and did their jobs. Cooks had an spectacular catch in the end zone that was called back, but those are the breaks.Defensive LineFor a game that was predicted to be all about RB Ezekiel Elliott taking advantage of the Rams run defense, this was quite the performance. DL Ndamukong Suh was fantastic at stopping the run , limiting the Cowboys rushing attack to 50 yards.LinebackersLB Dante Fowler Jr. had a nice game, getting to QB Dak Prescott for a loss. The LBs had to deal with a pass-heavy Cowboys team since they were coming from behind and they did an admirable job not allowing the ‘Boys to make it too close. LB Cory Littleton also showed some flashes of brilliance, finding a way to be everywhere on the field all at the same time.Defensive BacksCan one player bring down a grade for some pretty good play by the entire unit? Well, CB Marcus Peter tried his best! And S Lamarcus Joyner was uneven in his play, making the secondary the biggest weak spot of the team. They weren’t “unlocked Angeles Los Angeles Rams Hats ,” but maybe “unhinged Angeles.” The Marcus Peters beefs with WR Amari Cooper were a major distraction and completely unnecessary for a playoff game. Special TeamsK Greg Zuerlein put 12 points on the board and P Johnny Hekker didn’t have to punt more than once, but it wasn’t a great punt. Not sure what’s going on with him lately — Hekker doesn’t seem to be the dominant punter that he used to be, maybe due to his lack of opportunities? CoachingThe offensive play calling was absolutely masterful and was exactly what was needed. Coach McVay hit it out of the park to grab his first playoff victory as an NFL head coach. And the defensive approach to the Cowboys run game was, well, you saw the game — Wade Phillips killed it.
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