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He was also instrumental in shutting down Clemson running back Travis Etienne, who managed 96 yards from scrimmage and a three-yard touchdown in the Sugar Bowl.
Brady attempted seven passes more than 20 yards past the line of scrimmage and completed four of them.
On the game’s first play from scrimmage, from the Pittsburgh 22, a bad snap went over the head of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and rolled back toward his end zone.
Laviolette and his staff started to meet with players after the scrimmage Sunday night regarding roster cuts.
Among that group, only Dalvin Cook and David Montgomery produced more yards from scrimmage than Jones.
“There are pairs in place, and we didn’t want to just throw everything away and what we had worked on in the last couple days, so what we would like to do is get to the scrimmage and just evaluate and see how things look,” Laviolette said.
At that point, Fields broke through the line of scrimmage and had the first-down marker in his sights.
Likewise, if it’s a more obvious running situation, the defense will want to make sure they have enough players near the line of scrimmage to be “gap sound” and properly defend the run.
Over his past two games — a win over Green Bay and another division win Sunday — he has gained 478 yards from scrimmage and scored six touchdowns.
After the defense made a big stop on fourth and one on the Giants’ opening possession, Allen connected with Gibson for a 21-yard gain on Washington’s first play from scrimmage.

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