On Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay had just four catches but he made them count as he racked up 105 yards (26.25 yards per reception).
According to Bryce Rossler, who occasionally writes for Lions Wire, Golladay may have been inadvertently tipping plays on Sunday.
While charting the game, Rossler noticed that Golladay left his mouthpiece out on four plays and all four plays were runs but when he had his mouthpiece in on 100% of dropbacks.
Thought I noticed an interesting tendency while charting the Lions-Jags game, so I went back and rewatched all of Kenny Golladay’s snaps. He left his mouthpiece out on four plays and all four were runs, but he had his mouthpiece in on 100% of dropbacks. #analytics
— Bryce Rossler (@btrossler) October 21, 2020
Let’s hope that this information gets passed along to the Lions so that they can have a little chat with Golladay about putting his mouthpiece in on EVERY plays so that he does not tip off the opposing defense!