The Rock Posted November 10, 2015 Share Posted November 10, 2015 (edited) STUDS: CB Desmond Trufant- Pretty much lock down most of the game, he wasn't challenged much as a result.LB Phillip Wheeler: He looked like our best linebacker out there, the run and hit type, loved how he knocked out Gabbert. He should get some more playing time. I know I will get flamed by Worrilow lovers but he appeared slightly better and I would love to see Wheeler and Durant featured in our nickle package.WR Eric Weems: I've been hating on him all season because he's done practically nothing in the return game, but this game he actually turned in a solid performance. Besides getting tackled by the kicker, he did well. Owner Arthur Blank: Someone on the sidelines staff told Blank to step back because he was almost standing on the field, and Blank replied with something to the effect of "I own the Falcons, I can be here." I couldn't hear the exact words but the staff member shook his head in disbelief and let Blank stand wherever he wanted.JABRONI:LB Brooks Reed: This man was invisible. He couldn't get off blocks, he always seemed a step to slow chasing the ball carrier, can't change directions and lapsed on containment a couple of times including the costly 3rd down conversion at the end of the game. LB Nate Stupar: This guy is terrible in coverage and is all about trying to be a hero. He acts like he won the superbowl when he tackles someone 3-4 yards down field. He is not disciplined and cost us the first touchdown to Celek by trying to be the hero and left his man wide open. There's a reason he couldn't even make Jacksonville's roster.The entire DLine: Particularly the pass rush, nothing new here, QBs have all day to throw. Can someone tell Beasley that when you perform a spin move, the defender needs to be very close. I swear multiple times this year Beasley has tried to spin way too early and the defender just watches until he's done spinning and then engages.Coach Brian Cox: The technique from the defensive line has been terrible all year and the defensive linemen look like they have no idea where they are going when they do stunts. Cox's is suppose to bring attitude and nastiness to our DLine and I haven't seen it in the last 2 seasons. CB Jalen Collins: He still has trouble staying with his man. He doesn't jam WRs at the line, and has trouble changing directions. Granted he is a rookie, but I haven't seen any progress in his game, pretty much the same player from preseason. He almost plays like Southward, hopefully he doesn't turnout like Southward.That's my list, what is yours?EDIT: Added Jalen Collins to Jabroni Edited November 10, 2015 by The Rock Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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