Thanks Kapp!!!! that’s great to hear . I wonder how much of Bradbury’s improved play is experience and how much is finally having a competent G next to himJ. Kapp 11 wrote: ↑Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:56 pmThe O-line was fantastic today, especially in the running game. They are getting better every week. Cleveland is really coming on, as is Bradbury. Certainly Cook is really good, but the guys up front gave him the seams he needed. Detroit's pass rush isn't the greatest, but it's still the NFL, and except for a corner blitz on Cousins' blind side that didn't get picked up, they kept Cousins clean all day.VikingPaul73 wrote: ↑Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:14 pmI missed the game
How did the OL look? Was it all individual effort by Cook today or was the OL opening nice lanes? How did they look in pass protection? Just wondering if they are continuing to improve and how Ezra looks at RG
How about the rookies on D?
Rookies on D ... Wonnum was winning a lot of pass rush battles. I thought he got held a lot, but nothing called, as is pretty much normal this season. Gladney looked tons better out there, very quick and in position. Plus he tackled like a young Antoine Winfield. Didn't see much of Lynch today. Dye played a little but wasn't particularly good.
I wasn’t impressed with lynch at all last week so I’m not surprised he didn’t play much today. Wonnum is exciting , hopefully he continues to get opportunities this year.
I think this team is turning a corner. Heck if they didn’t blow that Seahawks game they would be 4-4