How does a backwards poet write?
Some interesting criticism of Ajayi’s role in the passing game. Also some questions regarding his offensive line. They even brought up the concerns about his knee and early-career injuries. While a lot of other writers have been on the Jay Train, this guy seems a bit cooler on Ajayi. Only one way to find out.
This is an encouraging blog entry regarding the Bill’s special teams and encouraging words about Vallejo’s tackling skills. Good. It starts with the coaching staff noticing how sure of a tackler he is, then more plays on the defensive side of the ball, then
world domination a starting spot on the defense. Baby steps.
The Baltimore Ravens clock in at no. 3. The reason for that high of rating? Two words: Kamalei Correa. The only reason (no, not really, but we can pretend).
The New York Giants’ SB Nation blog, Big Blue View, goes over Darian Thompson and his return to the defense, and how it can change things. Check it out.
Rees Odhiambo has been starting left guard, but the prediction is that he will be relegated to back up once Luke Joeckel returns. Still plenty of time for Mr. Odhiambo to keep that starting spot.
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