Yes he does. The coaches upstairs all come down to the locker room.
There are zero combined QB hits in this game. Zero! No pass rush in either direction so far.
Lots of teams run a 3-4 defense. And scheme is less of an issue up front than it is near the back end. So I'd say it has to do with talent and other factors.
Not really. We've always said he has the best ball skills in the secondary.
20 feet to my right in the press box.
Upping the ante, obviously. 82-14 Steelers.
UConn. But back to football.
I would think so. Packers have done well running the ball. They can put some drives together behind Williams.
Sure, we say hello and stuff like that. Nothing more though.
Steelers are 5/9 on third down.
Josh Jones has been exposed in coverage many times this year. He's much better at the line of scrimmage than he is beyond it.
He doesn't show much emotion in either direction. Ball, Wolf, Highsmith are more demonstrative.
Kenny Clark had a chance before his injury.