It was an impressive effort especially considering he had not played DE since high school.
What are you going on about Scot? He had 13 catches for 139 yards and 2 TDs on the road just last week.
Besides, of his 3 catches against the Chargers, one was a key 3rd down coversion that set up Pollard's TD. And another was a key reception on the game-winning drive.
Sorry, maybe streak was not the best term to use
How about overall shitty performance on away games in general.
He had one good away game since 2019. Then he follows it up with another typical no show with 3 catches for 24. And gets hurt to boot. Which is also typical.
He’s supposed to be our #1 WR. The game he had vs the Bucs “should” be his typical game. Not this no show bullshit that he is now known for on away games.
Our TE, and both of our running backs had better receiving stats for yesterday’s game than Coop had. Hell our fourth WR almost had better stats with 2 catches for 20 and 16 of those yards came off one single play.
Coop needs to show up every game as a #1 WR.
No, losing DLaw didnt improve anything football genius.First of all, losing two guys off the DL actually improved it. Imagine that. The rookie LB #11 played DT and was energetic and actually recorded a sack. He was outweighed quite a bit by the blockers but managed to be effective. Plus his pursuit was outstanding.
We provided resistance, which is more than can be said for any game last year.
Typo. DE. I watched him the entire game.
Somehow we got more production out of this group than we ever see out of the defense line. Less was somehow more. It was obvious.
Chemistry baby. #11 had them worried with his quickness and pursuit. Game 'em hell. 8 pressures and a sack. Best DL performance we've had in years.They averaged 5.0 yds per carry on run plays, we got two sacks (one might not have been a sack), no drives ended in punts. The other team probably lost at least 100+ yds on total offense on penalties and at least one or two tds because of said penalties.
And somehow you think we "got more production"
Chemistry baby. #11 had them worried with his quickness and pursuit. Game 'em hell. 8 pressures and a sack. Best DL performance we've had in years.
I was addressing the falling apart of the Charger's offense in crunch time inside the red zone. It was #11 that caused them to lose their heads and commit penalty after penalty. They'd seen nothing like this in a long time. The dude was a whirling dervish and had them worried all day.None of the other DE's did anything save maybe one play by Armstrong. The rookie DT had a couple nice plays but as a group they didn't do anything either.
That outweighed him by at least 100lbs and has vastly more line experience.it should be noted he played against a backup OT for the vast majority of his snaps too.