As a rookie though, and a rookie in a very demanding scheme that has chewed up and spit out more corners than its created... there's got to be some hope that the first step will be found and he will be better reading the field. I'm not the type to assume it will but it's not unreasonable to have the game slow down a little.
he isn't quick to react. he just seems to be lead off by qbs too easily and cannot recover. he may be fast to get there but he is too far away to make all that speed worth anything.
he is marquise goodwin or tj graham for db's.
that's a snapshot of it because i'm tired but, yeah. he's just slow to move in football terms to get where he needs to be and slow to recover from his mistakes.
It'll be hard though with new scheme, new calls, new techniques. It'll be his third DB coach in 3 years teaching him what to do. All we can do is hope it clicks.
Edited by NoSaint, 20 April 2017 - 10:44 PM.