I can tell you with that one he will be quite uncomfortable trying to sleep unless he takes a sedative.Duds...injuries piling up.
Jaire injured the ac joint in his shoulder. No word on how bad.
This is how the Steelers make you play even if you beat them. There are no pretty clean executed games when you play the AFC North. Be prepared for a street fight. An ugly win is better than a pretty loss.Studs: Randall Cobb - several great plays and he is starting to heat up when needed
Devante Adams - continues to lead and delivers when called upon
Nijman - Did a pretty good job in pass pro and filling in well
AJ Dillon - the change of pace was pretty effective and shortened the game
Duds: St Brown - appears to be confused after all this time on what role he is there to fill and hasnt really caught on
Tripping - a week after being penalized, blind eye on an obvious one that shouldve been called
Deguara - needs to sustain blocks and whiffed a few times
This game was a bit sloppy but did enough to get a W against a washed up once great Big Ben. The injuries are now piling up and could prove critical. Rodgers was in command and it magically evaporated. Not that impressive of a showing. Hard to tell if the Defense can plug n play and be effective. Jaire has been mediocre the last few weeks and is now injured. Stokes is hot and cold. The tackling was subpar at times and inconsistent. Win ugly and move on.
Their game plan sucks. New OC isn't up to scratch. Big Ben can't throw and they rarely ran slants or toss to RBs till final quarter.
Yeah. I liked what Dillon offers. We have a decent run blocking unit considering the relative inexperience at OL. Dillon is a hammer going through the line. He was instrumental in several rushing and passing 1st downs. His yards production (97 yards) was 26.4% of the total Offense on 22.2% of the O plays (72).AJ Dillon and Cobb have to be added to this list