Thank you for posting this. Good stuff. Paris looked pretty solid and only really got beat the one time.I don’t know how to show it, but here’s the link of Paris vs Will.
I think Johnson has bumped the wall, but not smashed into it. In the old days the best defensive rusher was on the left (blindside of right-handed passers). Now they’re often on the right. Johnson has been steady but not flashy. We’ll know much more after his second year. He now knows what he’s up against, so what he does in the offseason will determine his career trajectory.
considering play calls and line flips...I would think 12 to 20 is an accurate representation...especially when you know that Anderson only got a coverage sack against PJ...and 2 hurries I thinkThat is interesting. But we ran about 60 plays. So, is it really representative? Maybe he was biased towards picking plays that made it look like a great matchup?