MIAMI GARDENS, FL - DECEMBER 11: Defensive end Phillip Hunt #76 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates a safety against back-up Quarterback J.P. Losmand #6 (L) of the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on December 11, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
You need to change the way you think about Hunt. He is no longer a fringe guy trying to play his way on the roster. Hunt is now part of the team, the same as Trent Cole, Nate Allen, or Evan Mathis. Hunt is an Eagle. At this point, he's the #3 DE on the team
Mychal Kendricks is a man-beast. The only way to put it is that that guy is freaking everywhere. One play that caught my eye was blitz in which he came free on the left side of the Pats' line. It was Kendricks one-on-one against the RB. Kendricks destroyed in one-on-one's in training camp, and this was no different. Kendricks easily got by the back, flushed the QB out of the pocket and completely ruined the play.
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The newest man in the middle gives his take on where the defense stands after two preseason games.