Yeah, ok, Cooper should be a depth receiver/special teamer this year and his best position, and one we miss him in, is the lead blocker for the kick returner. He has been a very good blocker on run and screen plays all year, but today he finally got open and made some plays in the pass game.
Foles played a turnover-free game. He slung the ball deep a couple times. He'll never have the velocity Vick does, but he seems to make better decisions in the limited action hes seen in his career.
McCoy had a great game minus the fumble. That first screen was a thing of beauty. Looked like when Westbrook used to take screens the distance. Without the fumble McCoy would probably be my offensive standout, but Jackson with two TDs, one with Revis trailing, the other with Goldson trailing, gets the nod.
I expected the defense the have somewhere in the neighborhood of 5 sacks and 3 turnovers playing the winless Bucs and a rookie QB. Neither running backs fumble bounced our way, but the lack of pressure for the majority of the game (or shall i say season) has been a problem. Changes should be made.
Even with players racking up tackles like Ryans (12 solo) or Allen (9 total), the standout on defense was obviously Bradley Fletcher ( 3 pass break ups, 1 int, tight coverage all night) and Honorable mention Fletcher Cox who was double teamed alot but made some big plays when left one-on-one.