JoeSkins Posted December 15, 2003 Share Posted December 15, 2003 What good things have happened in a year wrought with suckiness? John Hall is having a great year. If he goes 3/3 over the next two games, he'll match his best FG percentage of his career. He is currently at 80%, a mark he has only matched that one time. The LBs have been good. Trotter is over 100 tackles, and has a couple sacks and a pick. He looks much less confused than he was last year, his first outside of the simple one-gap defense of Jim Johnson. Armstead has been steady, leading the team in sacks and being a sure tackler. Arrington, despite what is called a down year, has 11 passes defensed, which leads the team and is a career high. He's also forced 5 fumbles, a career high as well. Since the Giant game, Bailey has yet to give up a TD. Dockery has managed to fix his brain farts and is finally contributing at LG like he should have all along. McCants, even though departure rumors lurk, leads the team in TDs and is a very suitable 3rd WR. Our safeties, while not the most talented players, aren't awful tacklers, and have each contributed in pass defense at opportune times. A 6th rounder for Bowen? Absolutely. Randy Thomas and Jon Jansen are rocks on the right side, which will be a nice combination for years with Jansen's re-signing. I voted both for the Pro-Bowl, not because I'm a fan, but because I genuinely believe they've earned it, each as the third man at their position. Coles might just end up in Hawaii, along with Arrington, Bailey, and Thomas or Jansen. Nobody else even has a chance, though. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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