I've run out of time.
Apart from one or two mediocre plays, and four/five others where the play was away from his side, Ayers got better and better.
He kept showing that great burst and acceleration off the snap and showed a couple more pass rush moves than just a straight up bull rush.
He played more DE here (didn't see him play DT) in this game, probably due to Doom getting hurt at the end of the first quarter. What I wasn't expecting was the leg drive, speed, and combination of moves against a top LT in Gross. I knew he could anchor against the run but I haven't seen this kind of play from him before - except for a few snaps here and there. And it wasn't as if we were sending multiple blitzers and pass rushers in there after Doom went down.
I'll try to finish off the 2nd half tomorrow, sorry guys, gotta run.
Last edited by fontaine; 11-12-2012 at 03:58 PM..