Originally Posted by pricejj
9. Brooking cannot get off blocks, but stayed in anyway. He should not have such a focal role. Woodyard makes some great plays, and gets washed out on others. With both Brooking and Woodyard in, we got pwned against the run.
Did we really get owned by Tampa's running game? We allowed less than 60 yards to one of the best backs in the league this season and less than 75 total. To me it looks like our D owned Tampa's rushing attack.