Went back and rewatched the 1st half, focused on the D and recorded tackles. One thing I'm unclear on: when a reciever goes to the ground and a DB comes up to tag him, does that count as a tackle? Idk, I counted that as .5 on the couple times it happened. Here's what I came up with: J Baker 5.5 M Fitz 4 J Phillips 2.5 W Aikens 2 V Taylor 2 K Alonso 1.5 T McT 1.5 C Harris 1.5 J Woodard 1.5 C Tank 1.5 R Quinn .5 R McMillan .5 X Howard .5 TJ McD .5 A Spence .5 A Branch .5 J Davis .5 Fitz also had 2 pass defends, Baker a TFL, Taylor had a sack, Phillips a half, and Woodard with a nice hurry. Thoughts: Phillips/Taylor combo looked better than Spence/Godchaux. Though that may have more to do with who they were playing against Stee-Phone Anthony got washed out of every play, and wiffed on the tackles he could've made TJ missed a couple on that first drive Quinn got a 5 yard piggyback ride on a RB, before Minkah shut that **** down Harris was around the ball some, but his rush looked pretty weak. Wake said he was most improved of anyone, so this was kind of a let-down McMillan was invisible, but I think he was inside his head. He'll come around The secondary overall was pretty meh, besides Minkah, who is already having his bust prepared for Canton Baker was a huge surprise, and all over the field. The 3rd LB spot should be between him and Allen. Hopefully Baker is as intelligent as he is athletic.