What worries me most is their o-line. Not that I think they're any good, they are not. But there were quite a few injuries to the Lions' defensive line tonight & I believe Gruden when he said that inexperienced offensive lineman tend to "pile on" (& I believe cut low) once they've been beat.
I'm glad to hear that the problem may be something else. I've known & worked with a few people with epilepsy. It can be controlled & not necessarily life threatening but it is limiting. There are, of course, certain jobs that one would not be able to commit to & risks that you would not want to take. As for health insurance coverage & costs, she needs an advocate that can help her explore all the options because there are many. It's a shame that she lives in NC. Thank you for the updates. Stay strong. Best of luck & wishes & thoughts & prayers continue to go her way.
I'm going to rewatch the game today, but I believe that Delaire was at RDE, which means that Allen, most of the time, was not on the field when he was. So then the max protection would shift to our middle or the LDE, if they max protected at all then, & that would give Delaire all the advantage in the world. That was a very good thing. I'm so glad we again have someone with good speed & talent on the line!
Every team has areas where they can all improve. That's how it is. Difference with this year, I trust our coaching to address those areas & the players to recognize them & want to improve. But I'm a fan; I don't need to improve, I'm perfect just as I am. :P How can anyone not be satisfied with 4-0 after the 4th game of the season? It gets no better than that. And that we're not perfect makes it even sweeter.