After virtually the entire defense went down in 2011, Senn came in and was awesome. He ended up with over 70 tackles in only seven starts, and also had an interception and three forced fumbles. Having that success has him hungry to do even more. I imagine how effective Senn could end up being alongside John Beason rather than replacing him. Senn is a bullet to the football and has enough speed to make plays that other linebackers miss.
Senn really is undervalued and under-appreciated by many. Senn does have that je ne sais quoi about him, and can certainly be an X-factor in the coming season. The guy can never get enough love.