Originally posted by nickbradley:
I thought that prior to the start of the season. But I now believe Goldson is way, way, way better than he was last year -- his coverage skills have dramatically improved.
He's an asset for sure, I'd like to keep him as much as the next guy... as long as the juice is worth the squeeze. If he show's consistency through the back end of this schedule, I'll be sold. He'll have a good test next week. The Bears have a pretty solid ground game, so I'm assuming we'll be in that base 3-4 cover 2 shell more often than not. Especially if we dont get on the board early. That will, inevitably, throw Goldson into deep coverage of Marshall on monday night. Nothing like 6-4 230, running 4.5 to test your mettle