Here's a great example of how good Aldon played in the game. This one is against the run.
Here Tampa is trying to run a slam play, the RB takes a sidestep over to help with the timing so his line can crash down the right side with the FB leading, Aldon is the farthest player from the intended run lane.
Penn(one of the best tackles in the league) sets to wall off Aldon from the play.
Aldon instantly recognizes the passive step on the run play and knows the run is going away from him and uses his powerful arms to knock Penn's arms away and to the outside while making a move inside towards the play
You can see how violently Smith defeats Penn, Penn is completely thrown to the ground while Aldon is moving into the backfield before the RB even gets the ball.
You can see the lane the RB had to the right, but, the moment he gets the ball Smith is right there.
The RB tries to shake Smith to the outside now that Smith has taken an inside move, but, Aldon did a fabulous job of squaring up once he got in the backfield and tackles the RB for a 2 yard loss.
This is really exciting play from a guy who's supposed to be a pass rush specialist. Only when it's slowed down can you truly appreciate the speed and ferocity that Smith uses in this play. The RB literally took three steps from the start of the play and Smith had diagnosed the play, beat a great LT, and was in position to make a tackle. Awesome, awesome play!