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The foot on the gas thing hurts when your depth isn't great

by Jeremy (WeIsND), Offices of Babip Pecota Vorp & Eckstein, Monday, December 04, 2017, 10:00 @ BillyGoat

Think about the position groups that generally held up OK as the season went on. The DL might have been the best example of this - they started wearing down a bit late in the year, but they never had a game where they were getting pushed around all over the field. I'm guessing this had something to do with guys like Khalid Kareem improving as the season went on and allowing Elston to rotate liberally.

Staying on the defensive side, the LBs seemed to wear down late and Lea couldn't trust Bilal to give Tranquill enough of a breather. Martini had a great game against Navy as per usual, but was pretty quiet against Stanford and Miami. Similarly, Coleman hung on OK, but was forced to play way too many snaps. Elliott was hanging by a thread at the end of the season.


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