I definitely think he's back to form. Also I was at the game. Sitting in the bottom corner where that pass interference call was made. It was a good call. Vontae definitely pulled a sling shot move on him. Pulled the jersey and slung himself in front of the receiver. That's a veteran move though. Not mad at him for trying it. A lot of times the ref doesn't see it but he was in good position. So was I. Lol. The funny thing is the Titans fans in the row in front of me missed it to and thought they got a gift call. Lol.
Sometimes I'm left scratching my head at the PFF grades... I thought our lined performed admirably vs a top 10 defense on the road. Yeah Luck took 2 sacks and had 5 QB hits but that's not that bad. The two sacks came when we went looking for more deeper shots down the field. Also we couldn't run the ball as well as other games but more often than not we got the yards needed when we needed to get them. But again this was a top 10 defense in their house. Now maybe the quick passing attack covered up some flaws in our protection but that's what it was supposed to do. Overall I thought our entire line played very well. I do agree about Butler. Vontae as well. The tackling was solid from both. The way they were cutting Murray's legs out from under him reminded me of Colonel Bob Sanders. A couple hits like that and any running back will start to dance in fear of that heat seeking missile blasting through your knees.... lol.
That's a possibility but we haven't seen what Dorsett can do in a quick rhythm passing attack like we showed today. We always have him running deep posts or corner routes. I'd like to see what he can do with more in cuts and drag routes. Also some comebacks and back shoulder fades. But he's got to learn to run more timing routes for sure. That deep in that Rogers dropped (just like the 1 Garçon dropped in the super bowl) would be perfect for Dorsett. I think Dorsett's biggest problem is that he didn't get to learn from Reggie the way that TY & Crief did. And he's got to learn how to use his hands and be more physical. Watch Antonio Brown or Dez or Julio. They all push off and use their hands to get more separation. Dorsett needs to learn that. And quickly.