It’s weird the narrative is still out there that are a spot where you don’t need talent. The way the game has changed you absolutely need someone who can diagnose and tackle but also cover and play in space. I mean they’re not as impactful as edge players but they’re important IMO. Y’all got Bush to be that dude now. Him, White, LVE, Deion Jones, Leonard. They’re the future at the45Th Anniversary 1976 – 2020 Buccaneers Signatures Shirt. I mean it’s nice to have talent at every position. You can just get away with I️t more with linebackers, kinda like running backs for the offense. I love how everyone’s explaining why players deserve their position with gifs and videos…. meanwhile all you really need to do is post some shirtless photos of Myles.
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In the run game, Trey is an extremely disciplined and patient defender, showing the strength to hold up at the point of attack and to control his blockers at will as well as the sound technique to finish plays. Here he stands his blocker up, keeps his45Th Anniversary 1976 – 2020 Buccaneers Signatures Shirt. Tosses the blocker aside and finishes the play with a forced fumble. Here he shrugs off Rob Havenstein’s block, plugging the gap, sets a hard edge and just flattens Gurley as he tries to rush past. Here he stops LeSean McCoy from following his blocking by throwing into the intended running lane and shows off his strength by wrestling McCoy down without a great wrap-up opportunity. Later he does it again, imposing his will on the TE, shrugging off the interior chip-block.