Kirby: "PAD LEVEL, D-LINE, EVERYTHING YOU DO IS AT PAD LEVEL"
Trent Thompson has been working closely with Julian Rochester. I think Tracy Rocker sees potential there.
Jonathan Ledbetter is going to help tremendously when he comes back, which I anticipate will be before Vandy.
-Doing drill work 99% of the time during the media session. Maybe the more we got to watch them, the more pressure they
-Working heavily on dime coverage today. Will require defensive backs to play alert football, coming up to help when Dobbs decides to tuck the ball and run
-Kirby: "Y'all have got to learn to adjust to this shit" - in speaking on switching between zone and man
--Baker and Parrish at CB
--Mauger and Sanders at Safety
--Smith at star
--Davis at dime
--Mecole and Briscoe at CB
--Wilkerson and Choates at safety
--McGraw at nickel
--McGehee at dime
-I'd expect to see more tight end hell, especially on Tyler Catalina's side
-No change across the front
-Working with the offensive line again. Have to get 2 and 3 tight end sets to be able to effectively establish a run game. The pass game will evolve from there.
-Business as usual
-Still no sign of Nick Chubb. This one is going to be a game time decision.
-Chaney: "Doing a hell of a job, Payne" - it appears the #PayneTrain is still on the tracks
-Chaney was working with the QB's so there was no one to scream at them today.
-I have been very unimpressed with Coach Coley's involvement. I understand a lack of vocality, but not when there's 14 drops in the last two games. He needs to take some responsibility for his position group, in my opinion.
-I've just stopped walking over to that field. It's becoming a detriment to my mental health. Seriously, get your 15 year old kid to start kicking footballs now, you could get him a free education out of it...