Originally Posted by 76Texan
I also presented the safeties in these plays as they were.
I look at what their job assignments were and whether they were able to fullfill them.
On the R. Williams play, for example.
It was a one-receiver route with Wilson lining up on that side.
If a safety cannot provide any form of help in that instance, thre's no other conclusion that can be drawn other than he failed utterly at his job.
So nevermind that Jackson got his ass handed to him at the Los.
Pretty sure Eugene wasn't expecting Kareem to slip and fall and allow such a quick throw.
A more talented safety probably could have prevented the td but once again you are missing the elephant in the room which is Jackson was awful on the play.