Re: The improbable improvement of Kareem Jackson
On the plus side, he made that shoe string tackle that got the RB Ivory stumbling for Quin to force the fumble.
Jackson did turn his head around when he was in stride with Henderson earlier in the game on a long ball.
A good throw and good catch was all there is to it.
The CB doesn't know if the receiver will run toward the post or cut toward the pylon or go straight or go for the backshoulder fade like that one.
That was a hell of a back-shoulder fade.
There's no way a DB can turn his head on that play.
Calling that a struggle is simply over-reacting, I'm sorry to say.