Originally Posted by silvrhand
This season with the Eagles, Ryans has played 99.7 percent of the snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. That has resulted in 146 tackles and 16 tackles for a loss, per the stats kept by the team. As Sheil has brought to light, no player in the Andy Reid era has posted more tackles for a loss in a season.
Sounds like we should have gotten more than a 4th round draft pick...
He played well and now that he is fully recovered, neither Sharpton nor Bradie is the player he is. Neither close. Sharpton can cover better but is awful in the box (his most important duties) and Bradie is just running on pure fumes and doesn't have Ryans instinct. All that said, I'm hoping we bring in some young blood that can play better than Sharpton next season. Sharpton isn't the answer.