Originally Posted by IDEXAN
It's called "being in the right place at the right time". And had that been Ed Reed making that play, I suspect we'd hear nothing but praise for the "instincts" of the future Hall-of-Famer on his interception. Be a little charitable here, OK.
After all, Shiloh himself may eventually make it into the Hall-of-Fame. (Idaho Vandals HOF that is).
Hey if he can consistently do that then more power to him, but outside of that INT, I really didn't think Keo did much on defense, and was pretty good on ST's. If Swearinger can't beat out Keo at some point this season then we should have cause for concern.