Originally Posted by HOU-TEX
Mays has been just as good, if not better than Sharpton. It'd wouldn't even be close if he wrapped up better when tackling. I would think that'd be cleaned up before SD. Plus, I like Mays' aggressiveness. It hurts him at times, but I like it
I don't think so; Mays still needs to work on his coverage skills.
He wasn't asked to do that hardly in Denver because he was pretty bad at it.
They took him out on obvious passing downs a vast majority of the time in 2011.
He lost his starting gig to old man Brooking on 2012 because of that and missing a tackle here and there.