Re: Who will be our backup LBs?
I would consider a LB making a stop for less than 3 yard is doing his job.
Coley was in 6 of those, and Moffitt 8 (including a pass to Troupe that Moffitt covered well and limit Troupe to 2 yd).
They were in the backfield a few times.
Coley had many plays ran right to him, but he did make a few nice plays.
Moffitt, I was more impressed with.
He looked good in coverage. He showed the burst to close the plays.
I don't think either of them missed a tackle (I could be wrong.)
Granted, all this is not against first-teamers.
But Bentley didn't have as good of a game. So can he be a lock?