I was zeroed in on Michael Johnson in this game, and I wrote down some notes and observations while watching. Unfortunately I saw the ESPN replay, which skipped entire series, so I missed alot. Beat LT for a QB preasure on LSU's first drive. Bit on a fake reverse, and gave up on backside contain, giving up a big run. Continues to display a lack of effort in pursuit of runs away from him. Unblocked sack. Didn't look very fast, but his long legs ate up the ground quickly. It was a Playaction fake, and he was on the QB by the time he had pulled the ball away from the back. --- Dropped into zone coverage alot, and didn't look lost. Looks less explosive and doesn't generate much of a passrush from a standing position(3-4). Looks lost when asked to line up as a joker/roving linebacker. Goal line TD run, held his position well, but gave up when the run went to the other side. Beat an interior lineman on a stunt, but the QB rolled out Continues to play about half of his snaps standing up. Looks strong at the point of attack when playing as a down lineman, but quits too often before the play is over. -- Good pursuit on a bubble pass play on the opposite side. Often engages blockers and locks on, not attempting to bullrush, or disengage. The coach should be shot for dropping him into coverage so much. Most runs go away from him, no matter which side he lines up on. Missed an easy tackle when a rb cut back towards him. Did not attack the RB in the hole, and waited untill the runner came to him. --- Good speed rush around the edge on the goal line, but the QB got rid of it quickly. Did a good job forcing a run all the way to the sideline; prevented a TD. Good preasure on an inside stunt, forcing a check down. Had his hands on the QB when he threw it. Sacked the QB on a speed rush in the end zone, forcing a fumble. It may sound really negative, but I actually thought it was a pretty good performance. I'm not excited about him, but I also wouldn't be upset if the Texans decide to pick him up.