Marshon Lattimore lived long enough to become a hero again.
The defense was in the crosshairs on Monday. You could just picture players steaming, and death stares shooting off to the side of the screen when discussing the multiple coverage busts which, once again, were too large a part of the narrative. But Lattimore saved the day when he showed up with a huge fourth-down stop to seal Monday's 30-27 overtime victory over the Chargers.
Taysom Hill might be the most polarizing player in the NFL. People either think he is the future of the offense or an overpaid gadget player. Some are in the middle, but those people think he should play tight end or nothing else. There are very few NFL fans who are not ready and willing […]
There aren’t many carefree days for cornerbacks in the NFC South. Guys in other divisions will catch a gimmie or two every season. But if you’re the No. 1 guy on an NFC South team that has its cornerbacks travel with top receivers, you’ll have to face elite competition at least six times per season. […]