As a defense, you stop the run and then you try to get off the field on third down and limit his amount of plays.
"Rosevelt Colvin, III" is a former American football linebacker, who now works as a football analyst for the Big Ten Network. Drafted by the Chicago Bears in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL Draft, he played college football at Purdue Boilermakers football/Purdue.
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You lose a great player.
Hopefully that's not a trend you want to continue to do because if you go win, loss, win, loss then you go 8-8 and your chances of making the playoffs aren't great.
It's not Rodney lining up out there and making plays by himself. Everybody has to come together and everybody has to be in position to make play when they have the opportunity.
There's nowhere to go but up from how we performed. This is not how we've performed around here the past couple of years. We've got a tough challenge ahead of us this coming week, we've got to get ready, and we've got to get better.
Colvin said. ''So it gives the guys that are here a sense of support and gives the guys that are out there a sense that if [the coaches] can trust those guys then we should be able to trust those guys as players.
If you go out there and get flat-out beat, then something's got to change. We've got a lot of work to do.
As a defensive team you want to get off the field. They were able to come up with the plays and the schemes -- whatever it was -- we weren't doing, they did it and they came up with a victory.
Any time you have Randy Moss in the lineup you have a chance to go 50, 60, 70 yards in one play.