The Monday after a victory is a great feeling. But the Monday after a victory against the Dallas Cowboys is borderline orgasmic.
The performance on Sunday was without question the most dominant performance this season. In fact, it was arguably the most dominant performance since Week 1 against the Cardinals in 2018. Anyone object to that?
Our defense bullied Dallas’ offensive line and our offensive line bullied their defensive line. Criticized heavily over the past few weeks, the offensive line for the WFT deserves a ton of credit for how they played–even if Dallas’ defense is historically bad.
As we do on Victory Monday podcasts, we handed out some game balls. Two on offense and two on defense. This week the recipients were Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gibson, Cole Holcomb and Montez Sweat. If you have a dispute or someone you think is more deserving leave them in the comments!
The guy to watch on defense moving forward, especially with the injury to Landon Collins, is Kamren Curl. He’s played exceptionally well for a seventh-round draft pick. Look for him to continue to capitalize on extended play time as the season progresses.
Reaction to the Jon Bostic hit closes the podcast this week. Pretty simple, it was a bad hit. Social media will over blow it, that’s what social media does, but a majority of the criticism is deserved. Hits like that have no place in the NFL. If you disagree, imagine if that was your quarterback who got hit like that. I rest my case.