Georgia Football: Leonard Floyd Is Going to Make or Break This Defense…and Opposing Quarterbacks


Let’s hope he makes Pruitt’s defense and breaks opposing passers…am I right?

Seriously, this guy’s impact could be massive in 2014.  The best medicine for an ailing (or possibly diseased) secondary is a good pass rush, and Floyd should lead that charge.  Heading into this season his role has been simplified to: Get The Quarterback.

Ultimately, that’s what you want an athlete of Floyd’s caliber doing.  He’s rangy, likes to create leverage with his active hands and has tremendous top-side speed and finishes plays to boot.  Why dilute those skills by having him drop into coverage?

A big year from Floyd (forget 10 sacks, I’m looking for 12) will go a long way in hiding secondary deficiencies.

Read more of my thoughts here.

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

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Posted on June 30, 2014, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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