Re: Steelers won't back down from Denver's Bailey
It isn't about Testing Champ, its about not being afraid to throw his way. The guy is good, but you can not allow him to cut the field in half for the passing game. You have to keep him honest and throw a couple ways his side in order to keep him from coming up and playing the run and to keep him from jumping routes (or use that against him on out an ups) but you can't ignore that side of the field. The key is going to be Lynch, wherever Lynch is lined up or how he's lined up will determine what type of routes we'll get away with. Look for Lynch to creep up early in the game to defend the run, and that's when a Play Action Post route or Seem Route will be most effective. Champ is good, but he doesn't intercept every pass, just most. No doubt, he'd look good in Black and Gold, he's one guy on Denver that I won't talk bad about cause he's skilled.