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DJ Williams--Cincy's scoring drive




   I have NFL Replay over at NFL.com which allows me to go back and revisit any and all of the action during the NFL season from my laptop.  I just decided to go back and look at the last few minutes of the Bengals/Broncos game to see what the problem was with our defense.  One thing I noticed was that DJ Williams seemed to always be in the wrong place and he really seemed to be out of it.  On one play he tracked a receiver all the way into the backfield into the secondary and left his middle area completely open.  Brian Leonard glided over the middle and caught a pass picking up on a crucial third down.  On another play Carson Palmer was getting pressured and DJ was in the middle of the field on a receiver.  Palmer decided to run for it, and instead of sprinting in his direction to cut him off, DJ just sort of jogged over to him with no real desperation allowing Palmer to slide down for a four yard gain when he could have crushed him had he given it his all.  I'm not really sure what his problem was but he was definitely looking lost out there.  Hopefully he's just still getting used to the schemes but he definitely looked like a weak link on our defense and not a strength.

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