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We got a good look at Tyrell Adams when he replaced McKinney in last week’s win over Jacksonville. He recorded a team-high 12 tackles, including one for loss, and recovered a fumble while playing 89 percent of the defensive snaps. There were a lot of positives in his performance both vs. the run and pass. In the run game, he was instinctive, played downhill and showed the ability to slip blocks but lacks some strength to take them on one-on-one. Against the pass, Adams has more speed and athleticism than McKinney. However, his lack of experience shows up when he reacts late as a result of losing sight of the ball at times.
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