Corn Elder getting more and more responsibility

  • By cvbizz
  • November 17, 2020
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He’s played 160 snaps of defense the last three weeks, nearly as many as he had the first seven games combined (174).

“I think it’s mostly been situational. We knew we were going to need to be able to cover more, so that meant more playing time for me,” said Elder, who forced his first career fumble against the Chiefs. “I feel like I held my own the last few weeks. But mostly, I just want to play hard and fast and make sure I make the plays in front of me.”

Playing for a process-driven coach like Matt Rhule, that’s the kind of approach players have to take. Watching film after the loss to the Bucs can be difficult, but Elder said his focus has been looking at himself with a critical eye and fixing what he can fix.

“It definitely sucked,

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