Dabei seit: 09. Jul 2020
The Dallas Cowboys have needed a great safety to anchor their defense for a while now. For the past year or so, rumors of Dallas potentially trying to trade for All-Pro safety Jamal Adams have continued to surface. While those rumors have basically been put to rest https://www.cowboysshirts.com/Clayton_Thorson_Shirt-274, the jury still is out on whether or not the Cowboys have enough talent at the safety spot. While many are searching for an outside presence to upgrade the group, a member of the current roster could be due for a breakout season. That guy is 24-year-old Xavier Woods. The Louisiana Tech graduate is coming off his best season in the NFL to date. In 2019, Woods recorded 77 total tackles, five pass defenses, and hauled in two interceptions for the second season in a row.The best words to describe Woods as a player is aggressive https://www.cowboysshirts.com/Doug_Free_Shirt-29. It shows in every facet of his game. Unfortunately, this was the exact opposite of what the Cowboys defensive mantra has been since he entered the league. In the three seasons Woods has been in Dallas, their defense has been all about keeping your man in front of you, and wrapping up. Woods is willing to throw his body in there, but overall is not a great tackler. This defensive philosophy has held in check Wood best trait of being aggressive to get the football. Despite the differences, Woods was still able to put up a very solid campaign in 2019. After his Week Nine performance against the New York Giants, Woods was awarded NFC Defensive Play of The Week honors. He finished the game with three tackles, an interception, and a forced fumble.Xavier Woods' INT. DAL's in Cover 6 buzz with Heath inserting as the weak hook defender.XW does a great job sinking to enough depth to stay on top of the go route. Major key is the plus-break on the ball that put him in position to haul in the INT.