Ive watched the game twice now and just wanted to share some thoughts with you guys... 1. As far as the rookies go I'm pretty impressed so far, they all have room to grow obviously but they all look like they can play. Chung looks like a young Rodney, hes fast, he closes out quickly, aggressive, and will will lay you out. James Sanders will hold him off for now for the sole fact he knows the system better, once Chung gets the playbook down theres no way Sanders holds him off. Brace had a solid day, I made it a point to watch him a couple times. There were only a few times where he was pushed back a little, but a majority of the time he held his ground really well and just wasn't moved at all. Butler looked quick and smooth just as advertised, the one PI call on him was a lil downer but not a big deal. He's a solid tackler who shows the ability to close out quickly on receivers. Vollmer didnt get beat once from what I remember, on one particular running play I seen him drive a defender back about 7 yards. I think he's #1 if Light or Kaczur go down. He will be our starting either left or right tackle for sure next season. 2. I think the secondary is going to be very good. Wilhite was impressive last night, he was stride for stride on go routes with any of the PHI WR'S. Bodden looked good, the one pass he gave up to D. Jackson was only a result of McNabb buying extra time for him to get open with him scrambling. He had good coverage on Curtis I believe it was one on one where PHI went for the end zone from the 20 on a go route. 3. The front 7 is stacked, I think were going to see a number of different looks from them this year. Whether its a 34 or 43 formation, although the 43 still needs some fine tuning, the thought of having Wilfork and Brace in the middle is frightening for opposing offenses trying to run the ball. Burgess showed good burst coming off the edge, Tully had a nice sack of McNabb beating all pro Jason Peters. Mayo and Guyton still need to improve on there coverage skills, hopefully that gets better with continued reps, I'm not worried about that. Both also have a knack for being and getting to the ball pretty damn fast. 4. Brady is Brady, the offense is going to be sick, theres no need to elaborate on that.