First, a look at Teddy’s only bad interception of the game versus Chicago (with the other being a deflected pass that can’t be really considered Teddy’s fault). Late in the game, down seven Teddy knows he needs to push the ball down the field, something he’s not been asked to do much so far this season. Teddy’s looking for DJ Moore on this post route from the snap, and DeAndre Houston-Carson’s got it read all the way.
Former Carolina Panthers tackle Jordan Gross doesn't recall the game or even the moment. He does remember what happened: coach Ron Rivera called for them to go for it on a crucial fourth down; they converted and the Panthers won. Mostly, though, Gross remembers the aftereffect.
He’ll stand tall in the pocket in the face of danger and deliver the ball. His ability to process the defense — both pre and post snap — has helped him avoid several sacks this year. He’s been impressive in his ability to help set the protection, but also with his ability to recognize where the free rusher is coming from.