An offseason where a franchise loses two legends of the game, it's a relief that their two replacements are showing passionate, aggressive and instinctive play. I know what you're probably thinking: "But Matt Elam is Pollard's replacement, not Ed's"... Ed actually came in the league as a SS and I believe played SS for his first three years.
Man I hope these guys become best buddies like Ray and Ed once were; put their lockers next to eachother or something. In yesterday's game when Brown sniffed out the play and Elam came in with the clean-up hit, I was hoping that they would at least high-5 or something lol. Can't wait till they develop chemistry like their predecessors because everyone believes they will be here for a long time.