The unchill universe continues to ever expand Life continues to be horribly unfair, as we first touched on Saturday, conventional wisdom continues to dictate that Tyler Moeller's come back year will be cut short by injury. Moeller was widely expected to undergo an MRI Sunday though the results of the MRi are still pending. Obviously Moeller's story had turned into one of the best of the young season. A human being who's passion for the game he loved was enviable amongst teammates and an individual who'd persevered through injuries that some said would limit his ability to ever play football again having another course derailing obstacle is just cruel at best and heartwrenching at worst. While Ohio State will certainly feel Moeller's absence when it comes to the blitz, Christian Bryant should be a pleasant surprise to most in terms of his cover abilities out of the star position. If anyone's seen how the Saints have been utilizing Malcolm Jenkins this year, think a younger, rawer version. If anything, Moeller's inability to participate may most reverberate in non-football facets. Here's hoping the Silver Bullets are able to rally around their fallen emotional leader and make the remainder of the season a testiment to the grit and fortitude he's shown in the last year plus.
Foooooooorrrrreeee The Plain Dealer's Bill Livingston chalks a lot of the approach this past Saturday to blustering winds which changed the entire dynamic of the game, particualrly the special teams aspects: