Logan Ryan Forces a Turnover.
Logan Ryan is the team’s best free-agent signing in several years. He has been a revelation from the back of the defense, the team’s most impactful safety since Antrel Rolle.
Ryan has made huge plays all year and has a knack for making stops in key moments.
In Week 5, Ryan tackled Cowboys’ QB, Dak Prescott, and caused a fractured ankle on a routine tackle. While it was a complete accident, Ryan hasn’t forgotten the play and will want to remember a more memorable, positive play for his team.
Logan signed a Christmas Day three-year extension to stay home back in his New Jersey roots. Expect him to make some impactful plays in both the run and pass game and remind Andy Dalton not to test him or look his way.
Ryan will have a huge game tomorrow and help the team by blitzing off the edge, covering the deep zone at safety, and making constant plays all over the field. Ryan is a workhorse who’s engine never seems to shut off in any game. I see #23 coming up with a forced or recovered turnover in the last game of the regular season.