Yeah, I’ve posted this before. There are at least a handful of poor plays in this clip, which is just 1 half of football vs a mediocre Michigan team with fairly decent WRs and a weak ass QB with a noodle arm.
Early hits, wide open WRs, several PI’s, busted coverage, gave up a easy weak TD that was luckily broken up by the other CB.
If he played like this against the Packers, it would have been considered the worst half of football by any CB in NFL history. They wouldn’t allow his grabbing and early hits, his busted coverages would have been capitalized on, and if there was a QB who threw more than 15 mph, there would have been even more exposure.