Though not as significant a concern, the play of Sanford, though improved, is still lacking.
From the article:
"Despite Sanford's production, the Vikings could use a little more from the second safety spot, which compiled zero interceptions between Sanford and Raymond.
The pair appeared to struggle in coverage overall, allowing opposing quarterbacks to covert three of every five passes (21-of-35) for five touchdowns and a 127.9 average QB rating."
I understand there will be a disparity in stats between the SS, and FS. However, I don't think it is any more than rationalization for average or below average performance. And unlike some internet expert who bought a book about football, I agree with the "yutz writer".
I'll wear my "yutz fan" badge with honor considering you are the one placing me on that spread sheet my friend ! :)