Irvin is consistent, he just really benefits from playing at home. And like Clemons, he seems to play much better on blitzes, which Carroll is trying to move away from this season. Consider also that Seattle hasn't faced an abundance of shitty QBs this year either. And yet despite all those things, he's the rookie leader in sacks and has the most rookie sacks by any Seahawk ever. I'm upbeat about him, even if I still don't see him as a full time player like Clemons down the road.
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