Fletcher Cox is in midseason form for the Philadelphia already, and he only played a series.
On the Eagles second play of the preseason, Cox beat All-Pro David DeCastro for the sack on Landry Jones. Safe to say Cox is is midseason form after this play.
Fletcher Cox deeeeep penetration! That was against David DeCastro too. pic.twitter.com/SjJzzN6aFf
— The Bitter Birds (@AdrianFedkiw) August 9, 2018
The hit on Jones shook him up a little, but Cox wasn’t done. On the next play, Cox made a tackle on a 3rd-and-long screen. Cox was out of the game soon after, but returned later in the game.
Two tackles and a sack for Cox on three plays. Not bad.
Cox is one of the greatest defensive tackles in Philadelphia Eagles history, already having three All-Pro selections and a Super Bowl title to his resume through six NFL seasons. Cox is determined to be great, so winning a championship isn’t enough to satisfy his appetite.
So what’s next for Cox? More championships of course, but he wants to win the NFL Defensive Player of the…