Terron Armstead performs well in his first-ever playoff game (Who Dat Dish)

It was just his third game as a starter but rookie left tackle Terron Armstead was up to the task last Saturday night in Philly. Armstead was matched up against two-time Pro Bowler Trent Cole on (almost) every play and contained him pretty well. The entire offensive line played a good game, the best one […]

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