agreed, he's still not great at it but he's noticeably better at feeling the rush now vs several weeks ago. He also looks way more confident in those situations...he's made several nice plays the last couple of games avoiding pressure and keeping things alive with his legs. back in September, I was a little reserved about our chances the rest of the year with Kyle running the show, but I've seen plenty now to feel comfortable with him as the starter in any situation. Only thing I'd still like to see is him start looking for Cleveland a little more, but overall KT has been better than I ever expected. If the coaching staff can figure out how to get the OL blocking better in the run game, the sky's the limit for this offense.