I rarely see Chido or Byron turn their heads around when the ball is in the air. They tend to challenge the ball once the receiver has it in body range instead. I could be wrong, if they do it, someone correct me, wouldn't be the first time. But if true, is this a coaching point, a technique purposely done? Maybe to not lose a receiver in a route? Or is this something that they just do not have confidence to do? I get nervous that they will draw flags doing this, and it does explain lack of interceptions. But they still have been doing well using this technique, I just find myself yelling "turn your head" every time the ball is in the air. I know, easier said than done.