Boley, who took over making the defensive calls after Goff was injured less than a week before the season opener, isn’t surprised how well the team is playing.
“For us, the team that we have and the guys coming in and out, we believed that whoever is in there at any point, they will get the job done regardless of what position it is,” Boley said.
“It is a matter of who wants it,” he said. “We stick together as a team and we bind good as a team. When guys go down, guys step up and that is the nature of the game. People get hurt and you have injuries, it is a matter of guys stepping up to the plate and making plays and I think we have been doing that good.”