"He made a step forward," coach John Fox acknowledged, via the Chicago Sun-Times, after the game. "He had a good week of preparation, a good week of practice. I thought he had a heckuva season a year ago as a rookie, and he continues to impress and get better."
Langford showed impressive vision, decisiveness and cutback ability, gashing New England's defense for 63 yards on nine touches.
A wide receiver when he first arrived at Michigan State, Langford is an obvious plus in the passing game. The question is whether he can shoulder the ground attack after averaging a league-worst 1.13 yards after contact as a rookie.