Many an NFL opponent has had a game plan waylaid by the speed, strength and instinct of Aaron Donald over his not-yet-five-full seasons in the league.
The 6-foot-1, 280-pound kingpin of the Los Angeles Rams' defense was a unanimous pick for the best defensive tackle in the NFL by a panel of 10 football writers for The Associated Press in this week's edition of the position rankings.
"He's been as disruptive as anyone on the interior, ever, since entering the league," said the AP's Josh Dubow, who is based in the Bay Area.
Just ask the Minnesota Vikings.
The Rams had a 10-point lead on Minnesota last month, but the Vikings were on the move as the...