In regard to the backup QB spot, Ty did have a better day. The defense put a lot more pressure on the pocket and the pressure came from multiple angles. Kelley is by no means immoblie, but Ty does move better. Like all quarterbacks, it's not just the arm, its the feet. Ty did a better job of getting his lower half in better position and made better throws yesterday. Enos was coaching that on the field and I'm sure it will be a point of emphasis this week.
I thought that it was great to see the defense step up. Last week was more of a focus on just being in the right place. This week, they turned up the pressure up front while maintaining their assignments and playing a few different lineups. From week to week it was as you would expect. You have to be assignment sound before you get aggressive.
Of course since this is Hogville, if the offense plays well, the defense is awful and if the defense plays well, the offensive line is awful. In reality no one will know anything about anything until August 31in Little Rock.