Sean Lee was everywhere in the Dallas Cowboys' opener.
One play, he would crash through the line to harass the quarterback and running backs.
On the next, he would drop into coverage. He intercepted a pass against the Jets and returned it just shy of the goal line.
And when it was time for special teams, he was usually out there, too.
It was the kind of high-octane, high-performance outing the Cowboys expected when they drafted Lee, and a great way for him to start his second season.
It also was further proof of the team's youth movement, as his ironman outing left veterans Bradie James and Keith Brooking splitting time at the other inside linebacker spot.