At least in practice No. 1 in pads, J'Marcus Webb can sleep soundly Saturday night.
In seven-on-seven running plays, Webb was physical up front and even getting to the second level, twice putting solid hits on linebacker Nick Roach.
Not a big surprise there because Mike Tice has indicated that both Webb and Chris Williams can show flashes of dominance in run blocking. But where Webb stood out was pass blocking, seeing a whole lot of Julius Peppers. Either Peppers was uninterested in going all out or maybe Webb has taken strides, because the offensive tackle held up well.
As for Williams, he appeared to be beaten twice by rookie Shea McClellin in one-on-one drills.
For one evening, at least, Webb seemed to be the winner.