I think I agree more with max and red that the offense became too conservative in the second half, which is certainly a trait of McCarthy when he gets
Kinda made me a little sick watching him.
Wild AFC game Colts v Chargers. Chargers took the lead on a FG when it should have been a TD if Phillip Rivers wasn't a doorknob.
Ripkowski also did not return. That might explain some of the weirdness in the second half and the reappearance of that toss play.
I am not a huge believer in TOP over the season causing an issue.
In a game, if its hugely one-sided? Yes.
But its more comfort
That is actually a funny story. Modell also thought he was a member of the tribe. But he was Catholic I believe.
haven't we seen the defense come out decent at the start of seasons before, only to be run down by the time the playoffs get him. losing the TOP battle
i'm actually watching bar rescue
fuck the nfl and their made for TV drama crap
Lacy had 17 carries. 6 in the first half when they forgot about the running the football more and had four straight scoring drives. In the second half,
and i call that mike sherman syndrome
both of the last 2 mikes are very similar IMO, both did next to nothing as far as coaching was concerned,
That's what I'm thinking.
Okay, double post, but I don't care. Here's what Jeff Seidel of the Detroit Free Press wrote after the game:
"The Packers were
Okay, we keep bitching about the NFL, but we keep watching and talking about it.
Like a girlfriend I once had. But then again, I'm a voyeur.
I don't want to see McCarthy fired. If he got fired, he'd have a new job in about two minutes.
I just want to bitch.
a rod was 3-6 for 31 yards in the second half.
does that look anywhere close to the same type of output we had in the first half?
but we didn't eat time off the clock, and they destroyed us in the TOP battle
not to mention we saw a-rod going back to looking for the deep
hell thats almost an extra point
The turnover is in the wrong column, the only one of the game was Randall's INT/Strip.
Would hate to get in the way of a good 'Fire McCarthy' narrative