Oh, they've had their share of hammies. Not an epidemic but they've had a bunch.
Bolton, Lazard, Boyle a little, Kumerow, Martinez.
Keith Ford made the initial block on the blitzing linebacker but Boyle held the ball and got sacked when Ford couldn't sustain.
Ford isn't a bad back. He was picked up on waivers from the Colts. He's steady and seems to understand the game well.
That drive went nowhere fast. I'll bet they give Boyle one more series before going with Wilkins.
Scott with a 52-yard punt.
He needs to stop holding on running plays. But he's got a chance.
Big difference from McCarthy's offense. They're looking for crossing routes and lots of stuff down the middle.
That's a great question. Can he and his staff adjust when Mike Zimmer or Chuck Pagano throw some exotic defense at him? We'll see.
I plead the fifth and sixth.
It's going to take a while before we know what this offense will be. It's a new scheme remember.
We're you watching when Darrin Hill broke off a 28-yarder?
He can't be happy with the tackling. Overall, there haven't been any big plays down the field. I'm sure he's happy about that.
Interesting thought, but I think they'll need that spot for a tight end, receiver or cornerback.
If they would count the missed tackles as assisted tackles, the performance would look great.
Should have been a pick-6. He'll never get a gift that good.
I haven't seen much from them. I haven't really focused on their blocking in the run game, so I can't give you a full evaluation. Tonyan had a couple of nice routes, but nothing much beyond that.