I said it in my column this week that the rest of this season is a referendum on Capers. This might be the final vote.
I wouldn't rule it out. If McCarthy wants to salvage something out of this season, he has to think about it.
All it took was a nice little blitz up the middle for the Lions to shut down this spread stuff.
They've toyed with Hundley long enough. Now they're just going to finish this thing off.
Nelson went out of bounds and did not re-establish, so the catch is no good.
I was told no one wanted him. He hadn't proved anything.
Well, that will wrap it up.
At least it's been a quick game. Fans are filing out quickly.
McCarthy's going to have to make a bold decision. If the fans are leaving early and the offense can't score more than 10 points, then they're going to be a laughing stock.
I guess they should have offered lot more for Brian Hoyer.
I can't really see them going with Callahan. He's not going to get it done. They need to call Kaepernick I think.
I guess if you thought there was a chance Rodgers was going to come back, you'd try to keep it close and see if you can be in contention for a wild card at thee dnd.
Actually, several people have mentioned that the game has gone fast. And do I complain more about my job than you do about the Packers?