I'll say this - they aren't explosive at all on returns. He "could" provide that.
This has to frustrate MM/12 - because if you have third down, those are distances that should open things up. Not sure there's exactly "one" thing to pinpoint there. Seems like protection breaks down on third downs quite often.
A highfive into a backhand - solid.
I don't think so. But it still is amazing to me he misses open options at this point when he's clearly moving around so much better.
Well, I don't do "grades." But 3-4-1 is below average. So... C-?
Someone on twitter asked about the lack of slants - you do need a wideout to get open within a step or two. Adams is about all who can do it.
I agree. I gave him a longer "pass" to start the season with the knee and lack of practice. Now, no such luck (for him). It's odd that he misses (or chooses to ignore) open options. But I've seen elite players press, and I wonder if he's trying to do too much.
Good point. Miami is playingn well up front.
This is a huge mystery. I've asked. They don't seem to know (clearly). Honestly, to me the fix is to make this Aaron Jones' offense right now. Run it off him. Play action, boots. Because only Adams seems to be able to separate within seven yards. I haven't seen Jimmy Graham yet.
I'll stay what I want and he's terrible. More of an indictment on Packers D not stopping the run yet.
Packers will start at their own 25 after the touchback.
They start out with two tight ends. Graham not gets replaced by Lewis.
How does Rodgers miss that throw?
Wow, that wasn't even close.
St. Brown with a really stupid penalty on what should have ben a nice gain. And he might get ejected.
You cannot be facing your own goal-line when you lay a block on a guy.
Both teams had penalties.
ESB is lucky that he did not get ejected.