Footwork, keep him clean in the pocket, get him to settle down a little.
OK, I'm going to pass this on to Michael Cohen. Here you go.
I think the Packers should be very happy with the first half. No terrible turnovers by Hundley, no massive mistakes. And they're winning. Defense making plays, too.
Yes, that was a poor job of game management by McCarthy.
Good question. I think they've done a nice job so far. I think they can hold up. I didn't expect them to coming into the game, but the Saints haven't gotten much.
Need to see more from him. After this week teams will have real tape on him. Detroit's adjustments will be really interesting.
10 carries for 97 yards and 1 TD.
He hasn't gotten a pass. Tom and I have been very critical of him on our podcast. I think he's hurt. He can't stop or change direction. He's avoiding contact at times. I think he's hurt.
Some of his throws were pretty poor. Not sure what the deal is there. I agree, rough half.
It is super windy and super rainy here. I'm sure that had something to do with it.
Janis is moving the wrong direction. He just got benched as kick returner. Can't see him suddenly playing a role on offense.
Keep blanketing Michael Thomas, the best WR for the Saints. Thomas has 1 catch for 5 yards. He's their best offensive weapon.
Hard to say. They burned one timeout due to severe substitution issues.
Passer rating is 56.52. QBR is a different measurement
Not sure. I've noticed this as well. They tend to lapse and give up some big gains on third and long.
I think it has to do with New Orleans. They've been using tons of different personnel groupings, forcing the Packers to sub really quickly and really frequently