The receivers are Yancey and Dupre.
Now they're running the ball. Probably to help settle down Hill.
I think he will. They don't have anyone who can cover like he does.
The run blocking looks a lot better than the pass blocking has been.
Andy Mulumba in on the tackle, by the way.
Rams are playing some single-high safety coverage. Look for HIll to try to hit a post corner soon.
Hill threw it a little behind Byrd and that will be short of a first down. They'll go for it.
Watch for the naked keeper here.
Good kickout block by Spriggs, albeit against a guy who won't be in the NFL this year.
Mays with a nice carry. The running game looks decent behind this offensiv eline.
Well, they now know that Hill can hand off.
Hundley was 11 for 21 for 99 yards and a TD.
Hundley's rating was 81.2.
I believe he's with Tennessee.
Flag down as Hill misses Dupre. I thought he should have run for that first.
Holding on the defense, however.
McCarthy on Hundley: "Brett shows that he can make plays both in the pocket and out of the pocket. I thought Brett's done a good job taking advantage of these two turnovers. Really, this first half was set up by our defense."
Kerridge is hurt. I don't think he makes it.
Yancey is a big guy. He's not as quick a foot as Adams, but he's strong like Adams.
Ran right through the corner and got yanked down for a penalty.
Montgomery is more about power and explosiveness. Williams is shiftier. He's going to do a lot of cutting. Montgomery will wait and wait and then go.
You would think so. You can't keep everybody on a team with this much talent.
Not good for Hill. if anything, you've got to hang onto the ball.
You've got to protect that with two hands when you leave the pocket.
Crosby with a 28-yard field goal attempt is good.
He had an open receiver, too.
I think we have to wait until his second series to judge him. I'm sure he was pressing and trying to make something happen with just a quarter of playing time. Now we'll see if he settles down.