We'll find out in the second half. He has to find the answers on offense. It's on him and Rodgers to figure it out. This would be a devastating loss on his resume.
OK, here comes Michael Cohen. Be back shortly.
What did he say? We don't hear the broadcast in the press box.
Yes, he can get very angry.
Defense and special teams have been putrid. Jordan Todman has kickoff returns of 99 yards (TD) and 61 yards (set up a field goal). And aside from Clinton-Dix, who has been awesome, the Colts are doing just about anything they want.
Colts: 17 minutes, 45 seconds. Packers: 12 minutes, 15 seconds
At certain points you have to play to the strength of the CBs. Gunter likes press coverage. Rollins does not.
Very good question. He's got 2 catches for -1 yards. As in negative 1 yards.
It was borderline, I agree. But over the course of the game those types of plays happen a lot.
Not quite, but point well taken: Shields, Randall, Rollins, Gunter, Goodson, Hawkins. Hyde, who is not really a corner, would slide in after Rollins, most likely.
That is probably what will frustrate McCarthy the most. Packers have been below average in turnover margin this season, but now they find themselves +2....and losing handily.
Andrew Luck: 14/24 for 154, 1 TD, 2 INT, 18 rushing yards. Aaron Rodgers: 7/17 for 77 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT, 11 rushing yards.
I remember times this season and last when fans were hungry for more deep passes because they felt the Packers didn't do it enough. Now look!
One by Janis, one by Richard Rodgers. There were likely others but those are the two that jump out to me.
Yes, that was a brutal drop. Great route, perfect throw, clank clank clank.
Tough to say. But there's no doubt the energy level has been rough.