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How about how bewildered and lost Tampa looked when he split out wide like a WR? But yea, a guy lining up in the wrong spot is probably one of the hugest embarrasments of the entire week lol.
I think it's got to be Cutler, he had his defense playing great all game, there was no need to continually force balls. He's got to learn to take what's there, and punt if needed.
But hey Bears fans, at least Peter King has you guys pegged to make the super bowl ;)
From what I saw it was about 50% Cutler forcing the throws & 50% his receivers dorking up the routes, he looked like a starting QB who arrived in Chicago last wk. & maybe practiced once or twice with his new team Both GB & the Bears had some dropped balls too. I agree that Cutler will be back but not enough to compensate for the loss of Urlacher, it could be stick a fork in the Bears & turn them over time.
Should also add many Tampa missed tackles & their safety taking pisspoor angles on Roy Williams, + blown coverages leading to Dallas TDs as you said, etc.
The 9ers made multiple mistakes on offense (Vernon Davis dropped a 1st down catch) but Zona made a lot more & lost the game. Weirdest one was Justin Smith getting called for barking signals to confuse Warner, 15 yd. penalty, uhhhh, whaaaa ? That sent me running for my NFL Rulebook.
Just let it go RWO.
We as Ravens fans are clearly scum of the earth, and should just be happy that these great people, who cheer for nothing than the finest, morally impeccable players, playing on the finest, most morally impeccable teams, will grace us with their presence, and words of wisdom.