I guess some people need to manage expectations. Going in to a game against currently the league's top pass offense with arguably the best WR tandem in the game and the defense without the top pass rusher and CBs 1, 2, 3 and then to lose CB 4 toward the end, getting out of there only giving up only 33 is surprising. It's never okay to give up 33, but some perspective on this is necessary.
Keeping that in mind the D got out-coached and out-played at times, the last TD was not a #5 CB issue...that was giving Sanu a free release against Jake Ryan. There should have been a 3-deep look with a Brice or Dix or Burnett right there in the middle to keep that from happening. Players have to also come though though... pass rush has to win, if Perry wants to get paid like a #1 then he needs to show he can be a primary pass rusher. Peppers gets paid like a king and only plays half the time so he is fresh for those situations late in the game. No excuse for him to not take over.
Love the offense though. Lane Taylor had the worst game I've seen from him, Clayborn is a tough player though. Glad to see Adams finally healthy and playing like I hoped he was capable of. Good to see some promise from Davis, Allison and Janis also.
Overall it was a strong effort, tough loss, but it's time to move on to Indy. Offense is finding its feet and that can only mean good things. Get healthy and get to work!