Rutgers @ Bucky.......

Cavetoad posted:

I can't believe I have to say it, but this offense is so frustrating to watch. 

WTF indeed.

It starts and ends with the all world, super dooper Oline which in truth is not that good.  Horni is Horni but if they could RTFB with any consistency that would surely help.

Pikes Peak posted:
Cavetoad posted:

I can't believe I have to say it, but this offense is so frustrating to watch. 

WTF indeed.

It starts and ends with the all world, super dooper Oline which in truth is not that good.  Horni is Horni but if they could RTFB with any consistency that would surely help.

If you don't respect the passing game at all, it doesn't matter if you have Joe Thomas equivalents at every position on the OL. It's tough to run into 8 or 9 men in the box. It's impressive they've run for what they have given how Rutgers (and every other defense as long as Horni is there) will play them. 

MichiganPacker2 posted:

I don't want Hornibrook to get hurt and not be able to play. I want them to move on because of performance, not because of injury. 

Likewise.   Who knows, the concussions could possibly do it.  He certainly didn't look very right in the first half.

I've been dumping on Hornibrook this thread, but in fairness to the kid, he may have been dealing with lingering results from his prior head injury.

You don't have to slow down a QB's processing time much to have a noticeable dropoff in production.  I wish him well.

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