Well, Caleb royally sucked tonight. The o-line, hell, the backup o-line did a good job on running plays. If Roy makes the team, hopefully he can be a multi-use player: holding fg's for robbie gould, getting Sanzabah and Knox gatorade, grow a new pair of arms and hands(because the last ones didn't help him) and maybe play PS. Don't start this chump over ANYONE..
Don't know how you can say Hanie sucked Henry. He was 17-28 and the only big mistake he made was to fix on his receiver on that pick. You gotta credit Herzlich with doing a hell of a job on that one. That was Urlacher level play from a rookie who was the guy I would have loved to have signed as Url's understudy. Now you know why NY signed him.
Hanie moved the team well playing with the 2nd team and if Martz's playcalling inside the 10 yard line had been worth a damn he might have come away with two scores. Martz calls what works all the way down the field and then abandons it on the goaline?????? Somebody else needs to be making the red zone play calls since Martz apparently can't tell what to do. Even the players looked confused and unready for what was being called. It plain old fashioned sucked and that I won't hang on either Hanie or Cutler.
One thing that obviously needs to happen is for the QB's to have an option to audible into another play at the LOS. You saw how the Giants took advantage of that to victimize the Bears on more than one occasion yet Martz doesn't give his guys those options???? Henry Martz is an arrogant jerk and as long as he controls this offense it will always be underperforming it's level of talent. How do you roll up over 400 yards of total offense and only come away with one TD and a FG? We moved the ball we just didn't score.
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Honey Badger Don't Care. Honey Badger Don't Give a Shit.
Well, I only watched the game from some point in the third quarter on, and I just noticed his misfirings. I completely agree about Martz being arrogant for not allowing play calling changes at the line, and remind you of one of his proteges in Terry Shea, who (given, his QBs were so bad, you really can't compare the talent level to even Enderle) didn't allow line changes either. That brand of offense was 32nd (but was 100 points worse) to Martz' 30th and gave up only 10 more sacks. Makes ya wonder why they keep trying to install this kind of offense.