Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Especially the offense's performance in the 2nd half, where they managed only a FG? Hear me out, fellas, okay? We all know that our defense stinks, but given the decimated state of our DL, as well as the fact that Peanut was out tonight, our defense wasn't THAT bad. I mean, "grading on a curve" and all, you gotta say that our defense at least came up with turnovers, even if it continued to routinely give up 90+yard drives. On the other hand, I felt that our offense (which, unlike our D, was at full strength tonight and which undeniably has talent) really bogged down at KEY points in the 2nd half. There were multiple opportunities for this offense to put this game away at various points in the 2nd half, yet it proved incapable of doing so. It failed to convert a number of key 3rd downs after successfully reaching the midfield area. Was anyone else frustrated by this? I just feel that the offense left too many points/big plays out on the field today, and given the current state of our defense, that can't continue. We are going to have to rely on the D to come up with timely turnovers (when it is not surrendering 90-yard TD drives) while our offense simply puts the pedal to the metal and outscores people. I was really frustrated by the number of "once promising" drives which seemed to lead to nowhere in the 2nd half when we had opportunity after opportunity to knock the G-Men out of the game . I don't know if the problem was the poor run-blocking by the OL , poor playcalling or what, but we are going to have to get a heck of a lot more efficient at mounting SCORING drives on offense if we are going to make the playoffs, because we all know how vulnerable this defense is. After our success on offense in the 2nd quarter, I was pretty disappointed in our inability to find the endzone in the 2nd half. Just my .02.