Sunday, November 17, 2013

Thoughts after 1st quarter Lions, Steelers

- The scoring drives by Pittsburgh were just too easy. The Lions' defense reacted as if they had never seen a no-huddle offense before on the first one. The missed tackles by Glover Quin and Chris Houston on Antonio Brown's scoring reception were uncharacteristic, but disappointing nonetheless. The second scoring pass to Brown was as if the Lions were playing flag football. A terrible display of defense in the tackle realm.
- Reggie Bush was wide open. The course of this game might be different if Matthew Stafford hit him for a touchdown. Same with the deep pass to Kevin Ogletree. He has missed a couple other throws nearly as badly. Stafford's lack of accuracy so far has been surprising and somewhat alarming.
- The Steelers' retro uniforms are unbelievably ugly. They look like something that should have been in the prison-football movie "The Longest Yard" or something. They look they were designed by the Hamburglar.


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