- Oct 1, 2004
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4) The Eagles’ offense put up over 450 yards and 391 passing against the halos, but Kevin Kolb, in his first start replacing Donovan McNabb, threw three costly picks.
Exactly. You can't have it both ways. Our rushing D is only good because they weren't running, and our passing D is legitimately bad because garbage time or not they we were letting them get yards in the air. You can't accept garbage time as an "excuse" for one stat and completely dismiss it for another.Why doesnt the fact they were behind the entire game factor in to why they passed so much?
2) The New Orleans’ offensive line is not very talented and is missing its best player, Jammal Brown, the only player to get a Pro Bowl invitation. It is smallish and is considered a finesse squad. Finesse? I like the way that sounds.
The Bills dared the Saints to win the game on the ground playing five DBs for most of the game. .... It seems as if the Saints’ passing attack can be played to a standstill.