- Let's not get too carried away with Matt Blanchard, although I think there's enough there to like that if the Bears were to waive him, he'd get snapped up by another team that could use a developmental third. His stats yesterday weren't great, he overthrew a few guys pretty severely and missed a few others badly, but he kept the game winning drive alive by making a pair of really nice throws to Evan Rodriguez. That might say more about Rodriguez than Blanchard, but Blanchard still had to hit Rodriguez, which he did in stride.
- Next, to Robert Griffin III. Griffin was miserable last night - he was skittish, he was hesitant, and the speed of the defense was giving him fits when it came to his mobility. But yesterday, it didn't help Griffin that the Bears' offensive line unit might have been the better unit between the two, and the defensive line and pressure was all over him. Griffin can throw, but I can't remember too many clear pockets, clear throwing lanes, or clear escape routes that Griffin had to utilize.
That's all I've got - what do you have?