Originally Posted by BossChief
If you take away the fumble (that really wasn't all his fault, thats totally on the refs and Albert) and the Moeaki pick (which also wasn't his fault...ball placement was just just fine) he had a good game. Good zip and accuracy on his passes and he showed some poise on some of his throws.
Lets not act like the guy had a terrible game.
Sorry, but that's objective.
If, if, if...wouldn't it be nice JUST ONCE to say he had a good game without a bunch of stupid caveats?