Last night's game unfolded like an overhyped, bad horror movie. It started out with such promise, and then I watched as the most compelling characters where eliminated, one by one, in the first couple of scenes. After that was a long boring stretch where you waiting for something good to happen, but never did. While the good guys won in the end, I was left feeling a bit ripped off. Now here's what scared me...
Our best offensive and defensive players left with injuries.
Our biggest hitter was Assante Samuel.
We're down to our #4 center.
Special teams was more than abysmal. Or maybe I mean LESS than abysmal.
The line couldn't hold back Sister Mary of the Poor.
Maclin (or Maclyn if you prefer) looked like the second coming of Todd Pinkston, only not as tough.
Chad Hall is NOT the answer on returns.
Jason Peters has the attention span of an ADHD kid at a carnival.
Andy looked lost on the sideline, yet again.
I hope against hope that I'm wrong, but if last night was any indicator, it's going to be a long, long season.