I know we looked pretty darn bad and it's like polishing a turd (it doesn't get better and just makes you feel dirty), but has anyone (unoriginal is the one that springs to mind, but I'd love to hear from anyone with some better insight into this aspect of the game) looked at how things broke down over the course of the game? Was it scheming and stunting (I know they weren't bringing the house, but was the right side of the line getting beaten straight up or beaten mentally?) or just flat out lack of performance. It certainly looked like Kaczur was just slow and awful on pass protection against faster players, but I didn't see a lot of Yates as the game progressed...was that a good sign or just him floating in space when he should have been giving Kaczur a bit of help? It certainly looked to my eyes like the left side of the line wasn't too bad except when the tight ends (watson mostly) let Porter run rampant, but I didn't notice Koppen, Mankins, or Light looking awful the way Kaczur did. Thoughts, analysis, input? If not, I understand, I can't really bring myself to watch that over yet, but was hoping for something to read other than "o noez, weze doomd!" or "yoo suck at cheerz!"