Fair enough. He seemed to fit better as the game went on, and he was without a whole lot of weapons and behind a pretty poor line. Now, I will admit that there were some bad balls thrown, but he didn't make plays that completely killed the team, which is just about all you can ask for in a rookie's first start. He showed a little bit of that game breaking potential last night, and with a little more time to gel with the other skill players, this can be a very good offense.
You couldn't have just said dirty players? You absolutely had to go to thugs?