Here's each completed pass we threw yesterday and the play or two that followed it: pass, run pass, penalty, pass, run pass, run pass, pass (46 yards), run run pass, run (actually 8 consecutive runs after that completed pass) pass, run pass, run pass (17 yards), pass (4 yards), fumble pass, pass, run, run pass, run pass (20 yards), run pass pass pass, run (three minutes left, things are looking desperate) pass, pass, pass, pass, TD Anyone notice a pattern there? Until desperation time we never called for more than one pass following a completion. And 9 times when we completed a pass it was followed by a run (only 4 times was a completed pass followed by another pass). I wonder how a QB can get into a rhythm when most of his completed passes are followed by a run or when he never gets to throw more than one pass after completing a pass? If you were an opposing DC what kind of defense would you call after we completed a pass? After two passes? And what do we make of the fact that the only time all game when we completed a pass and followed it up with more than one pass we threw four passes in a row, completed all of them, and scored our only passing TD of the game? Do we dismiss it because the game was virtually over at that point? Or do we wonder if we might be on to something with that? I'm not a critic of the coaches, I think WM is going to end up being an outstanding HC. But nobody is perfect. The pattern shown above makes me think that we're pretty easy to defend after we complete a pass and totally simple to defend after we complete one and throw another. And maybe we'd have a more consistent passing game with fewer mistakes if we let Jeff get into a better rhythm than we did against Miami.