I don't know about the defense playing that well. They let Mallett chew up yardage again today. He only had 14 carries for 66 yards, but his average was around 4.7 and it just seemed that at crucial times, he'd rip off a big gain. Sanchez got burned trying to hotdog a pick on the Simon TD, Cox was terrible as usual, and Emry didn't show up to play until the fourth quarter. But the D did man up in the end and hold B.C. at bay, led as usual by Anwar Stewart. What a season the 'old man' is having. And Dix acquitted himself well at Estelle's spot.
I suggest the offense refuse to take the field in the first quarter of any game, because they don't put up points, they don't run the ball, and now they're just turning the ball over. This is supposed to be a high-powered attack? We've sucked for weeks now. Cobourne gets stuffed early and we forget about him until the last half of the fourth quarter. When Anthony Calvillo gets more running touches than Avon Cobourne, you know something is horribly wrong.
The left side of the O-line is crap. Granted, it was Jourdain's first game as a starter, and Seagraves only has 2 games under his belt this year, but we absolutely need better protection for Calvillo on his blindside. If Seagraves doesn't improve at left tackle, get rid of him in the offseason. No sense keeping an import lineman on the roster if he's going to mess the bed like this.
Larry Taylor ... oi. Focus, kid. Think about the team, not flashy returns and your stats.
It's really nice to see Richardson break out and reestablish himself as a receiving threat. On the other hand, I was disappointed that Richardson's big game didn't allow Cahoon more opportunities to see the ball.