That was a completely different looking Offense in the second half with Porter on the field. All year I've been thinking our problems were primarily with the OLine and then the receiver corps. The line held for Porter and heck, even Mitchell caught passes.
Hopefully the organization learned from the Maas mistake. Hanging onto a QB who clearly isn't getting the job done does not win football games. There are similarities between Maas and Printers: we're all blaming the players around them, schemes, etc. Maas showed up here with a wonky shoulder and separation anxiety. Printers showed up with rust from three years of holding a clip board and arrogance.
At this point we aren't making the playoffs. Porter deserves to start the next game for a truer test of his abilities. If he plays an entire game like he did the second half of tonight's then it's time to cut the Printers' cable.
You can't really expect season ticket sales to go up next year, and the base is getting a 25% discount. To me that makes an ineffective Printers too rich for Tigertown blood.