a) Nealon doesn't control the clock, his stacked ensemble in the backfield does (Holmes, Keith and Szarka)
b) As far as intensity goes, I still think that this team is desperately searching for its identity among other things. It seemed to me like they were looking for leaders to step up and take charge and nobody did. The defense held up for awhile there, but as people have already said, tuckered out in the second half because they were on the field twice as long as the offense was, literally...The Bombers need a quarterback to come into the came and take firm control of the reigns. The only guy who has managed to accomplish that for this team so far this season is Russ Michna. Give Glenn a second chance, but if its more of the same, they should turn to Michna or the young gun (Martin) and see if they can settle things down and make plays. The O line will gain confidence along with the receivers, if they start sustaining drives they can start handing the ball over to Roberts and get him going. In turn, the defense will get much needed rest and a renewed faith in the team as a whole because they know they have an offense that can bail them out. In conclusion, confidence is the key to increased intensity, and the key to confidence is a confident quarterback.