Originally Posted by footballbutterfly
I'm more concerned that Carr be allowed to pass the ball more. The Vikings have a sorry secondary that should be easy to burn. Conservative play is not going to cut it as the season rolls on and I'd love to see an explosive offense, especially against Indy!
Yeah keeping the #1 offense on the field as much as possible is the key to success. This (and Indy) are classic Capers games of grind out time and points (hopefully) with a balanced attack and reduce the high powered offense to 8 possessions instead of 12. Yes we need to take our shots where they come, but if Carr has more than 40 passing attempts in this game, we lost.