..from Sage cost us this game. If he was even HALF the QB people on here think he is, then he would of won that game. Fact is, he lost it on his own - pure and simple. 1. His INT was ridiculous. He threw into double coverage and the ball was behind the receiver. 2. Poor clock management on his part lead to us not having enough time to engineer a final drive. Several times he let precious time slip off the clock - time which we could've used at the end of the game. Nice one Sage! 3. Most of his throws were behind the receiver requiring acrobatic catches and preventing them from gaining more YAC. Next time out those bad passes will result in INTs. 4. We can't count his TD's because they were in garbage time and the Thumbtacks were in Prevent D. The INT is still counted because it's part of the weight of evidence against him. 5. He is not performing to his cap hit. He is one the most expensive back up QBs in the league and needs to start performing according to his cap hit. 6. He didn't try to stretch the defense and when he did, the ball ended up in row Z! 7. His dinking and dunking us down the field ate up too much time, preventing us from going for the winning TD. 8. He's been in this league long enough to know better and the mistakes he made were like a rookie. Time for him to put up or shut up. 9. He just doesn't have "it". You could see his lack of leadership out there in the body language of his team mates. They just knew he couldn't get the job done. 10. He was locking on to Owen Daniels when other options were open - possibly for TDs. If he can't learn to look for other receivers then we need to bring in someone else. I am glad DC got benched because he was truly awful. But let's not allow that to keep us from holding Sage to the same standards as the starting QB. The backup QB is always the most popular guy in town - until he becomes the starter. PS - Next, I'll explain how Sage contributed to the punt return for a TD.