OK, after a sufficient cooling off period and further review, this is what I saw on each of the called passing plays from the Indy game. Since this is from game film and the camera typically does not show the WR’s until the ball is thrown, you can’t make any judgment on whether Carr was holding the ball when he had open WR’s. There are probably 4 plays where it would be nice to see the coverage. 1st Quarter 12:43 3rd & 6 shotgun, 3 WR’s-2 left. Carr has two seconds in a good pocket and then both McKinney and Wade let their guys through and Carr runs for a 1st down. 11:28 2nd & 9 2 WR’s, 2 TE’s, Carr takes a 5 step drop. At 1st Pitts is solo on Thomas and doing fine. McKinney and Hodgden are doubled on Raeger-then McKinney releases and hits Thomas from behind pushing him and Pitts back at Carr. Thomas splits Pitts and McKinney while Raeger comes around Hodg where McKinney used to be and they sack Carr at 11:25. IMO this was pretty bad pass protection, but Carr had about a 75% chance of moving forward and to the right to buy more time but kind of danced instead. 10:56 3rd & 17 shotgun, 3 WR’s-2 left. 1.5 secs ball out to Gaff short of 1st down. Any longer and Raeger was coming unprotected around the left side. 2:16 3rd & 2 2 WR, 2 TE. Designed roll right, nice moving pocket. 2:14 Carr mis-throws low and left of Gaffney. 2nd Quarter 12:57 1st & 10 2WR, 5 step drop-ball is gone just prior to 12:55. Raeger is once again unmolested by McKinney who paddycakes him once and then for some inexplicable reason moves to double with Hodg-Raeger would have had a sack if the ball weren’t gone. INT-people could differ on this one. IMO the ball was thrown in the right spot and Bradford made one of the laziest cuts ever-if he breaks on his cut with any seriousness, the ball hits him in stride on the numbers. 10:06 3rd & 14 3 WR-2 right, TE-Right shotgun. Little over 2 seconds ball gone splitting two defenders for 1st down to TE. Ball was thrown low but catchable. OL protection was good. 5:44 4th & 2 This one was a designed keeper I think but I’ll list it anyway. Carr just rolls left for easy 1st down. 5:22 1st & 10 1 WR-motion right to left, 2 TE, FB & HB. Designed roll left, OL does very good job of driving DL to the right. Carr runs for 1st down. 2:00 3rd & 6 shotgun 3 WR-2 Right, 1 TE right. Carr gets 3 seconds of good protection then ends up splitting the pressure and running for a 1st down. This play and the previous one are the ones I would really like to see the WR coverage on. Wade runs Mathis around play for a while but then looses control. Pitts controls Freeney for about 2 seconds until Freeney spins and breaks free. Brown and Hodg double Simon and drive him into the ground. McKinney stands around doing nothing because Raeger dropped into coverage. :37 1st & Goal at the 8. Designed roll left-OL again does a good job of driving the DL to the right. At :34 the ball is in the air to Gaff for a TD. 3rd Quarter 9:51 3rd & 2 3 WR’s-Gaff in motion left to right. Designed roll right ball gone quickly for a 1st down. Doesn’t affect the play, but Brown doesn’t even bother to try to slow Raeger down on a delayed rush. 8:26 2nd & 11 3 WR’s-2 left. 8:24 ball is gone-perfect pass to Mathis who drops it. Freeney well handled by Pitts with DD chipping. Wade runs Mathis out of the play well. Brown and Hodg again drive Simon into the ground. McKinney nuts up and does a very good solo job on Raeger. As usual, just one in eleven has to futz something up. 8:20 3rd & 11 3 WR’s-2 right, shotgun. Pitts good solo on Freeney. Mckinney initially good on Raeger, then Hodg comes to assist and both let him break free to the inside forcing Carr to scramble-he gains one to the right side. Wade rides Mathis around the play. Brown handles Simon solo just fine. :10 1st & 10 2 WR, 1 TE-right. Designed roll right with OL doing a good job of driving the DL left. Nobody accounts for the LOLB-sack for 1 yard. 15:00 2nd & 10 3 WR-2 left, shotgun. Carr hit before 2 seconds click off by Brock who blows by Brown unimpeded. 14:07 3rd & 23 3 WR’s-2 right. Pitts does an excellent solo job on Thomas. Wade handles Mathis well solo. Brown runs DT out of the play. Freeney runs at McKinney then backs out and around Thomas to the outside with McKinney falling down. 3 seconds to the sack by Freeney-another one it would be nice to see the coverage down field. 10:12 3rd & 5 3 WR’s-2 right, shotgun. 2 seconds and ball is gone to DD for a 1st down. Pitts handles Raeger easily. Wade continues riding Mathis wide. McKinney, Hodge & Brown go 3 on 2 with Freeney and Simon to solidly clog the middle. Would have been a great opportunity to hit a long play down field. 9:35 1st & 10 2 WR-one in motion left to right. Designed roll right. 2 seconds ball gone for 4 yd completion to Gaffney. I guess 4 was all they wanted since he was the only receiver over there and it was a roll to that side. 8:18 3rd & 5 3 WR-2 left, shotgun. By 8:16 Wade has run Mathis straight into Carr and Freeney is splitting a Pitts McKinney double team. Pure OL sack. 7:50 2 pt conversion 3 WR’s-2 left. 4 seconds of time and then an inexcusable throw out of bounds. McKinney gives up on play and lets Simon through to hit Carr. Single biggest impression I had was McKinney desperately needs to get upgraded in the offseason. Even without considering the money, he ain’t getting it done. The OL in many instances looks like they think their job is only to protect for 2 seconds. There were a lot of plays where they made good initial effort and then stopped. They need to keep mauling their guys until the whistle blows--looks like a product of bad coaching IMO. Pendry better not give up on the passing game because teams are 100% game planning for DD now and this OL simply cannot force their will consistantly. Yes they do have some plays where the run blocking is very good but often it is not. For instance on two of the 1st three running plays of the game, McKinney got blown up and allowed DD to get hit in the backfield. One of those DD made into a 5 yd run anyway, but on the other it was -1. He has got to pass enough to get the safeties out of the box.