Here's a quick run down. First half: Our first drive was stopped when Jean couldn't pull in a 35 some yard pass attempt along the right sideline. It was not an easy catch to made, but the ball was right there, in his hands. ... Our second drive was stopped because Schaub threw that stupid INT instead of dumping the ball off to a wide-open Foster underneath. ... Our third drive was stopped when Schaub's pass was batted down at the line. He was going to Walter on an out-route that should be enough for a first down on the right side. ... Our fourth drive was stopped when Willfork batted down another short pass attempt to Jean in the middle. ... Our fifth drive was stopped for two reasons: 1. On third down, Jean didn't adjust his route and caught the ball for only 7 yards when needed 12. (maybe it was what he was supposed to do - I'm just guessing that he has the leeway to do it here.) He was running a 5-yd quick hitch or quick in. There was nobody in the middle of the field; if he had continue on as if he was running a quick in, he would have plenty of room to run; instead, the CB came up and tackled him 5yd short of the first-down marker. 2. On fourth down, Walter dropped a ball on the left side that would have gained at least 7-8 yards, more than enough for a first down. ... Our 6th drive was stopped when either Myers or Foster failed to pick up the blitz; Schaub had to throw the ball away. He was going with Walter who was open on another quick out to the left. ... Our 7th drive was stopped because Schaub had to hurry the throw; the ball was just a hair too high for Jean. He barely touched the ball when the safety came up and gave him a big blow in the back. Harris had lost his battle and allowed his man to zero in on Schaub, who was hit pretty hard on that play. That's the end of the half.