Found November 05, 2012 on Eagle in Atlanta:
In the comments section during the game, I predicted a BC comeback. The momentum and our success passing had me thinking that we would score enough to tie it and win in overtime. It never really got that close. But watching the game back I understand why I got excited. There were multiple moments when the offense played really well and Rettig was completing tough throws. But there weren't enough of them and he compounded it with multiple mistakes.Offense: DRettig makes so low percentage throws that it is amazing he doesn't throw more INTs. Aside from the last one where he got hit, the first two were examples of passes he's been trying all year. This week they didn't go his way. Ironically I thought his decision making and footwork were better this week. He didn't have many miss throws. The fumble was a killer, but I blamed that more on the offensive line. I also still believe that he needs to run on a drive. Once again there were plenty of plays where he had dayl...
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