...but I didn't know it was this bad. We were 31st on yards per rush on D after Shaz went down. Wow. Shaz was a super player, but to have to D fall apart THAT badly from one player going down is pretty inexcusable. It either means the team was completely unprepared at back up ILB (we did sign a guy off his couch to start, unheard of), failed at being imaginative in coming up with a scheme to compensate some, or was strung together with duct tape in other areas (safeties proving maybe the worst in the NFL didn't help). Bottom line, being weak at NT didn't help things either. Without a Hampton type, the 3-4 is weak up the middle in a 3-4. We have NO ONE like that. I hope and pray they hit on fixing the safeties and NT situation, or it will be a long season.