A couple things that I really enjoyed from Jake today. First of all, his escape-ability. He had the great runs including a 40 yarder and a TD, but him running out of the pass rush, extending the play, and delivering the ball for positive yards is what I really like to see from him. He did that several times, and it just takes the wind right out of a defense when they think they have a sack and it turns out to be a first down. Jake also had a rough first quarter. We weren't moving the ball well, we had several drops, dumb penalties, hadn't established the run (yet), and punted from our end zone several times. It looked frighteningly similar to last week. Then Jake stepped up. He was out there making plays, hitting receivers, and moving the defense back off the line. After that CJ had just 1 or 2 bad runs the entire remainder of the game. Accuracy was better. That throw to Hunter...perfect. Read the man coverage and delivered a high, jump ball to the front piline. That's exactly how you exploit a size mismatch in the end zone. That was coming off of a perfect throw to Delanie Walker which somehow almost got intercepted. He had several overthrows though, and that sideline pass to Nate could have gone yard if he threw it inbouds. Nevertheless, he made the throws he had to make, and HE bailed out a receiving corps that by and large let him down with several drops.