Just wait until we get the run game going with CJ... Locker will have more opprtunities. He did what he was asked today... Play smart. He converted several key 3rd downs and he did not turn the ball over, so he gets a C grade for his performance at the least. The only throws that really pissed me off: 3rd down to Wright - threw the ball behind him; 3rd down to Williams - way underthrew him along the sideline. We knew there would be growing pains when he was drafted... I didn't endorse the pick, but I'm certainly not gonna give up on the guy yet. His stats through his first 12 starts aren't impressive at all, but he is better in basically every statistical category than Peyton was in his first 12 starts. Let me make this clear before someone flips their sh*t... I am in no way comparing Locker to Peyton. I know he'll never be anywhere near what Peyton is, I know more than likely he won't be our franchise QB, and I know that if we do move forward with Jake, he will likely be no better than mediocre to average. But he's started 12 games. It may seem like more since last season was so brutal, but he's barely played in the NFL. Don't forget it took Steve quite some time before he became a good QB. The Steelers had the #1 defense last year. The fact that Locker was able to finish the game without turning the ball over against a Dick LeBeau defense is impressive enough in my eyes. I will take 125 yards and no turnovers over Eli's 450 yards and 3 INTs tonight all day. Just my opinion though. I know some people need to see massive yards and TDs from Locker to be inpressed. As for the rest of the team (other than the moron that is Reynaud) I have no complaints. I don't think our defense missed a single tackle, which has to be some sort of a minor miracle. I was very worried about our defense when they converted like three or four 3rd an longs in a row. But as soon as we recovered that fumble in the endzone, things changed and we looked like a legit defense. DeCastro, WTF was that??? Lastly, I am sincerely sick and tired of the refs allowing Troy Polamalu to jump over the line of scrimmage like a mad man... He was lined up in the neutral zone in 2010 and this game as well. They just let the guy get away with it because it's cool.