To be fair, Pennington was a Pro-Bowl quarterback prior to his injury. And he made a few throws, sometimes under pressure, that were simpily perfect and indefensible (including that TD throw that Hope got beat on; Hope had great coverage and still gave it up). Consider this; the defense was on the field WAAAY too long at times because of our offense's inability to stay on the field. That will make any defense have problems because of fatigue. Our secondary has talent; we saw this on more than a few drives today. Jones is still growing, but has the best talent there. LT remains average, with Hope doing his best in his first real game. Hill looks lost (sorry Gunny, it's true) more times then he looks solid (although that was a heads up play on the INT called back). The biggest weakness at this point is O-Line and QB confusion.