And there is one play that stood out to me. Schaub is in his own endzone and throws an ill-advised pass to a covered Owen Daniels. I am thinking it's a pick for sure. The ball is thrown behind Daniels and it may have been the defender who tipped it, but it was tipped and Daniels makes the catch behind him and picks up 31 yards on what could have been a tipped INT. SO I am thinking, why is it when a ball is thrown anywhere but directly in the hands of our WRs, it is tipped ? Several of Henne's picks happened exactly this way. I have all the games TIVO'd, I am going to go see how many of Henne's INTs were not his fault, but the fault of the WR. I know at least 5 I can think of right now. Point is, GOOD WRs make plays on the less than perfect throws, most of the time ours don't.
If you want to accuse of receivers of not being able to catch, you're barking up the wrong tree. All 3 of our guys (Marshall, Bess, and Hartline) have great hands. Wallace and Moore I'm not sold on.