Winning ugly is better than losing pretty. How many times have we said, somebody needs to make a play? A bunch. We have been one play away from a win a bunch of times. Levy made a play. His pick in the endzone made the chance for a win be on our side. The pack had to make a play. Good job, Levy. He seemed super smart and diagnosed the play from the pack and got our guys in the right spot, and he wrapped up on his tackles. Heller made a play. I'm not sure he was the intended reciever. Things happened fast, but I though the back had went out that way. Nice run for Heller. Drew had a good game. Every thing went bad for him and he still found a way to win. Hocules wasn't over here screwing up calls, did he have a game in Denver? Rogers, for the pack was stinking before he went out. He did not have the accuracy that he normally shows. He had two recievers who got behind our coverage, and he missed one long, and one short, that was picked. Landon Johnson had a great hit on Rogers, but I think he was acting like a walking brain injury prior to Landon's hard tackle.
Winning ugly sure beats losing pretty.