08 Oct 2007
Bobby Petrino's Louisville offenses were consistently among the best in college football. His pro offense? Not so much. Against Tennessee, Petrino benched an ineffective Joey Harrington for the recently-signed Byron Leftwich, but the results were much the same. Four of the last five Atlanta possessions started in Tennessee territory and netted zero points, leaving tight end Alge Crumpler to publicly question Petrino's playcalling. It may be time for Bill Simmons to pack away his Ewing Theory for the year.
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Our offseason Four Downs series continues with a division-by-division look at each team's biggest remaining holes and their most notable UDFA signings. Does anyone in the NFC South have any pass rushers? Well, the Bucs might, but they still need more players to catch the ball.