Steelers' linebacker Larry Foote is accusing the Jags' offensive line of holding on David Garrard's 32-yard 4th down scramble that set up Josh Scobee's game-winning field goal:
"I don't want to get fined, but watch the long quarterback sneak," Foote said. "Watch the middle of the defensive line and you'll see. You'll see it. Watch what happens in the middle of the field. … You see a big old hole open up and you'll see the reason why."
Was it because they were getting blocked? Ha, just kidding Larry. But aren't there players that back the defensive line to insure a slow QB doesn't run a third of the field? I can't remember what those guys are called. Anyway, the Steelers came back in this game? I turned it off when the Jags went up 28-10, and resumed my research of the Jags' #1 fan in Beyond the Call of Booty 2. -KD