I think if you see it, you may feel slightly more concerned. I mean the only relevant point really is when #1's go against #1's. That's why the defense really wasn't a focus beyond one on one matchups for example. I thought as decimated as the D was, they did about as much as you could hope. We still had no pass rush, but does anyone think we will have much of one this year without exotic inside blitzes for the most part? I think our interior line will prove to be our defensive strength and once they are healthy they might really boost the D.
The O-line really struggled across every man they had in against the Eagles in the first half. These were one on one battles as well as working as a unit. Our veterans (comparatively) showed more problems than the rookies. Sure Clark got smoked a couple times, (as he has every week) but play for play he was as successful as Castonzo was (which means very often). Clark SHOULD get smoked by one of the best lines in the league, at this point in his career, Castonzo really can't if we want Luck to remain healthy. Losing Mewhort to me is the most devastating thing about the entire game. I think he was our best lineman and it's going to thin out a line full of question marks terribly.
yes, i like Trey over Josh right now, but remember it is not just the level of competition these backs are going against. Trey was drafted by the Skins LAST year, so he's had more time to get up to speed in the NFL, and set himself. Ferg has a chance, even though he's not produced yet, I do see the potention in him. It is possible one of these guys makes the team and the other goes to the PS.