True. The depth of the roster, except on the play making skill position front, has allowed us to stay competitive and win our share of close games to sit at 6-7. The lack of play making on O, including at the QB position and continual special teams gaffes has not allowed us to survive the small margin for error we had thus catching up to us as the second half of the season went on. Our best play makers on O - probably TY and Marlon Mack, having injuries, did contribute to our margin of error shrinking further.
See, this is what is called 'subjective bias'. I saw the same play/game real time, because I live in SW FL which often get the Bucs on one channel, and Dolphins on the other but they pre-empted Bucs/Colts for Saints/49er's here for some reason. (Shame CBS!!)
I Was like 'oh, wow, sorry dude. First you had a P.I. call on you a few plays ago to extend the drive, now a personal foul on a defenseless receiver' to extend it once more.'
You thought opposite. I don't know, maybe you even thought the P.I. was ticky tack (I did not).
You said- "And they didn’t throw the flag until he grabbed his head and they weren’t going to until he grabbed his head for the reason that they always don’t throw them in those cases."
I don't feel that is the case. Nevertheless, I would be coaching every receiver that gets hit in the head or neck before he can take steps or hit the ground to grab your head when you're on the ground, as soon as you hear the whistle. Every time. There's a reason the NFL put the defenseless player stipulations in the rule book. That play met them, including the foul that was committed.