That pass to Doyle was behind him. He had separation on the cross and had to stop and grab back which allowed the D to catch up. He only got one hand on it. That was purely a JB issue. If he leads Doyle in the least, or really just doesn't throw it behind him, we have a first down.
No, the offense only scored 3 TDs today... 2 passing, 1 rushing.
And the the D had 1 TD by themselves (pick 6). Also, 10 of the offensive points were products of defensive turnovers.
When you're playing the 2nd best rush D, and 2nd worst pass D, it most certainly does matter. Especially when you're playing a team that is top 5 in scoring.
While the TDs themselves really don't matter (how they are scored), it's pretty obvious you need more "whatever" in the air than what we got today. If you expected to run all over the 2nd best rushing D, not sure what to tell you.