So the news today that Taylor was medically cleared to practice was music to my ears. I think. As much as I was frothing-at-the-mouth excited for him to start the season, he's looked extremely tentative in the early going. And now we see that, really all you need to do is put the ball in just the general vicinity of these guys and they'll make a play. So hopefully he was watching how successful Schroeder was, and will keep that in mind.
San Jose doesn't have this problem. Their quarterback, David Fales, has more yards passing by himself (1194) than Hawaii's 4 do as a team (998). And while his overall stats arent particularly impressive (6 TD's and 5 picks and a 58% completion percentage), Hawaii's ineptitude on offense has had a way of opening up the game for a mediocre offense to look great against a bone-tired defense. So hopefully we can put some drives together and stop Fales. We will see