A view from C Deck -
Agree with the poster with a couple other observations.
The TE issue doesn't bother me. I view Day as programming a computer. He ran the TE package in the first game and knows it works. Time to run and debug something else.
Dobbins - Had a good game but needs to see the field better. In both games he missed huge holes. In the Cincy game, coming out of the closed end of the stadium, around the 22-24 yard line there was a running play going wide, the WR kicked out the DB to the sideline and the pulling lineman pushed the defender inside, if Dobbins goes outside he goes 70+ yards but he cut inside into the lineman's block. This happens a lot. His vision is the difference between being a good back and a great back
Tackling - a huge improvement. There were a a handful of times, in each of the first two games, where we had one on one tacking opportunities by DB's/LB's and they made the tackle for a 2-4 yard gain. If they missed, its a 10-15-20 yard gain or more.
Tress 2.0 - Fully expected us to be aggressive with 1:20 ish left in the first half and couple of timeouts left. However, we had a running play and let the clock run out.
WR's - I agree Fields is holding the ball a little too long (although much improved over the FAU game). However, he WR's are not doing him any favors. They are not getting any separation as the play goes on. They are stuck against the DB or sideline. I think this will improve over time as the passing chemistry grows.
Hate the spots on the CB slide - but from C deck they look about right.
Penalties - way improved. Roughing the Passer, oh my
Best wishes to the UC player on his recovery. Again from C Deck, it was weird because we could see he was not touched but went down like a bag of rocks.