It's just a saying. In which case you burn Taylor or Gay with AJ Green as soon as they leave one of them 1 on 1 to defend the run. Pittsburgh's defense shouldn't be your main concern. I'd be more concerned about Ben, Antonio, and Bell.
Yeah, end of the day it didn't matter. Hoyer wouldn't have beaten Cincy, so playoffs were lost anyway...might as well see what you have. They can blame the timing all you want, but the throws hit you in the hands, you have to catch it...I don't care if you've never even played with the guy before. Lack of chemistry can account for poor routes and/or timing/anticipation throws, but ones that hit you in the chest that are dropped...just a lack of effort.
Stats were ugly, but he looked a lot sharper. Lot of velocity on the throws, better anticipation and timing, and better accuracy. Stats show 3-8 for 32 yards...what they don't show are 3 ugly drops. He threw 8 passes, 6 were catchable. I'll take that "progress". Would help if our line wasn't abysmal without Mack in, and if our RB didn't trip over his own feet for -4 yards every 3 runs. Everyone loves Crowell for some reason...I don't get it.