Essentially, we gave up a scoring drive 50% of the time no matter where the opponent started their drive. It was an incredibly porous defense. Now, you may think Al Groh's defense has regressed. It actually has improved in some respects. Check the graph:
When the opponent is actually forced to march down the field against Groh's D, they perform just as well as Wommack's defense (minus two NFL Draft picks). However, we've given opponents the football on our side of the 50 five times already this season (resulting in three TD's). So, let's hope the defense can step it up and turn those gold bars down a notch. Any thoughts?