I think the worst thing about Shula is how his offensive game plans blossom. The Panthers want to do as little as they can offensively and still win the game. What this means is if at the start of the game, is a HB iso is getting 4 yards every time, that's all they'll call. As that shows it doesn't work, they'll slowly open up the playbook to include things like forward passing, crossing routes, etc.
This is so fuging conservative and essentially wastes the first 3-4 drives of the game as the Panthers futz about old Harvard v Yale plays from the Hoover administration.
Shula is delusional about the team he has. These guys can't run the ball and they can't force their will on anyone. We see it every single week and here he goes out there running Marty Schottenheimer's playbook from 1995. It's infuriating.
Byron had a couple holds but he also had a sick pancake block and really wasn't that bad.
Trai Turner was getting pushed like a sled, and fuging up Kalil who was covering for him. You could constantly see ryan check to his right to make sure Trai wasn't getting blown up.
Decoud once again missed his gap on a massive run. the 80 yard bell run was almost the exact same play the bucs ran on the fullback dive in week 1, and he missed his spot the exact same way. Trucked at the line, slow on the Steelers crossing route TD, just a miserable player.