1. The jury’s still out on Noah Kim
While Noah Kim didn’t look all that bad, he still was inconsistent and his final numbers were probably better than they actually should’ve been.
Kim finished the game with 279 yards and two touchdowns with no picks on 18-of-31 passing. That wasn’t bad at all, but it was aided by a few long throws which he actually made the right pass but there were a number of plays throughout the game, especially to start, that he didn’t hit his open guy and he was missing by a comfortable 5-6 yards.
Overthrows, underthrows, rushed passes, and throws behind receivers, Kim was incredibly shaky early on but finally figured it out in the second half.
Kim looked like he could be the guy in the long term on numerous occasions but there were other times in which he looked like he had no business in there over Katin Houser.
We’ll find out a lot about Kim in two weeks.