Take away an INT that was a difficult catch for Porter, and Culpeper played well enough to win the game.

I saw a guy coming off a devastating knee injury, a guy who hadn't played a real game in almost a year, play the Super Bowl champion on the road against one of the best defenses in football. And he was in a position to win. Not too bad if you ask me.

Yeah, a floated a couple (the one that was almost intercepted in the EZ was BAD), and a couple of ground balls. So what. A lot of top QBs will do that. Give him another couple of games to get comfortable, and he'll be very good. That's my prediction.