QB: A He had the one bad throw on what should have been an easy pass to the back. There was a pass rush but he still has to make that throw, he has all year long, and did later in the game. Otherwise, an outstanding effort by the best pure passing QB in college football. I would also like to see him go to a hot read on these blitzes that get to him so quickly. He still isn't consistently sensing the blitz. He continues to complete passes at an 11 yard clip per attempt. He had 4 incompletions, and one of those were dropped by Beckham. RB: A+ 33 carries for 245 yards and 6 TDs. Enough said. WR: A+ Even with the one easy drop by Beckham, this unit was so outstanding and dominating, they still get an A+ grading. 17 catches for 276 yards and 2 TDs for the fantastic duo. TE/FB: C It does not look like we will get any real production out of our TEs this season. Copeland did go down with injury tonight, hopefully it was not severe, as he was a catalyst for the running game dominating. OL: A Aside from being manhandled on a couple of blitzes, the line was really outstanding tonight, both protecting Mettenberger and opening up gaping holes for the running backs. DL: D This unit is still struggling mightily to lend any help overall to the defensive efforts. They are easily blocked at the point of attack and don't generate any pass rush, causing us to blitz and put our weak coverage unit in jeopardy. LB: D Again, this unit is probably saved by Kwon Alexander from getting an F. Barrow and Welter just aren't SEC capable linebackers. Louis, Beckwith and some others need to see the field more. DB: D+ If it wasn't for the opposing QB throwing late on some wide open passes, this unit would have gotten an F. But they did indeed make the plays on turnover and pass breakups on 3rd down in the 2nd half, so credit needs to be given for that. Robinson will be our best CB before long, and Tre White will be solid on the other side. Robinson made a great play on a bubble screen to the WR on a 3rd down play, forcing a FG. Hopefully improved secondary play comes before playing both Alabama and A&M. Special Teams: B+ I still don't quite get why we simply can't boom the kick towards the back of the endzone each and every time. We do it roughly half the time. They had a huge 46 yard kickoff return on one of the short ones. The punting was great tonight, 2 for 97 yards, 48.5 yard average. Hopefully that continues. Coaching: B- At some point, you're going to have to trust your all star QB to throw a play action fake from the 1 yard line. Yes, I'm talking to you Les Miles. The defense was ill prepared to play well for the 2nd straight game. Fortunately we had some turnovers in the 2nd half, although MSU moved it on us to the tune of about 200 yards. I'll take bend but don't break from here on out, if we can't get these guys coached up any better.