I was most disappointed in Geno Smith. Starting with reports that he was the instigator of the pregame midfield melee, he never looked completely locked in. Sure there were some nice throws - notably the bomb to Bailey, but for the most part he seemed disorganized and rattled by the conditions (if you're scoring at home you can add sleet to the west Texas winds as things that Geno can't overcome). For better or worse this is how I'll always remember 2012 Geno Smith: blindingly spectacular when he was on, but running his mouth just a bit too much (like this unnecessary shot from earlier in the week) and unwilling to fight back against real adversity. Need a high-performance machine to keep pace in an offensive shootout? Geno is your guy. Need a tough set of wheels to plow through a little slushy adversity? Keep on looking. Also and why http://blogs.dailymail.com/wvu/2012/12/28/on-friends-and-foes/#more-12465 act like that?