As someone else noted, though, there is a problem with personnel when Ike Taylor is on your hands team.
Watching replays of that just irritated me more. Ike was the outside guy. Had he stayed in his lane, the ball would have come right to him 11 or 12 yards downfield. And it was perfectly blocked; Matthews was in the area but I don't think he'd have gotten there. Instead, he jumps inside when he sees the ball actually coming his way, ignoring the huge white line that indicates where he has to be before he touches it.
Ike jumped that ball like a teenager going after his first lay. dude needs a Dr. Pepper - slower is better...trust me, I'm a doctor.