Brady Quinn has some concerns about how Notre Dame matches up with Syracuse this weekend.

The former Fighting Irish quarterback was asked to analyze the matchup in a segment on CBS Sports on Tuesday. Quinn identified Syracuse’s rushing attack as a potential “achilles heel” for the Irish.

“I’m looking at this thing, Garrett Shrader is going to be a problem for Notre Dame’s defense,” Quinn said. “The way he is able to run the football alongside Sean Tucker. That, to me, is going to be the achilles heal of how this game goes.”

Here’s a full clip of Quinn’s analysis:

Notre Dame ranks No. 67 nationally in rushing defense this season at 4.02 yards per attempt allowed. That mark will be tested this week with the Orange’s explosive rushing attack. Syracuse is fifth in the ACC at 4.81 yards per carry. Both Shrader and Tucker are capable of hurting defenses on the ground.

Against Clemson, Tucker received only five carries for the entire game. Syracuse will likely make an effort to increase his touches against Notre Dame in Week 9.

For the season, Tucker ranks second in the ACC with 99.71 rushing yards per game. He averaged 5.41 yards per attempt and is also a threat to catch the ball out of the backfield. He scored a receiving touchdown last week vs. the Tigers.

Kickoff is at 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday afternoon.