The internals probably aren't bad, but it sounds like the internals are looking better in Georgia (where Nunn is a better candidate and would actually be able to hold on to the seat if she ran for re-election).
David Perdue is a truly bad man. But the Democrats' comeback of the late 2000s proved a strategy covering more states is better. (Remember the 50-state strategy?)
If Weiland and Pressler could get their poop in a group, they could actually swing this away from Rounds. I know it's too late for Weiland to be removed from the ballot, but if he comes out and says, "Hey, don't vote for me," that could swing it.