Watching the Bears-Eagles game, there was some question on the first (?) Bears TD as to whether the receiver had both feet in bounds but Andy Reid didn't challenge and the play stood. It seems that Reid is one of those coaches who challenges less than the norm. I don't have the stats and I'm sure there is some site with the number of challenges by team and the number overturned. It got me wondering why this it?? Is it a conscious decision not to risk a t.o. lost on a challenge if it fails ( as opposed to some teams that take a timeout to decide if they want to challenge-duh??) or are the coaches upstairs too slow or too afraid to make a decision???? Food for thought on a Monday morning..