Shanknancy is calling BB's decision to go for it, one of the worse of all time. He claims that it is right up there with Buckner's whiff (don't ask me the bizarre logic behind that). As usual, that d-bag is dead wrong. In 1995, Barry Switzer made a decision to for for it on a 4th and yard on his 29, when the Cowboys played the Eagles. This was the power left play he loved to run, and he had actually ran it TWICE in a row (3rd and then 4th down) Emmitt Smith was stuffed on that 4th down and Switzer was called "Bozo Coach" the next day. Unlike BB, who only had to get the first down to win the game, Switzer had to go another 40 yards to win. Now the funny thing is: Switzer got attacked by the media for pulling such a bone-headed move. And one unexpected byproduct of this was that the team rallied around him and pulled together. They won the rest of their games that season. And won the superbowl. 'Nuff said.