Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by sb1, Jan 12, 2019.
Why? Wouldn't you rather see them get smacked around in a cold Gillette Stadium next week?
Im always amazed at how poorly some of these coaches and players mis-manage the clock...slowly walking back to the ball, dicking around trying to call a play.,,....no sense of urgency.....just amazing and stupid.
We would have slaughtered Indi.
I did wanna see that too. But it was a win win for me. After all I started hearing from that organisation after W in HOU and that stupid flag I couldn't help myself. Wanted to see em stomped out. Got impatient. And I was not disappointed
Wow what a terrible play by talib
Take Dak out for concussion protocol. Do it! Show you really care about concussion NYJFL*
By "lousy" I'm referring to them being competitive. It's got nothing to do with the millennial fetish for WRs running up and down the field for thousands of yards and hundreds of points.
Dallas unable to run or stop the run. Strange. Very important they get that score before the 2 min warning. Interesting finish unlike earlier game
Picked a hell of time to not play any defense.
I at least want to see the Cowboys have a shot here....
Had rams not scored that last TD, cowboys could have just tied it with a two point play.
Now that I don't get, why not onside it
There's no way I wouldn't have tried an O.K there-- there's 2 minutes left and they have Gurley and CJ who have killed them all day. I mean the conservative play could work in their favor but I really hate seeing teams not being aggressive with their lives on the line.
Onside kicks have a 8% success rate.
I didn’t think I could hate Kelce more than I already have until I saw that McDonald’s ad
Because of the recent rule change or always?
I Googled it recently and remember about 8%.
Unsure, but. Less successful since rule change than they were before.
recent rule change has destroyed onside recovery rate...another moronic mistake by the Omissioner
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