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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby Metroid » Mon Oct 08, 2007 2:16 am

Exactly Flyn High. Hey Packers fans tell your boy Jones to hold onto the ball and you wouldn't have to worry about the refs. I agree there were some bad calls but turnovers and bad play calling and bad clock management at the end is what really cost you the game.
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Re: GC: Bears at Packers

Postby FatFoot » Mon Oct 08, 2007 12:30 pm

Cowboys 4 life wrote:
FatFoot wrote:Were they out of time outs at the end there? I thought they still had one left, but that there just wasn't enough time on the clock to make it matter. I could be wrong... a bit too much drinking and nail-biting.

Chalk this one up to THE BEARS.


Wrong!

If they had a time out left don't you think they would have used it during that last drive of throwing it right down the middle. The time out was taken from when them when they challenged the spot of the ball and the refs change the spot but took their time out too even though they were right.


Then blame the play calling for throwing to the middle of the field, instead of using the sidelines to stop the clock, and blame the non-hurry up "hurry up offense" and bad time management. You know it as well as I do... there are 2 QBs who you never count out in a 2 minute drill situation: Peyton Manning, and Brett Favre.

They just failed. Time to move on.
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