Sounds like Rucker just made himself a candidate for a coaching spot after he retires...
I didnt watch this game, but I caught highlights and have read about it. It seems that this game was pretty much won by the CAR D. They pressured Quincy relentlessly and never allowed DAL to get into an offensive groove. Does that pretty much sum up the game for those of you who watched it?
I guess what Im getting at is - would it be too far of a stretch to say that CAR used this snap-count jump so effectively that it overruled the normal elements of a game plan?
What kind of impact did Rucker's observation have in winning this game? 25%? 75%?