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#31 Vandilay Industries

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Posted November 04 2012, 10:14 PM

I hated that call. It's 4th and goal (a foot away) and you've been running the ball successfully all day and converting 4th downs all season. You either go for it by running Redman or you play action bootleg and toss to the TE in the flat or Ben walks in. In this case, you take your worst athlete on the field, who's 10 yards behind the goal line. Today, the Steelers were good enough to make up for the refs and their own mistakes.

Agreed. I can't be certain but I don't recall Redman losing yardage on any more than 2 carries the entire game. They were routinely blowing the Giants off the ball.

Foolish decision. I'd have reluctantly been OK with them kicking the FG. I'd have preferred Redman up the gut or a QB sneak. That fake FG was simply awful. Here's another reason why -- what if your kicker gets hurt there? He's missed one FG all year. Stupid, stupid, stupid.
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Posted November 04 2012, 10:28 PM

Tillman's a darkhorse DPOY candidate.

GBU is going to be full of Bears mentions, lol.



I think the Bears starting two CBs should be the two All-pro CBs in the NFL. THAT'S how good those two are playing right now.

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Posted November 04 2012, 10:33 PM

Agreed. I can't be certain but I don't recall Redman losing yardage on any more than 2 carries the entire game. They were routinely blowing the Giants off the ball.

Foolish decision. I'd have reluctantly been OK with them kicking the FG. I'd have preferred Redman up the gut or a QB sneak. That fake FG was simply awful. Here's another reason why -- what if your kicker gets hurt there? He's missed one FG all year. Stupid, stupid, stupid.


Yeah, I didn't like the call. Tomlin's DF bailed him out today. I still can't believe how inefficient the Giants OF was. For the most part, the Steelers didn't blitz very much today. THey played alot of man to man with their CBs with zone under.

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Posted November 04 2012, 10:35 PM

Is it me, or is it a fore gone conclusion that the Cowboys are going to lose this game?

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Posted November 04 2012, 11:01 PM

well now sure, but I think you are hard pressed to sell that as some sort of condemnation of the Cowboys when you had to wait until midway through the 4th to say it. They hung in all night against a team that looks vastly superior overall

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Posted November 04 2012, 11:28 PM

well now sure, but I think you are hard pressed to sell that as some sort of condemnation of the Cowboys when you had to wait until midway through the 4th to say it. They hung in all night against a team that looks vastly superior overall


That's how they play all their games. Hang around to shit the bed in the 4th. Tonigh it was missed tackles on the last Falcon's drive.

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Posted November 05 2012, 02:29 AM

and yet they still had a decent stab at the longshot win at the end

closer than anyone else has come to knocking down the Falcons this year...except maybe Oakland

oh and I dont like to get into zebra hunting this side of the replacement refs...but since you are questioning Dallas' NFL manhood/will to fight or whatever on the last Falcons drive..I have to say Dallas got absolutely dicked by the non OPI call on Roddy White on what otherwise would have almost surely been an INT of faggy nickname and thus given a much shorter field, longer clock, and only down by 3 instead of 6 for the cowboys last drive.

Yeah bad calls happen part of the game, and they still could have blown it even with a better hand blah blah blah...but I don't think you can pin this one on their alleged collective mental weakness. They were fighting hard right down to the gun, and just came up short against one of the best teams in the league :shrug:

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Posted November 05 2012, 06:42 AM

Agreed. I can't be certain but I don't recall Redman losing yardage on any more than 2 carries the entire game. They were routinely blowing the Giants off the ball.

Foolish decision. I'd have reluctantly been OK with them kicking the FG. I'd have preferred Redman up the gut or a QB sneak. That fake FG was simply awful. Here's another reason why -- what if your kicker gets hurt there? He's missed one FG all year. Stupid, stupid, stupid.


Yep, that's another reason that I didn't think of or mention.
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Posted November 05 2012, 08:06 AM

closer than anyone else has come to knocking down the Falcons this year...except maybe Oakland


Uh, what was the Panthers effort in Atlanta, chopped liver?

But, yeah, I was wondering how the Cowboys were going to lose it in the fourth. I agree, they weren't bad, but their defense, which had played pretty well all game, gave up some huge gains in the fourth. And what was that last-ditch drive? 80 yards away, time for three plays and they three outs before the final play, and even that did not go down field. It was like somebody told Romo, "hey, you haven't thrown an interception yet in this game. Don't eff it up."

I realize their chances of pulling out a win in that situation are minimal, but they did not even try. They might as well have taken a knee.

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Posted November 05 2012, 08:16 AM

Uh, what was the Panthers effort in Atlanta, chopped liver?

But, yeah, I was wondering how the Cowboys were going to lose it in the fourth. I agree, they weren't bad, but their defense, which had played pretty well all game, gave up some huge gains in the fourth. And what was that last-ditch drive? 80 yards away, time for three plays and they three outs before the final play, and even that did not go down field. It was like somebody told Romo, "hey, you haven't thrown an interception yet in this game. Don't eff it up."

I realize their chances of pulling out a win in that situation are minimal, but they did not even try. They might as well have taken a knee.


It doesn't count...Carolina is Seattle East in terms of national recognition. :shrug:


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Posted November 05 2012, 08:39 AM

It doesn't count...Carolina is Seattle East in terms of national recognition. :shrug:


Actually, I've been really creeped out by how much attention Seattle has gotten this season.

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Posted November 05 2012, 08:57 AM

and yet they still had a decent stab at the longshot win at the end

closer than anyone else has come to knocking down the Falcons this year...except maybe Oakland

oh and I dont like to get into zebra hunting this side of the replacement refs...but since you are questioning Dallas' NFL manhood/will to fight or whatever on the last Falcons drive..I have to say Dallas got absolutely dicked by the non OPI call on Roddy White on what otherwise would have almost surely been an INT of faggy nickname and thus given a much shorter field, longer clock, and only down by 3 instead of 6 for the cowboys last drive.

Yeah bad calls happen part of the game, and they still could have blown it even with a better hand blah blah blah...but I don't think you can pin this one on their alleged collective mental weakness. They were fighting hard right down to the gun, and just came up short against one of the best teams in the league :shrug:


Yeah, I don't know whether to blame the officials on that one or credit Roddy White who did a great job of hiding it from the refs.

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Posted November 05 2012, 09:06 AM

It doesn't count...Carolina is Seattle East in terms of national recognition. :shrug:

that, or I forgot about that game

but ok sure, lets go with the "I forgot about the team who I nearly died trying to get tickets to see the first playoff game in franchise history of" theory. :thumbsup:


98% of me has forgiven them and moved on...but the other 2% chuckles with uncontrollable glee every time Cam Newton is at the mic verbally castrating himself for another close loss. However I don't hang on every such moment (obviously) so much as they are targets of opportunity if I happen to be there.

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Posted November 05 2012, 09:23 AM

Yeah, I don't know whether to blame the officials on that one or credit Roddy White who did a great job of hiding it from the refs.

oh it was masterfully done by White...hats off to him for slipping one past them for sure...

but it was still cheating :shrug: I only even brought it up because of the implication that Dallas folded up like a circus freak at the end per their typical M.O. this year. They did just about everything right on that play and had it been allowed to unfold naturally, Claiborne gets the INT and Dallas is then looking at a 13-16 deficit starting somewhere from about their own 20 up to their own 30 with about ~ 3:10 left on the clock. Judging just by how they moved the ball the drive before that would have given a fair chance of winning the game outright with a TD....and a veryvery good chance of at least forcing OT

or even if you want to split the difference...it happens how it happened except Dallas gets the call there..then I doubt Atlanta even attempts the flat pass where Jacquizz rodgers shook the enntire Dallas D out of their shoes and you can speculate about them not even picking up the first down there...possibly missing a longer FG and again, probably leaving the Cowboys more time for their last drive, possibly needing to score less.

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Posted November 05 2012, 10:31 PM

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