Oh, red, you damn drama queen
Of course he could be criticized. Comes with the territory. But it must be a question about what gives you the best chance to win as a team.
Its the implication of the entire explanation. That without Janis, there was no play he was willing to try, regardless of game situation or Janis' eventual
if anyone still cares about football by the time its all done
They would have argued that our defense had kept us in the game to that point and we pinned all our hopes on one play with a beat up offense with no receivers.
I was not happy with the decision to kick the EP because I felt that we had a kind of momentum that comes with 2 successful Hail Marys, but I feel certain
Who said he only had one play?
Despite all the emotion, there is a point buried here, that if true, points to some of his short comings in game management.
If he really
Didn't Cobb already say that? Oh wait he ain't that fucking dumb or else he wouldn't have done the same thing Montegomery did.
If Michael James Liam Daniel McCarthy's approach to game management includes making ALL the complex calculations between plays without a timeout, then
One has to wonder if he could have processed the fact that his set two point package wasn't available, decided on what plays to use instead, gotten the
Agree completely. Very good points.
Also, MM had to make this decision within... what? 15-20 seconds of the TD being scored?
I agree with Pugger. I've been here long enough to know the criticisms that would have followed had he gone for two and lost.
- why pin your season
That's the lie. That wasn't the percentage play.
How does the offense, which cannot run a 2 pt play because Janis is injured, score in OT?
Like I said earlier - had MM gone for 2 and we didn't get it you guys would bitched about that. Mike went with the percentages and the tie to try and
Yes, the middle of the Packer D still seems soft. Maybe Joe Thomas's patrolling will get better.
Let's be realistic and ride it out.