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  • How long was the missed field goal?

    I was at the game and can't find it anywhere

  • #2
    43 yarder. Not really Tynes' fault. More DeOssie's fault for an ABYSMAL snap.

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    • #3
      Yes the snap wasn't perfect but it got to weatherfords hands, he put it down on the spot and BINGO: WIDE LEFT

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      • #4
        ya there was talk about the snap, but Weatherford got it down in time.. I don't trust tynes.. Hes pretty good from 40 and inside, but u start getting him back where NFL kickers should be defined, and hes just avg, and u never know what 2 expect..

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        • #5
          [QUOTE=nycsportzfan;603058]ya there was talk about the snap, but Weatherford got it down in time.. I don't trust tynes.. Hes pretty good from 40 and inside, but u start getting him back where NFL kickers should be defined, and hes just avg, and u never know what 2 expect..[/

          He has been very consistent under 50. He missed one. It happens. More TDs would help a hell of a lot more than another kicker.
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          • #6
            If it wasn't for Tynes we'd probably be under 500. As pathetic and as embarrassing as it sounds, he's our offensive MVP. I think Tynes is the man but I seriously am tired of seeing him trot out onto to the field.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by GiantWarfare View Post
              If it wasn't for Tynes we'd probably be under 500. As pathetic and as embarrassing as it sounds, he's our offensive MVP. I think Tynes is the man but I seriously am tired of seeing him trot out onto to the field.
              I'd like to see him a lot for PATs
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              • #8
                That didn't cost us the game. I know many simpletons will just add three points to our score and by that 1st grade math we "win", but a FG changes the whole complexion. We don't know what turns ensue, all we know is that our team **** the bed in a few critical points of the game.
                My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo's David.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GiantRoc View Post
                  I'd like to see him a lot for PATs
                  Yea I wish but unfortunately PATs means touchdowns and we are allergic to touchdowns...
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                  • #10
                    [QUOTE=GiantRoc;603088]
                    Originally posted by nycsportzfan View Post
                    ya there was talk about the snap, but Weatherford got it down in time.. I don't trust tynes.. Hes pretty good from 40 and inside, but u start getting him back where NFL kickers should be defined, and hes just avg, and u never know what 2 expect..[/

                    He has been very consistent under 50. He missed one. It happens. More TDs would help a hell of a lot more than another kicker.
                    I don't trust em.. I only trust em from up to about 41-44 yrds. Anything after that, i don't trust em, even on the 41-44 and under ones, i feel nervous when he kicks.. Hes not the kinda kicker i feel will nail the kick as soon as he setting up for it...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                      That didn't cost us the game. I know many simpletons will just add three points to our score and by that 1st grade math we "win", but a FG changes the whole complexion. We don't know what turns ensue, all we know is that our team **** the bed in a few critical points of the game.
                      agreed

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                        That didn't cost us the game. I know many simpletons will just add three points to our score and by that 1st grade math we "win", but a FG changes the whole complexion. We don't know what turns ensue, all we know is that our team **** the bed in a few critical points of the game.
                        agreed, but it certainly didn't help.. ALso, same reason u say "many diffrent things could've occured after" , is the same reason that the FG could of been the diffrence in the game.. U just don't know.. The only thing that is 100pct for certain, is it would've helped and given us alot better chance at winning this game.. THat is certain..

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by nycsportzfan View Post
                          agreed, but it certainly didn't help.. ALso, same reason u say "many diffrent things could've occured after" , is the same reason that the FG could of been the diffrence in the game.. U just don't know.. The only thing that is 100pct for certain, is it would've helped and given us alot better chance at winning this game.. THat is certain..
                          Yes, definitely
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