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  • How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

    Did TC think his defense would hold? You had to run at least one play at the goal line to run off time.

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    Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

    [quote user="TroyArcher"]Did TC think his defense would hold? You had to run at least one play at the goal line to run off time.[/quote]

    Not sure, we just scored too quick, then hope the D will hold. I dont think TC felt too great about our chances with a minute left and obviously knowing this defense sucks, facing the best team in the league.

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      Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

      When you're down, you do whatever you can to score. That's all that matters. Do whatever gives you the best chance of winning.

      You just can't think about 'what if he gets the ball back' when you're not winning the game. It's as simple as that.

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        Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

        I didnt think we would hold....but Jesus H Christ...at least TRY TO STOP THEM!!!!!!!

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          Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

          We are playing down to the competition. We wanted them to do that. Until we realized we lost again.

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            Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

            I bet the coaches are wondering how to make decisions in hindsight like this message board.
            My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo's David.

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              Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

              As easy as it is to blame leaving too much time on the clock, the defense needs to come up with stops and they did not. Near PICK by Williams would've swung this game to the Giants but it's a game of inches. Look at all of the big plays the Packers had that needed to be reviewed. 2 TD's of theirs and 1 TD of ours. We end up on the short end based on how the refs interpreted each one.

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                Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                [quote user="Mr Excitement"]I didnt think we would hold....but Jesus H Christ...at least TRY TO STOP THEM!!!!!!!
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                The sad fact of it is.... they did try. They couldnt even stop Charlie Whitehurst. Yeah, how are they going to do against playoff caliber teams? Just what you saw today.

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                  Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                  [quote user="NY_Eli"]When you're down, you do whatever you can to score. That's all that matters. Do whatever gives you the best chance of winning.

                  You just can't think about 'what if he gets the ball back' when you're not winning the game. It's as simple as that.[/quote]
                  its not that simple...game clock management is VERY necessary, especially when you have aaron rodgers and his 4 td passes against us today. put your thinking cap on for a sec.

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                  • #10
                    Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                    I agree with the OP, but you gotta think about saving time for an OSK just in case we don't get the 2-point conversion. Man. What a way to lose. I'm so sick and tired of always losing the big games. I'm sick of seeing these ****heads like Rodgers smiling at the end of the game.

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                    • #11
                      Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                      When you're down by eight, you don't worry about leaving time on the clock. What if we left :14 on the clock but missed the 2 point conversion? Game is automatically over

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                        Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                        Don't be a ****ing idiot . . . . you score when you can. If the defense can't stop them from scoring in 58 seconds, you don't deserve to win . . . .

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                          Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                          [quote user="NY_Eli"]When you're down, you do whatever you can to score. That's all that matters. Do whatever gives you the best chance of winning.

                          You just can't think about 'what if he gets the ball back' when you're not winning the game. It's as simple as that.[/quote]

                          exactly. we had to worry about getting in the endzone...

                          Defense blew it in the end, though I blame Fewell really...

                          TBH it was a well-played game but god do I hate "moral victories"....eff that, we shoulda won, got robbed by the refs because idc what anyone says, that Jennings TD was not a TD...period. End of story.



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                          • #14
                            Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                            3 straight passes on first and goal with 1:06 left. Gilbride is a dumb person. And Fewells defense is the worst in the league, literally. Giants are dead last in points given up per game.

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                              Re: How do you give Rodgers 58 seconds and only needing a field goal

                              [quote user="Rich4114"]As easy as it is to blame leaving too much time on the clock, the defense needs to come up with stops and they did not.* Near PICK by Williams would've swung this game to the Giants but it's a game of inches.* Look at all of the big plays the Packers had that needed to be reviewed.* 2 TD's of theirs and 1 TD of ours.* We end up on the short end based on how the refs interpreted each one.
                              [/quote] 3 phases , offense, defense, coaching. knowing our d gave up ultimately, they could and should of never been in that spot to begin with. thats on the coaches, greenbay lit us up in second half, period

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