That was another epic choke job. Loved it.
By the way, I know it made it harder on the Giants since it put you one more game ahead, but thanks for punching the Eagles in the mouth last week. I don't care who does it, every time that ****hole suffers a loss, it restores a little hope for humanity...
I want to thank the dallas d for giving up 300+ yards to calvin johnson alone, it really helped me win in fantasy this week
hey guys wanna hear a choke?
corny i know. GO GIANTS!!!!!!
Yes. A team can go a full 80 yards in under a minute with no timeouts... especially if you're missing a good portion of your secondary and defensive line and the leagues best WR is on the other side.
It's like they didn't learn that, yes, Calvin Johnson makes hailmarys a viable and high percentage option.
Should have taken a knee on 3rd down-- you can't fumble or commit a penalty on such a play and we weren't going to get the first down anyway.
But since we did run, and commit a stupid penalty, we should have burned Schwartz for declining the penalty and letting us have 4th and 5. Go for it, end the game. The risk outweighs the reward.
I, a guy who hasn't played football in over 10 years, am a better game manager than Garrett. It's pathetic.
If I was Dez Bryant I would've taken my frustration out on that idiot Tyron Smith. Horrible, Horrible Penalty.
Antrel asks fans to "please stick with us" and when it's over "we'll all celebrate together."
It's 3rd and 15ish, the other team has no timeouts. The only way they can get back into the game is a turnover or a penalty to stop the clock, which you risk if you run the ball.
So where's the gain with running the ball here? It's not like you're going to pick up 15 running the ball when the defense has stopped the run all day and knows it's the only play you have available at that point.
A QB kneel takes just as much time off the clock with an incredibly lower risk.
Answer: You'd have to be an idiot to call a run.
Jason Garrett is an idiot.