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Old 01-24-2021, 06:11 PM   #61
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That was the worst dive I have ever seen and embellishment should’ve been called
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Old 01-24-2021, 06:11 PM   #62
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Oof that was a rough penalty. That's the game.
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Old 01-24-2021, 06:17 PM   #63
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It was a rough penalty but a valid penalty. However the penalty did not result in the reaction it created and otherwise would’ve probably gone unnoticed, and in my opinion that’s grounds for embellishment.
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Old 01-24-2021, 06:19 PM   #64
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Wondering if Rodgers felt better about going for it on 4th at 8 than hopefully getting the ball back and driving down the field.

That's gonna be a haunting decision.
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NFL Thread III

There’s something extremely satisfying about demonstrating that Brady was the magic all along and not Belichick. Almost so as to suggest that the only people who could beat the Patriots organization was the Patriots organization.
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go bills.
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Old 01-24-2021, 06:22 PM   #67
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That dang Brady done it again.
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Old 01-24-2021, 06:23 PM   #68
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Packers man. I'm sorry Mikal.

They have an uncanny ability to choke in the big spot.
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Hard to blame it on just one Packer. Abysmal l QB decision on 3rd down followed by an abysmal coaching decision on 4th down.

Love that Tampa will be the first home team to host the super bowl. Just goes to show you how bad Tampa and Miami have been for all these years.
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There’s something extremely satisfying about demonstrating that Brady was the magic all along and not Belichick. Almost so as to suggest that the only people who could beat the Patriots organization was the Patriots organization.
Yes, Belichick had nothing to do with all those championships.
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Was wondering that myself. But it was on the 8 yard line, right? They have to complete that and the 2-pt conversion to tie the game, maybe too tall of an order.

Brady is very lucky only 1 of his 3 INTs was turned into a GB touchdown.
If they go for it there were three likely scenarios;

1) Touchdown plus 2 points, tie game

2) Touchdown, missed 2 points, and they're in the exact same situation they were in after kicking the field goal only where a FG wins the game

3) they don't get it and tampa takes over on downs, but they're backed up against their own goal line and GB has 4 opportunities to stop the clock.
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There’s something extremely satisfying about demonstrating that Brady was the magic all along and not Belichick. Almost so as to suggest that the only people who could beat the Patriots organization was the Patriots organization.
I mean... brady wasn't great today.
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If they go for it there were three likely scenarios;

1) Touchdown plus 2 points, tie game

2) Touchdown, missed 2 points, and they're in the exact same situation they were in after kicking the field goal only where a FG wins the game

3) they don't get it and tampa takes over on downs, but they're backed up against their own goal line and GB has 4 opportunities to stop the clock.
Yeah, put that way it's hard to make the case for kicking that FG.
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Packers deserved to lose for kicking that FG. They needed to score a TD at some point no matter what.

Classic example of coaching not to lose resulting in a loss.
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I mean... brady wasn't great today.
He was great in the first half!
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Packers deserved to lose for kicking that FG. They needed to score a TD at some point no matter what.

Classic example of coaching not to lose resulting in a loss.

And yet their fans will shift all that blame to the refs instead of bad coaching.
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He was great in the first half!
He had 147 yards on 3rd and long and 10 on 1st and 2nd in the first half.
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You know people will defend Brady by saying it's not about the stats, it's about the "culture of winning" or whatever.
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Yes, Belichick had nothing to do with all those championships.

Did I say that? No. Tom Brady is the GOAT. Bill Belichick is not. Brady is the X factor and the magic.

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I mean... brady wasn't great today.

No doubt the Packers can take the majority of the blame for their own fate today, but Brady got it done when it mattered most and otherwise has led the Bucs to the Super Bowl. My comment wasn’t about his overall performance today though, it’s a reflection on the fact that he’s in the Super Bowl and the Pats didn’t make the playoffs.
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You know people will defend Brady by saying it's not about the stats, it's about the "culture of winning" or whatever.


There’s really no point in making that kind of argument when the stats already support him.
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