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    In all my years of watching the NFL...



    I have never seen a team ice their own kicker.
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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    that cou've been our coach by the way....
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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    However, since it was not our coach............




































    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    and icing his own kicker wasn't the worst of his clock managment mishaps at the end of the game.
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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    and icing his own kicker wasn't the worst of his clock managment mishaps at the end of the game.
    This. They burned something like 25 seconds between getting into FG range and spiking the ball. They had two or three TOs. Why wouldn't you take one right there, leaving plenty of time on the clock, and giving yourself a couple more plays to make it an easier FG? Then, even if Garrett ices Bailey from, say, 40 yards, there's still a decent chance he makes it again.




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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    So, I suppose that mistake was just the ICING ON THE CAKE!! Get it?! Get it?! Aaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    It's always fun when the Cowboys lose but it is 10x as much fun seeing Jason Garrett fail. He could've coached a premier football team with one of the best owners/front offices but instead he wanted to be involved in a premier entertainment product. And now he gets to deal with a meddling owner, bandwagon fans and all of the national attention and scrutiny. To which I say HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!




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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    From the other thread:

    "Itís amazing Garrett didnít have a better answer with 24 hours to think about it. Explain why it was a mistake in retrospect. Or explain the thought process behind the decision not to run a few plays."

    Or at least come up with a good lie.




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    Re: In all my years of watching the NFL...

    In all honesty if I was the Cowboys kicker I would have walked over to the sideline and kicked Garrett right in the nuts.




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