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15 minutes ago, oldschool said:

 

Is it wrong that I thought to myself Not bad for a 60 year old? Dont judge me.

No judgement, getting older too.

 

But it looked like a meat flap hanging over her jaw bone, it really tripped me out, I don't know it's just most cosmetic face surgery just always look way too weird to me, tits and ass not so much.

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I'm proably off base on this (and I haven't read through the thread) but I thought they should have burned more clock after they got the INT in the red zone from Moore.  It was clear their defense was gassed at that point.

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One of the most memorable parts of this game to me was Andy Reid's timeout towards the end of the first half.  Terrible clock management that won't be talked about because of the end result.

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4 minutes ago, abenjami said:

One of the most memorable parts of this game to me was Andy Reid's timeout towards the end of the first half.  Terrible clock management that won't be talked about because of the end result.

Gotta be honest.  Both coaches fucked up that drive.  Shanahan for not using his timeouts until late and Reid for his TO.

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1 minute ago, rns90 said:

Gotta be honest.  Both coaches fucked up that drive.  Shanahan for not using his timeouts until late and Reid for his TO.

 

I thought Shanny's made a lot more sense because they were getting the ball to start 3Q.

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Just now, abenjami said:

 

I thought Shanny's made a lot more sense because they were getting the ball to start 3Q.

But isn't the point of deferring the coin toss to get the extra possesion (aka double dip) when the situation warrants it?  

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Just now, rns90 said:

But isn't the point of deferring the coin toss to get the extra possesion (aka double dip) when the situation warrants it?  

 

Sure, but given the game flow at that point, did the situation really warrant it?

 

If I was him, at that point I would be happy to be going into the locker room tied and getting the ball.

 

I think his strategy was to take one shot deep to get into FG range and try to double dip a 3 point lead.  If that didn't work, tied at half time and getting the ball.

 

Last thing he wanted was for his offense to go 3 and out and give it back to Mahomes with time left.

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1 minute ago, abenjami said:

 

Sure, but given the game flow at that point, did the situation really warrant it?

 

If I was him, at that point I would be happy to be going into the locker room tied and getting the ball.

 

I think his strategy was to take one shot deep to get into FG range and try to double dip a 3 point lead.  If that didn't work, tied at half time and getting the ball.

 

Last thing he wanted was for his offense to go 3 and out and give it back to Mahomes with time left.

I think they could have managed it better.  They let too much time go off the clock.

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Just now, rns90 said:

I think they could have managed it better.  They let too much time go off the clock.

 

I don't disagree, and we'll never know what would have happened.

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