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Game Thread W6 - Philadelphia V San Francisco (1 Viewer)

Holy ####. Vernon Davis with a catch. Unfortunately, he looked like a woman trying to make a move after the catch.

Edit to say the second catch was much better. Nice pickup.

 
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Holy ####. Vernon Davis with a catch. Unfortunately, he looked like a woman trying to make a move after the catch.Edit to say the second catch was much better. Nice pickup.
Is LJ Smith even playing?Of course dropped VD for him 2 weeks ago.
 
Eagles, up 8, get the ball back with 29 seconds left in the half. They throw a couple dumpoffs to Buckhalter, then Akers goes for a long kick with one second left in the half, only to have the 49ers block the kick and return it for a TD. The 49ers decide to go for one, go into the locker room down one and getting the ball back in the second half.

 
bos said:
Echo Seven said:
Then why does the chart say go for 2 when you're down by 2?
Near the end of the game, sure. But not when there's plenty of time for the opposing team to do something like score two field goals.
Well, now that it's later in the game, it looks like it was a stupid move not to go for 2.
 
If the 49ers convert the two point conversion earlier in the game, the whole fourth quarter is completely different. I know that the card says not to go for it, but you have to think that it was a mistake.

 
Agree won't happen. Reid will stand by the biggest #### ups in the world -- look at his kids.

Uncalled for. Let's keep it from getting personal here.

Reid gets way too much crap in Philly. Just like Charlie Manuel did up until four weeks ago. Can we say "frontrunners?"

P.S. I'm from philly

 
From NFL.com

With the win, McNabb and Andy Reid earned their 76th career victory together, passing the Joe Montana/Bill Walsh combo for most all-time.

 

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