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Week 3 - Top 3 NFL coaching blunders (1 Viewer)

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#1. Harbug abandons the run with Gore averaging 7+ ypc and down 13-7 in favor of the pass. Gore was running thru huge holes and even getting outside and running for big gains. When asked about abandoning the run in his press conference, Harbug was quoted as saying 'well, um, duh, hmmm, um, hmmm'.

RESULT: ZERO points scored, ### kicked 27-7.

#2. Smith goes dink & dunk conservative vs the Dolphins and instead of just going ahead and blowing out an inferior opponent, he ##### around and loses in the end. This includes watching the clock tick down to 43 seconds before burning 1 of 3 timeouts and the 'Fins already in FG range. Genius there.

RESLUT: MIA waltzes into the endzone for the slap your face, game winning TD.

#3. Kubiak and his weekly ###### style offense where his team drives down the field time and time again only to stall out and rejoice at the FG they just kicked. His favorite play in the redzone is to throw it short of the 1st down marker.

http://i40.tinypic.com/a308p3.gif

RESULT: Baltimore rolls off 27 straight points and buries Kubiak. This guy is getting fired within the next 2 years. Indy has taken over this division...AGAIN.

 
rex using both his challenges on suspect at best plays, then 10 mins later EJ Fumbles and a non-call by the refs, Rex has no challenges left

 
mr roboto said:
Frazier challenging an unchallengeable call, costing 15 yds in the redzone.
Not his fault. The rule was changed in the offseason, there's no yardage penalty for throwing the flag anymore. Refs applied the 2012 rulebook to a 2013 game.

 
mr roboto said:
Frazier challenging an unchallengeable call, costing 15 yds in the redzone.
Not his fault. The rule was changed in the offseason, there's no yardage penalty for throwing the flag anymore. Refs applied the 2012 rulebook to a 2013 game.
I believe he should still have lost a timeout, so it was still a blunder. The refs did really blow it by assessing the no longer applicable yardage penalty.

 
indy not going for 2.
This for sure. I was hoping the Colts would lose 21-20 on general principle.

Of course they didn't so nobody not named Bill Barnwell will bring it up. It's crazy/stupid how results-oriented the media & fans are. It justifies coaches complaining about 20/20 hindsight when they're explaining their dumb decisions.

 

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