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Love seeing Alex Smith succeed. Outstanding upset.

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I bet the Skins win the division at +950 4 weeks ago. Need the Giants to lose a couple. 

For Washington to hang in there without Gibson who is their biggest offensive threat is impressive 

NFC East showing better with Giants last night and Football Team tonight. Wonder if Dallas keeps it going tomorrow. Doubt it, but I’m a Ravens fan 

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Why is Washington hurrying up? Kill as much clock and score.

1 minute ago, fred_1_15301 said:

Announcer blaming that one on MacFarland?

If he kept running straight he catches it, he stopped and looked over the wrong shoulder. Weird call though.

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8 minutes ago, Stephen Holloway said:

Pittsburg definitely playing down to opponent last two weeks. Not looking like an undefeated team.

Would you not agree though that most teams that go undefeated or deep into the season without a loss, they have these games where they are almost begging to be knocked out just to get it out of their systems and yet they still come thru and that's Pittsburgh right now?  They would be better off 15-1 or 14-2, instead of not knowing how much they really need to dig deep for in order to win. Even the '85 Bears needed a good ### whooping on MNF to circle the wagons once and then mow down everyone in their way and they would have crushed the Phins in the Super Bowl had there been a rematch.  

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Just now, The Frankman said:

Smart TO by Pittsburgh, call those ahead of the 2 minute warning.

Maybe folks will remember these things when Tomlin is discussed and evaluated in the media. How many teams and coaches squander opportunities every week across the NFL because they are clueless in time management? 

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1 minute ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Maybe folks will remember these things when Tomlin is discussed and evaluated in the media. How many teams and coaches squander opportunities every week across the NFL because they are clueless in time management? 

Typically, Tomlin is one of them.  He is utterly horrid at clock/time out management.   This time?  Blind squirrel, meet nut.

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1 minute ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Maybe folks will remember these things when Tomlin is discussed and evaluated in the media. How many teams and coaches squander opportunities every week across the NFL because they are clueless in time management? 

Biggest problem I have with coaches.  It's unreal.  Basic F'n math.  Hell, pay someone to do it for you if you still haven't figured it out, dubmass.

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