Yes 3 other options better than throwing across his body midfield:2009 - Eric Bienemy got us good with 12 men. I will say that Favres ankle was about to fall off, so I didnt mind him not going for it, but he did miss a wide open Berrian.
It's not a "true" emotional gut punch unless it's an NFC Championship failure...
- 1987 Nelson drops the ball.
- 1998 Anderson missed FG.
- 2000 Go into the Meadowlands a slight favorite. 41 - Donut.
- 2009 12 men in the huddle. Geez, just scamper for a few yards #4.
- 2017 Lose to Philly only to see them win the SB in their own crib.
- 2022 Space Reserved
Yeah, that would rank up there. I can almost envision the Hail Mary toss in my head. Dang, way too much Purple scar tissue.Aaron Rodgers leads the #7 seed Packers who went 8-9, into US Bank Stadium and wins with a 14 point comeback in the 4th quarter.
If he chucks it incomplete, we are punting. That's the part no one remembers. No way we try a field goal from that far out.Yes 3 other options better than throwing across his body midfield:
- Berrian in the flat
- Run/crawl 5 yards (to get back the penalty yardage)
- Chuck it incomplete
That would still be better, but I would say ZERO chance Vikes punt.If he chucks it incomplete, we are punting. That's the part no one remembers. No way we try a field goal from that far out.
Cousins was 100% not in and that call was correct. The refs were godawful and we got fucked by so many bad calls (which, funnily enough, all were bad in the Bills' favor - crazy how that works), but that was one they got right.Between that, the non-TD on Kirk's keeper and not reviewing Gabe Davis' catch, we really overcame the refs big time yesterday.
The Cowboys aren't elite either though. If they were playing Buffalo, KC or Philly it would be understandable. Some of it is just their massive fan base and getting the $$ to come in even though.People don't believe.
To be fair, I believe more than last week, but I still don't fully believe. They're not really elite in any phase of the game.