Originally Posted by Bacillus Anthracis
So if I was wrong (and I don't know that I was), it somehow makes you right about things you're wrong about? My one mistake makes your willful ignorance correct? Or is it possible that two people can be wrong about something? Or is there some sort of invisible balancing force in the universe that distributes right and wrong opinions equally in order to keep it all from collapsing in on itself?
One more thing. All teams in the NFL gameplan for one game in the preseason every year, but Denver didn't do that this preseason?
So either A) The Peyton Mannings never gameplanned, unlike every other team in the league does every single year, or B) They gameplanned a different game and looked like complete crap doing so.
If A is the case, then it's highly exceptional.
If B is the case and they gameplanned for a game that was not the San Francisco game, then you guys are in deep trouble because outside of that, Manning's looked horrible.
Occam's Razor says that the simplest explanation for a given thing is probably the best explanation. Therefore, according to that, Denver looked good against SF because they put together a plan before the game.
Except they didn't. The extent of their game planning for SF was to try the no huddle a bit more. Again the announcers said it, Fox said it before the game and after, Manning said it, Decker said it... someone else probably said it too. They just went in and worked on their playbook like they would in practice.