Originally Posted by TonyR
I just assume when he steps away and starts gesturing and barking that he's making a change to the original play call, and he did that multiple times.
I hope this lingers on his mind for a long time if he checked into a run from a pass play. The OL were getting beat pretty soundly late in the game so the odds that they'd get stood up on a run were much more likely than the odds that Hillman would slip through for a first. The chances were MUCH more likely that a pass would do it. If Manning consciously made the decision to put the outcome of the game on the D rather than on himself... so cowardly.