|10-23-2005, 09:49 PM||#1|
...there ain't no devil
Join Date: Aug 2005
3 weeks, same story.
Ok, I know I posted a thread 20 minutes ago, but reading all the threads and comments, no one seems to be pointing out the obvious.
It's not Jason Elam's fault.
It is not, despite a poor showing, the Official's fault
Against the Skins, we almost blew it. 21- 10 at the end of the 3rd, Gold saves us, game finishes 21-19
Against the Pats, with a HUGE lead, we almost blew it. 28 - 6 at the end of the 3rd, we give up 14 in the 4th.
Today, we DID blow it.
And we have been asking for it.
It seems this team decided that a lead in the 4th is always good enough to win a game.
A superbowl team plays 60 minutes, 100%. Unless you have a 30 point lead going into the 4th you cannot let up. Especially AWAY FROM HOME.
This game was over for the Giants, we let them back in.
We had this team.
WE LOST TODAY, NY DID NOT WIN.
|10-23-2005, 09:52 PM||#2|
RIP Darrent Williams
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Glendale, AZ
I know no one likes to blame the officials, but 3 weeks in a row the DL has been OWNING and the refs have failed to make a correct call once. The DL was doing well all game, and then, what?? where did the Dl pressure go? Ill tell you whre it went their getting TACKLED and Jerseys are getting torn because of the crap the OL is doing!!!!
I saw 1 holding call, and that was only because Pryce was tackled at the refs feet.
|10-23-2005, 10:00 PM||#4|
Back in Big Sky
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Frozen tundra of Montana
We can't expect to win when we let teams stay in the game and then give them chances at the end. Also I don't understand why we would throw to Tatum when we know he can't catch. You are right...WE LOST...they didn't win. I kept saying in the second half that we need to keep scoring to put the nail in the coffin but it never happened and we got exposed. I'm sick even thinking about it