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originally posted by: mcChoodles
My dads old mobster bookie must have had the same game back in the seventies...Huh?
Wait just a darn minute. They didn't have computer simulations back then. Oh, wait. They did have mobsters calling plays back then just like today.
Wake the Hell up. NFL is a racket. The "super bowl" sure woke a lot of people up this year.
originally posted by: thisguy27
It's not that hard to buy off someone when it comes to millions and millions of dollars.
The last play was a weirdly bad call by the coach. If they had run it, they would have had the touchdown.
originally posted by: Havox
a reply to: deadeyedick
What exactly are you suggesting?
Sherman was either referencing the score, or Revis giving up a TD. Either way, I don't see what you mean.
Also, Wilson probably didn't expect his receiver to get demolished on the ball. Not 100% his fault. Bad play call, not the greatest pass, poor attempt by the receiver.
Are you still trying to say it was set up?
originally posted by: Zarniwoop
I think the logic was "no one will ever expect a pass from the one yard line... let's pass it"
OK plan for the first game of the season (maybe), not the Super Bowl.
I don't see any conspiracy here. As others pointed out... too many freak plays to script.