posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 12:49 AM
Originally posted by tovenar
A safety is the first score?
How many gamblers bet on that outcome? probably less than 5%. So the bookies made money on that one.
Was pretty impressive, wasn't it.
I was all about the pats winning...so, that first play was a wtf moment...facepalm extreme..but naa, there is no way that was intentional...not even a
team of ninja's could have done that purposefully...freakin amazingly bad luck, but watch the play.
And the whole of the last 2 minutes was completely contrived, with players on both sides working hard to fix the outcome. Who on God's green earth
would let the opponent score a touchdown and take the lead in the last two minutes ON PURPOSE?
Actually, that was quite brilliant and I got excited. that was their only hope.
by giving them the touchdown, they stopped the clock (the giants were trying to stall for as long as possible, then win in the last few seconds with a
field goal..instead, it forced the giants to go up by 4 points, and give the other team 2 minutes to work down the field verses about 6 seconds...aka,
Watch the play again..you will actually see the runner try and stop before the goal line, but his momentum made him fall in...he knew that by doing
that, it could have cost the giants the game.
It was one of the coolest games I have watched in quite sometime..and my team lost..but damn good game anyhow.
and no, the only actual cheating or whatever I seen going on was 2 plays that was clear passing interference against the pats that simply wasn't
incidently, not much into football watching, unless I got a bit of money on the game..otherwise I give it a skip.