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    Lee Evans, how do you not make that catch?
    Choo got it, dude.

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    Baltimore very gutsy calls at the end of the game. I really felt that baltimore would have won in overtime, but we will never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohayou View Post
    Lee Evans, how do you not make that catch?
    I mean it's not like if you hang on your going to the freaking Super Bowl!!
    Cundiff is going to catch a lot of heat, but it shouldn't have mattered. Harbaugh should have called a time out too. Make sure your kicker is ready which he clearly wasn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohayou View Post
    Lee Evans, how do you not make that catch?

    That's too bad. I've been a Lee Evans fan for a long time. He is a good guy and a class act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWM View Post
    I think he was spooked by the hold. For just a second it looked like it might be mishandled and he got the laces out of the way at the very last moment. It wound up being a good hold, but I think it broke his concentration. Feel bad for the guy, he's been a really good kicker for them.
    Nantz glossed over the hold except for a brief mention, which I think was the way to handle it.

    Don't get me wrong here, he's a good kicker. But a highly compensated professional kicker. The hold wound up a clean hold. It was a FG under 35 yards. Cundiff is the one to blame the kick on, not the hold/holder. (And that is if we are pointing fingers, and I'm not even sure that you are doing so)

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    Patriots to the SB. Me no like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed27 View Post
    I mean it's not like if you hang on your going to the freaking Super Bowl!!
    Cundiff is going to catch a lot of heat, but it shouldn't have mattered. Harbaugh should have called a time out too. Make sure your kicker is ready which he clearly wasn't.
    Disagree. Don't ice your own kicker. Ask Jason Garrett.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneupper View Post
    Patriots to the SB. Me no like it.
    Now just hold on. I'm counting on the Giants to win, followed by days of talking heads spouting off that NE will get their revenge, only for NE to be Elied once again in the SB. Thats the scenario I'm rooting for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxilon View Post
    Disagree. Don't ice your own kicker. Ask Jason Garrett.
    He should have called it early. Cundiff was running down the field with the clock under 10 seconds. There is a reason Belichek didnt call one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaldaniels View Post
    Nantz glossed over the hold except for a brief mention, which I think was the way to handle it.

    Don't get me wrong here, he's a good kicker. But a highly compensated professional kicker. The hold wound up a clean hold. It was a FG under 35 yards. Cundiff is the one to blame the kick on, not the hold/holder. (And that is if we are pointing fingers, and I'm not even sure that you are doing so)
    Nope, not blaming the holder at all, it's on Cundiff. Just offering a potential explanation as to why he yanked such a short field goal. I'm sure the pressure of the situation already was in his head, and there was a split second between when the holder first made contact with the ball and when he got the hold right where it looked iffy. That could have jarred his concentration in such an intense situation. It's just a theory. He may have just choked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWM View Post
    Nope, not blaming the holder at all, it's on Cundiff. Just offering a potential explanation as to why he yanked such a short field goal. I'm sure the pressure of the situation already was in his head, and there was a split second between when the holder first made contact with the ball and when he got the hold right where it looked iffy. That could have jarred his concentration in such an intense situation. It's just a theory. He may have just choked.
    Absolutely.

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    That may have been the swan song for Lewis and Reed.
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    So, is this the egg mcmuffin of message boards?
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    Giants definitely are more agressive in their playcalling so far. San Fran very conservative.
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    Victor Cruz is really really good. Where did this guy come from anyway?


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