Originally posted by NCommand:
The man owned up to his ST mistakes but when you look at the bigger picture, it should NEVER have come down to him in the 1st place...did Roman own up for calling a conservative, vanilla, predictable game plan and then not adjusting to what NY was doing? Did Alex blame himself for missing that deep ball for a TD (in the candlestick wind/rain)? Did our ST coach blame himself for not having Kyle prepared and with a conservative approach to KRing even after the obvious blunder (warning) early in the game? Did the refs blame themselves for an obvious poor early-whistle call that could have won us the game? Did we blame VF for asking a CB who came in off the bench after an injury and putting him in single coverage which resulted in an easy post-route TD? Blah blah blah. You get the idea...when there is a loss, in a game of this magnitude, it's easy to blame one person but the reality is that there was PLENTY of blame to go around. And of all these cases, KW was the only man to own up and take blame and responsibility for the loss...class act.
1. No he didn't own up to his mistakes, watch the NFL Sound FX or his postgame interview
2. It's not Roman's or Alex's fault for creating a 14-10 lead which Williams ultimately blew
3. It's not Seely's fault that Williams can't get away or hang onto the ball
4. It's not Fangio's fault that he put together a game plan that shut down the Giants "elite" offense. Also that play never would've happened if Williams doesn't turn the ball over.
Want to try and blame anyone else for blowing a trip to the Superbowl?