Originally posted by WINiner:
Originally posted by lordfangio:
Originally posted by mug0mug:
The question is...Do you take the ball to kneel down and end the game with a win, or take a 2 score lead and extend the game?
You can accept a win and be done or take a bigger lead and give them a chance at the ball. Only betters and dicks on Madden would do the latter.
Again, it comes down to what seems more far-fetched, a bad QB/center exchange (which probably happens on average AT LEAST once per weekend of NFL football) and then they score once, or a team converting an onside punt, going down the field and scoring a TD, getting ANOTHER successful onside kick, and driving for ANOTHER score, all in less than 50 seconds and with no timeouts...something that doesn't exactly happen as much as merely a botched snap...I don't see how so many think the latter is clearly less far-fetched
When have you eeeeeever seen a botched victory formation snap in the NFL? We aren't talking as play where the QB is reading defenses and getting his guy into place and the center worried about getting off the ball to get his guy blocked here.
I think your reasoning is beyond far fetched and are arguing to do so at this point.
Yep, if the Lord can give me 5 examples of a botched snap on a victory formation in the history of the NFL, I will say Harbaugh made a bad decision.