Thanks, Beach, but I think the statute of limitations on your last sentiment does not kick in until the win is 48 hours old. Once the parade is over, have at it. Until then, don't rain on our parade.Okay then after the parade ...
- Terrell Suggs was pretty invisible as well which was disappointing for me. I really thought he would be amped and make a difference. Instead, the pistol fooled him. I saw several time him run right passed the RB who just got the ball only to hit the QBKsig, I agree with everything you said except half of this. Suggs was invisible but I don't think he was fooled on the pistol offense. I think it was designed that either he, or whichever OLB was coming off the edge, go after the QB unless they see 100% that the RB has the ball.
Whoever bet the over on the number of times "Harbaugh" would be said (20.5 was the line) raked in the surest cash of the night. I don't prop bet or anything, but that power outage probably spiked the total to 50 times.Wow that one didn't show up on my prop list or I would have been all over it. The only one I liked was Frank Gore -15 yards over Ray Rice because I figured Pierce would steal a lot of Rice's carries. I never imagined Rice would get more carries than Gore but it worked out anyway.
I dont know what to speak about next, i know this is a post season thread also but i think more thoughts will follow later. ill jsut end it with these two comments. Johm that safety call was genius, it didnt cross my mind, what an amazing idea. so simple yet so great.I actually said something to the guys I was watching with wondering if they would do that. I figured at the very least, they would be able to run it down to where the kickoff was the only option (I think they could have fair caught the free kick and then launched a Hail Mary too, but that's not really an option either). I was really glad to see John Harbaugh take that approach. Left them with 4 seconds and not a traditional kickoff or punt to try and setup a return for. Excellent decision.