Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

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    Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

    just one game........regroup.........defense needs to start improving though....and Bill needs to stop with this bend don't break garbage.
     
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    Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

    Its a good question.  If you don't think they can stop manning with 70 yards of field then why try with 30? 

    Further, if you believe Brady can get the yards the team needs then why not put the ball back in his hands as quickly as possible and give him 4 downs or more to work his magic?
     
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    Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

    I would let him score except that there is that history of stuffing the Colts on 4th and 1 to end the game.

    If anything, BB just challenged both his offense and defense to make a play, and neither came up for him. Perhaps this will humble them and make them work harder.

    In other words, why can't you guys look at this as BB having extreme confidence in both his offense (to get 2 yards), and his defense (to stop manning at 30, and even 2)?
     
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    Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

    pochen23 - I'll go with you on that, and finish with. 

    Now he knows what he really has as a team.  An offense that cannot always make the play it needs one and a defense that cannot stop a potent team when it needs to. 

    Is that fair?
     
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    Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?

    In Response to Re: Why not let the Colts score after gving it to them?:
    [QUOTE]pochen23 - I'll go with you on that, and finish with.  Now he knows what he really has as a team.  An offense that cannot always make the play it needs one and a defense that cannot stop a potent team when it needs to.  Is that fair?
    Posted by underdogg[/QUOTE]

    It was uncharacteristically unaware of them to run a play right at the sticks.  I thought they should have trusted their pass blocking, as it had done a good job the whole night.

    I thought they could have held up Mathis and Freeney for 3 seconds to get a play a little further downfield.
     

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