Finally Denver manages to beat their second half woes, getting a great interception to give them a second chance and going on to RUN THE BALL for the win. The game never would've been that close if the Broncos hadn't insisted on passing in the third and netting three straight 3-and-outs.
It probably comes from watching two very good Run First teams over the past few years (Denver, Carolina) but it seems to me that every time I see a team let a game get away from them this year it's when they abandon the run. Hell, look at Indy - a team that arguably has one of the best passing attacks in the league and they're unbeaten only because they stuck with the run.
The little boat gently drifted across the pond exactly the way a bowling ball wouldn't.
And if our transcendental "if" should find a final floor Then man will know the death of God where wonder was before
Amen, teams can win with the pass, but they generally don't get very far in the playoffs.
I would say the Rams were the exception, but they had one of the best pass catching RBs ever and used passes to him like the run anyway.
I'm just loving the Bears run right now, winning with great D, pretty good running, and a QB who isn't making mistakes. This is how the Bears are supposed to win, and Urlacher is finally showing everything he was supposed to be all along.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"I have no reason left to live. Now where the hell does this 7 go?" (Spank E)
Originally posted by Mayhem Speaking the Broncos, does anyone think that, based off of this picture, Jake Plummer has made any "movies"?
I think it might've been Football Outsiders, or maybe ESPN, but someone invoked the cult of Jake Plummer's Moustache in their power rankings. Clearly, we have the reason for their relative success this season.
AFC 1. New England 12-3 East Champions (Winn earn #1 seed with win/tie OR BAL loss/tie & PIT loss/tie 2. Baltimore 11-4 North leader (Clinched playoff spot, Swept Pittsburgh, will win Div and bye with win OR tie & PIT loss/tie OR PIT loss.