He almost said it years ago. It finally slipped out. Doesn't seem typical of him, but in those instances, his passion was running high. Still can't be said on radio or TV, even though many were likely thinking the same things, even if it is not typical of them either.
Little fine, some time... all goes away.
Trends are changing and the notion of giving up on any possession is too. 10 years ago it was a terrible idea to go for it on 4th and 1 on the 50. Today? 20+ teams do it no questions. Why? Because the odds are more likely you get a positive outcome when factoring the passing penalties than a turnover.
You know who rarely gives up on possessions? Belicheck. I would be shocked to see the Pats not call a slant or screen in that scenario on 2nd down. Belicheck should call You and ask what everyone else always does and he'd be a better coach.
I said they are a second rate organization because they rushed their star player back from major surgery, causing making said injury even worse. You stupidly implied that I said they are a second rate organization because their star player had an injury. Go back and reread what you bolded in your response to me above if you are still confused, dummy:
***Another brilliant move by that second rate organization.....having their superstar play in a regular season NFL game 6 f'ing weeks after having back surgery.***
And where did I say his career is over? I didn't. I said he will never be the same player. Again, if you are still having issues comprehending this, what I said is right there in print earlier in this thread:
***In all likelihood, the JJ Watt that we all know is done for. ***
I also suggest you log onto TexanTalk and read very closely posts made by CloakNNNDagger in regards to JJ Watt and his injury. Dude won't be getting 20.5 sacks in a season, ever again.