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I think the point is to be able to run when you want, damn what the defense knows. I'm fine with that, in a game that's already pretty much over. But it we need a TD right there, I'd like to see a different call.

 

Our line is better but I don't think it's good enough that we can depend on it to get a yard in a pile up like that.

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They haven't shown the ability to come back, I'm not hitting the panic button.

 

I am not worried about the Jags coming back. 

 

I am talking about making good decisions. We tend to go for it way too often inside the red zone. 

 

I would like to see us just take the 3 points in that situation. 

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I am not worried about the Jags coming back. 

 

I am talking about making good decisions. We tend to go for it way too often inside the red zone. 

 

I would like to see us just take the 3 points in that situation. 

Understandable,in this instance though I'm not going to lose sleep over it.

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I am not worried about the Jags coming back. 

 

I am talking about making good decisions. We tend to go for it way too often inside the red zone. 

 

I would like to see us just take the 3 points in that situation. 

 

We're up 27 points. I don't think that decision speaks to our situational decision making.

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We're up 27 points. I don't think that decision speaks to our situational decision making.

 

We have done the same thing 3 weeks in a row now. We are seeing a pattern here, and I don't like it. 

 

When you are up 30-3 then you take the 3 points. We shouldn't be chasing anything at this point. 

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We have done the same thing 3 weeks in a row now. We are seeing a pattern here, and I don't like it. 

 

When you are up 30-3 then you take the 3 points. We shouldn't be chasing anything at this point. 

 

The decision in the Broncos game was the right decision. Just a bad play. And the decision in the Eagles game was the right decision, and it worked. So I think there's some philosophical disagreement on when to go for it near the goal line.

 

Completely different than working some things out in a blowout...

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