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2 minutes ago, rockywoj said:

lol@ you

 

Far from obsessed, but I advocate putting pressure on with your offense, and given a back to back opportunity, to me that is an opportunity passed up ... in the name of fear / playing scared.  

It's called playing to win. Risking a turnover in their territory is stupid.

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4 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

It's called playing to win. Risking a turnover in their territory is stupid.

 Ummm, I would argue the same point. Showing the killer instinct = playing to win. 

 

Anyway, obviously we just totally disagree on the taking a knee with time and timeouts philosophy.  End of debate. 

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1 minute ago, rockywoj said:

 Ummm, I would argue the same point. Showing the killer instinct = playing to win. 

 

Anyway, obviously we just totally disagree on the taking a knee with time and timeouts philosophy.  End of debate. 

There was no debate.

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