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    • Miami beat us 3 times that year, on a field w/ an infield dirt the first time, a perfect field the 2nd time and in the mud the 3rd time.  They were better than us that year.  Their strength was running the ball too, they had a glorified RB as their starting QB. we had a balanced attack, we were 4th in rush yds, 7th in pass yds, Miami was 3rd in rush yds and 27th in pass yds.  Their QBs threw 7 TDs and 13 INTs, ours 16 TDs and 9 INTs.  we need to retire this excuse.
    • Im just glad we didn't draft Vic Beasley. 
    • A few points here: 1. yes, a lot of coaches take this approach, but how many of the coaches with years and years of winning take it? we routinely see teams getting beat by 30 points. Just this week LA, JAX, and DAL beat their opponents by 27 - 33 points. when you have a team on the ropes, you finish them off; 3 weeks in a row we didn't do that 2. we don't only go into prevent D, we go into prevent O. I said it at the end of the 3rd quarter; Bowles was playing for the FG; on a broken play (3 and long) we got lucky with the TD, but the truth is the play calling was - crap, let's get some points. And that was at a 7 point lead. 3. the game has changed; 20 years ago, as much as fans hated it, you could say this was a good tactic, but in today's game of protection of the WRs (holding and PI) and of the QBs (roughing), it is way too easy for a team to score. Throw a hail mary, get the PI and you are down the field in scoring position. Can't get into the endzone, no worries, a few holding calls will fix that. Bowles said he is playing McCown as he is the best chance to win; and winning is important for the young guys to learn. From Robbie Anderson's reaction, what the young kids are learning is that we play scared and not to loose, then when we are f'd, we put our QB in a position to kill any chance of victory. Yes, we have tremendous holes at QB, OL, CB, etc. but sitting on leads in the 3rd quarter is unacceptable. 17 unanswered points is terrible against the Pats, giving that kind of ground to Miami or Jax is ridiculous. 
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