ldouglas at gmail.com
Sun Nov 1 23:31:27 GMT 2009
but a TD and 2 FGs in the time remaining? Esp with bluster-filled Rex?
I agree with Simms - 2 pointers shouldn't be tried until you can
realistically see the possessions for the rest of the game - i.e. 5
mins left or down by more than 20
On 11/1/09, Richie Wohlers <richiewohlers at gmail.com> wrote:
> I guess the theory could be:
> Up by 11 - We lose if the Jets score 2 TD's
> Up by 12 - We lose if the Jets score 2 TD's (and make at least 1 XP)
> Up by 13 - We tie if the Jets score 1 TD and kick 2 FGs.
> Essentially, being up by either or 11 or 12 is basically the same thing, but
> being up by 13 could possibly extend the game if the Jets score thrice.
> On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Mark S. Clark <clark.m.s at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Some of you may remember that I have been a proponent of the 2-point try
>> when it would be a benefit.
>> With that in mind, why on earth did they try for two just now?
>> That would have put them up by 13 instead of 12. What's the difference?
>> Do they think that if the Jets score twice that they will block the extra
>> point both times?
>> Do they expect 4 FGs by the Jets?
>> Now, the Jets can get a TD with a 2PT and be within a FG!
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