The Ravens crushed the NFL’s #2 defense and the Ravens defense forced 2 Manning fumbles and 2 Manning picks, one which was a pick 6. The Broncos were the #1 seed, they won 11 games in a row….what the Ravens did was……..wait for it………..Legendary!
And I don't believe that some outs are less important. There is more pressure as the game wears on, but if the Broncos made some plays earlier or didn't make mistakes earlier, that play isn't such a crucial turning point.
I really don't know what you're arguing in support of, and it seems like you're just a bitter Skins fan. Who knows. What I do know is you're watching the Ravens game next week. Must suck for you.
And I'm still waiting to hear which teams admit they were the lesser team after they win. I'd like to hear which ones they were if it happens as often as you said it did.
Hope to hear from you.
Point. Set. Match.
The problem here is that you're making the assumption that the Ravens did nothing right on that play, when they did. Did the Broncos have a chance to break it up? Sure, but it was the same chance the Ravens had to throw an accurate bomb and catch the ball. They did both. In the Mookie Wilson example, once the ball is in play, it's absolutely 100% in the hands of Bill Buckner. Not so here.
On top of that, that throw doesn't even need to be made if the special teams does their job. That was an equally large error, and the Ravens committed two of them instead of just one.
Blowing a 14 point lead AT HOME in the playoffs, against a team traveling from west coast to east coast... a scenario in which the west coast team rarely wins... one could argue that would be "choking".
On the other side, one of the best ARMS in the NFL, stepped up in the pocket, avoiding pressure, side-stepped a DE, threw a bomb (with Miller in his face) over top of fairly deep coverage (shocking the defense)... to a very fast WR who got behind the defenders...
Keep trollin', trollin', trollin'...
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