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Can we also mention that, if the Ravens don't make the goal line stand, John Harbaugh's failure to use his timeouts before the 2:00 minute warning would have been one of the greatest clock management blunders in football history.

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Can we also mention that, if the Ravens don't make the goal line stand, John Harbaugh's failure to use his timeouts before the 2:00 minute warning would have been one of the greatest clock management

Because Stone and all the pundits will be predicting   NFC East:   1. Eagles 2. Cowboys 3. Giants 4. Redskins   unless Washington moves up and gets Griffin when they'd be favored over the Gia

Do I have a problem with it... nope. It was fun to watch. So's RG III. But Stone got my opinion right. And I dont agree with you or joe that Kaepernick's running style is better than RG III's vis

Can we also mention that, if the Ravens don't make the goal line stand, John Harbaugh's failure to use his timeouts before the 2:00 minute warning would have been one of the greatest clock management blunders in football history.

Agreed, but foiling a fade just doesn't seem like a goal line stand.

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Can we also mention that, if the Ravens don't make the goal line stand, John Harbaugh's failure to use his timeouts before the 2:00 minute warning would have been one of the greatest clock management blunders in football history.

I was more than a few drinks in at that point, but wasn't it 3 incompletions?

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Can we also mention that, if the Ravens don't make the goal line stand, John Harbaugh's failure to use his timeouts before the 2:00 minute warning would have been one of the greatest clock management blunders in football history.

I was more than a few drinks in at that point, but wasn't it 3 incompletions?

At about 2:35 to go, he let the clock run down to the 2:00 min warning. If SF had scored, Baltimore would have had < 2:00 (probably under 1:50) to drive with probably one or two time outs. If he uses them to stop the clock after runs and SF scores on the third play, Baltimore has the ball with > 2:00 (probably over 2:20) to go plus the two minute warning plus one time out. Best case, three incomplete passes, they've got the ball with > 2:20, three timeouts, and the two minute warning.

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Good move by the Chiefs. Jamaal Charles is on of the league's better backs (maybe the best right now not named "Peterson") and Smith, plus an upgrade at receiver, could improve their passing game enough to make a major difference for the team.

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