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https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34631088/cleveland-browns-rb-nick-chubb-admits-scoring-late-td-vs-new-york-jets-cost-us-game
 

Chubb admits fault…it’s the coaches fault.

 

for a referescher.

 

Browns at 12 first and 10 after the 2 min warning. The jets were out of time outs.

 

you should do just 3 kneel downs and win

 

instead browns give the ball to Chubb and he scores a TD. Miss XP

 

Jets get KO and on 2nd play get a 64 yd blown coverage TD

onside kick recovery

score another TD

XP wins game.

briwns had some time with time outs to get into FG or Hail Mary range. QB throws a pick.

 

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2 minutes ago, djp14150 said:

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34631088/cleveland-browns-rb-nick-chubb-admits-scoring-late-td-vs-new-york-jets-cost-us-game
 

Chubb admits fault…it’s the coaches fault.

 

for a referescher.

 

Browns at 12 first and 10 after the 2 min warning. The jets were out of time outs.

 

you should do just 3 kneel downs and win

 

instead browns give the ball to Chubb and he scores a TD. Miss XP

 

Jets get KO and on 2nd play get a 64 yd blown coverage TD

onside kick recovery

score another TD

XP wins game.

briwns had some time with time outs to get into FG or Hail Mary range. QB throws a pick.

 

There is simply no excuse for that and I put the blame on the coaches who should have reminded everyone of the game situation and demanded three kneel downs. 

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2 minutes ago, K-9 said:

There is simply no excuse for that and I put the blame on the coaches who should have reminded everyone of the game situation and demanded three kneel downs. 

Agree. Although a smart player may realize on his own and not score, that's not what they do anymore than knocking the ball down on a Hail Mary on the last play of a game instead of trying to catch it and risking a deflection. It's not in most player's thought process to not score and the coaches must coach it into them and tell them the situation.

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8 minutes ago, djp14150 said:

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34631088/cleveland-browns-rb-nick-chubb-admits-scoring-late-td-vs-new-york-jets-cost-us-game
 

Chubb admits fault…it’s the coaches fault.

 

for a referescher.

 

Browns at 12 first and 10 after the 2 min warning. The jets were out of time outs.

 

you should do just 3 kneel downs and win

 

instead browns give the ball to Chubb and he scores a TD. Miss XP

 

Jets get KO and on 2nd play get a 64 yd blown coverage TD

onside kick recovery

score another TD

XP wins game.

briwns had some time with time outs to get into FG or Hail Mary range. QB throws a pick.

 

 

3 minutes ago, K-9 said:

There is simply no excuse for that and I put the blame on the coaches who should have reminded everyone of the game situation and demanded three kneel downs. 

 

I agree that the coaches are ultimately to blame for Chubb not going down before getting into the end zone.

 

But, Christ.  The defense let the Jets ... the JETS ... come back with less than two minutes on the clock.  That is absolutely inexcusable.  

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4 minutes ago, CA OC Bills Fan said:

Agree. Although a smart player may realize on his own and not score, that's not what they do anymore than knocking the ball down on a Hail Mary on the last play of a game instead of trying to catch it and risking a deflection. It's not in most player's thought process to not score and the coaches must coach it into them and tell them the situation.

Sure, better awareness by Chubb would have been great, but he was adhering to a life long body of instinct as a running back; every fiber in his core says to get the ball over the goal line and score. Coaches simply have to take command in that situation to prevent that from happening.

5 minutes ago, Gugny said:

 

 

I agree that the coaches are ultimately to blame for Chubb not going down before getting into the end zone.

 

But, Christ.  The defense let the Jets ... the JETS ... come back with less than two minutes on the clock.  That is absolutely inexcusable.  

Absolutely inexcusable indeed. Right on the heels of the initial inexcusable gaffe of not taking a knee to end the game. Browns deserved what happened to them. 

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8 minutes ago, K-9 said:

Sure, better awareness by Chubb would have been great, but he was adhering to a life long body of instinct as a running back; every fiber in his core says to get the ball over the goal line and score. Coaches simply have to take command in that situation to prevent that from happening.

 

 

This 100%

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I totally disagree. He is going into score with about a minute left to make it a 14-point game. That wins the game. 
 

I don’t think it is fair to blame Chubb for the kicker missing a PAT, the defense folding on a long TD, the jets recovering an onsides kick, and the defense collapsing again.  When Chubb scored, the Browns had a 99% win probability. 

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6 minutes ago, Miyagi-Do Karate said:

I totally disagree. He is going into score with about a minute left to make it a 14-point game. That wins the game. 
 

I don’t think it is fair to blame Chubb for the kicker missing a PAT, the defense folding on a long TD, the jets recovering an onsides kick, and the defense collapsing again.  When Chubb scored, the Browns had a 99% win probability. 

 

I put the blame squarely on the coaches but Chubb can still realize that 100% is more than 99%.

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6 minutes ago, Miyagi-Do Karate said:

I totally disagree. He is going into score with about a minute left to make it a 14-point game. That wins the game. 
 

I don’t think it is fair to blame Chubb for the kicker missing a PAT, the defense folding on a long TD, the jets recovering an onsides kick, and the defense collapsing again.  When Chubb scored, the Browns had a 99% win probability. 


 

then the jets might have gone for 2 on one of the TDs.

 

down 14 it’s a better decision to go for 2 generally..

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