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#32 - I had this drawn up for a game that I was working on. I think …  [+] (1 reply) 05/12/2015 on what is this a sword for ants +15
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#79 - nikolaier (05/13/2015) [-]
What is the name of that game?
#271 - I don't disagree with any of that. My argument isn't that it w…  [+] (1 reply) 02/03/2015 on the exact moment 0
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#272 - ericzxvc (02/04/2015) [-]
Yeah I'd disagree it's "the worst play call ever" as well it's just tough to swallow when you have Marshawn "Beastmode" Lynch right there. I think people would have been like "weird" but you're right in that people would not be saying it was as bad as they are now. However, that is partially because most people wouldn't consider the worst case unless they actually saw it.
#133 - I don't get the hate on the play call, Wilson and Lockette sho…  [+] (3 replies) 02/02/2015 on the exact moment +2
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#255 - ericzxvc (02/03/2015) [-]
But the problem is that you're playing with worse probability, the probability of an interception is zero if you run the 2nd down and score. Lynch would have to fail to run the ball one yard, and they would have to throw an interception on the third, much less likely than what happened.
The problem also is that everyone's saying 3rd down throw would be too obvious, but the thing is that everyone knew they were going to throw second down. When they interviewed Butler he said he knew they were going to throw on the 2nd down because they had three receivers on the goal line.
So they played an unnecessarily risky 2nd down, and didn't even have the element of surprise, making it a horrible play call. Not to mention the fact that any smart offence would have saved their timeouts.
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#271 - fatzanzy (02/03/2015) [-]
I don't disagree with any of that. My argument isn't that it was a good play call, but to call it the worst play call in super bowl history is a stretch in my opinion.

I think there are a few too many people out there that don't question their outcome bias on plays like this. If the ball is knocked incomplete and they run it in on 3rd or 4th nobody even talks about the call. Of the ~115 quick slants ran within the 10 this year, Seattle's was the only pick [lost source, sorry]
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#272 - ericzxvc (02/04/2015) [-]
Yeah I'd disagree it's "the worst play call ever" as well it's just tough to swallow when you have Marshawn "Beastmode" Lynch right there. I think people would have been like "weird" but you're right in that people would not be saying it was as bad as they are now. However, that is partially because most people wouldn't consider the worst case unless they actually saw it.
#26 - Good news, my cock is on the rise!  [+] (1 reply) 04/26/2014 on WW1 +72
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#40 - supermandan (04/26/2014) [-]
I wonder if the AIDS scare in porn industries was the cause of it going down.
#198 - Picture 04/02/2014 on Helllllo +1
#132 - meh 03/20/2014 on Omegle :^) 0
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