DownvoteDon Posted November 24, 2014 Share Posted November 24, 2014 Great: You have the Browns lined up for a 60 yard field goal in the closing moments of a half with the most Dangerous return man in the history of the NFL snuck waiting under the goalposts for a Alabama v Auburn-esque return. What on earth would compel you to call a last moment timeout? Now they do just what you do, go through the motions and kick the ball and just in case anyone missed it, there is Devon Hester catching it for the return. NOW, the Browns can alert even their slow fat guys to make sure they stay with the play and do whatever they can to Prevent a return for a TD. Which is exactly why number 75 was hustling all the way and saved the touchdown for the Browns. Maybe the Browns are well coached enough to have been aware of all that anyway, but thanks to the timeout, they did not have to be.Of course, we never would've been in the situation to screw up the game with the SECOND Half timeout if Brian Hoyer had not screwed it up first. What kind of game management was he involved in with the interception into the end zone?Maybe Hoyer is Mike Smith's long-lost son? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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