When you’re driving down the field in opposing territory in the fourth quarter with more than three minutes left, why would you ever throw a pass?
Keep to the ground game and run down the clock so they can’t get the ball back and have time to drive down the field and score again.
If Manning hadn’t thrown that horrible pass that got picked off by Tracy Porter and returned for a touchdown, the Colts would have undoubtedly won the Super Bowl. The whole Indianapolis Colts football team and their fans were irreparably damaged by Manning’s negligent actions.
This Monday morning quarterbacking is the same thing a lot of doctors go through when they make a judgment call and are sued for malpractice due to a bad outcome.
I wonder … can fans who lose money on bets on a pro football team sue the professional football players for their negligent decisions? I bet those multimillion dollar salaries could pay for a lot of damages.