- Feb 4, 2012
Thank fuck he didn't catch that. I assumed he would have.
But.. it wasn't even a fake punt.. the qb of the play never showed any sign they were going to kick.. (it was also not the punter there)... so how is that not just a 4th down play? The DB was holding the player the whole route and pushed him before the ball got there.That was a punt. Can't have DPI - Payton should know better.
There’s the flag they were talking about. They were just calling it in advance!Did the announcers just say this game has been about penalties called on SF? Are they calling the game I am watching?
This game has been about big plays by both offenses (so far) not penalties. Unless I missed something.
I don't think so.I have a question about ESPN's win probability thing. Does anyone know if it calculates things differently depending on how high scoring the game is? In other words is a 10-7 lead in the 4th the same as a 45-42 lead? I don't know how accurate it is, but I always end up watching it obsessively during games.
Well it also takes into account the teams going in somehow because if one team is favored they will continue to be favored even if they fall behind early. So there is something else in the formula, but I'm not sure how they calculate that..... to the internet!Yes, it's a statistical probability model. It doesn't take into account anything but the lead and who has the ball and where.