- Nov 6, 2011
Dobbs let's go
It didn’t lose them the game, but it’s a turnover that shouldn’t have been a turnover. They may not have scored, or may have turned it over on the next play. It just will be deems by the league to be a penalty that should have been called and the guy will get fined again, maybe suspended. It didn’t lose them the game. What helped lose them the game was keeping Dobbs in the pocket most of the game and the whole second half as opposed to letting him create more, which is what got them the last two wins. Keeping him on the pocket with too protection was a recipe for disaster, and the Denver defense happily used the recipe.All the best and brightest here have assured me that no calls don't matter.
LOL, I/we get it, no calls don't matter, ignore them! Complaining about the refs is as old as the game! Obvious no-call is obvious, however little it may have affected the end. It did, however, allow Denver to score the first 3. Ahem.Good Grief
vn complaining about officials even in the NFL
Will it ever stop?
I usually do not want anyone to get hurt but if him or Dallas Turner gets hurt, it wouldn't be a bad thing....
If Dobbs had've been a high round pick... he'd be given the same length of leash. It's all about the $$$$$ invested in the aforementioned QB's.Sean Payton on Josh Dobbs: "I haven't seen anything like it"
Love seeing Dobbs ball out and get the recognition he deserves.
Kind of amazing and laughable how literally every team has passed over Dobbs in a league where guys like Daniel Jones, Kenny Pickett, Derek Carr, and a dirtbag like Watson keeps getting leash as starters.