it gives it more of a Hail Mary type of play than a brilliant offensive strategy.
To carry on the football analogy, I'd liken it more to an onsides kick or a fake punt. Something done in the middle of a game to create momentum or near the end of the game to help pull victory from the jaws of defeat. I say this because, like the Hail Mary, while there is luck involved in success, there is also strategy in the timing and execution of the play.
In other words, Dan's play involved some luck but a whole lot of strategy in knowing what signals to send and to whom. If it had been a Hail Mary play, he'd have just sent out the same "save me and I'll be your humble servant" pleas every hamster gives when faced with Julie's
boudroir bedroom and just hope that somebody on his team catches it.
Tebow Time is over. We prefer to win games in the 1st quarter.
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