Found November 21, 2011 on The Colts Authority:
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Bill Barnwell had fun this weekend and came away with 11 things he loved.  Among them, Jack Del Rio's horrific clock management: With four points separating them from the Browns, the Jaguars had a third-and-1 on the Cleveland 5-yard line with 46 seconds left. They had one timeout to work with, which left them the option of choosing to run the ball. They rightly chose to do that on the third-down play, and Maurice Jones-Drew plunged through the line for three yards, setting up first-and-goal from the 2-yard line with 41 seconds left. Well, there were 41 seconds left when the whistle blew on the previous play, but Del Rio somehow decided to hold on to his timeout. The clock snuck down to 18 seconds before the Jaguars ran a play, and when the Browns stacked up MJD for 1 yard, the Jags were forced to use that final timeout with eight seconds left. That left them with a maximum of two shots to the end zone, and when Mike Thomas dropped what would have been the game-winning touchdow...
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