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No rule is flawed; teach it, execute it

Some fans will go to great extremes


Brandon from Tampa, FL

So reaching for the end zone is no longer a football move? We're now left debating degrees of the arm extension for the end zone.

I'm not going to pretend to know what a catch is, but it's my understanding the words "through the ground" define a catch. He hit the ground and lost control of the ball.

Patrick from Indianapolis, IN

We all know that, according to the rulebook, the referees made the right call. Do you think that rule is flawed?

No rule is flawed as long as everybody understands the rule and applies themselves to it. The Cowboys know the rule. Teach it, execute it. It's a classic example of what Calvin Johnson taught us.

Adam from Charlotte, NC

So Cowboys fans managed to pepper the stands at Lambeau with quite a few (white) jerseys. What are the odds a significant number of Packers fans will be able to get tickets and infiltrate the dreaded 12th man in Seattle?

I don't know, but I was disappointed yesterday.

Trevor from Peekskill, NY

South end zone. You called it.

It was 50-50.

Edmar from Sao Paulo, Brazil

Vic, I haven't watched the game, yet, but some numbers caught my eye: We lost in quarterback rating, we lost in running back yardage, we lost in time of possession and had a tie in turnovers. How did McCarthy and crew manage to win this game? Is Lambeau Field that powerful?

It's Aaron Rodgers. He has a magic wand.

Roger from Largo, FL

Vic, I saw Jerry Jones quoted as saying the game Sunday was "one of the more disappointing times I've had on a personal basis." How was it for you yesterday, on a personal basis?

I loved our coverage. I am happy.

Patterson from Lynchburg, VA

Vic, I just wanted to let you know how much your words weighed on me. I couldn't bear to see a tundra takeover. On Saturday morning, I woke up and decided that could not happen. I purchased a flight from Houston to Chicago, which landed at 11:30 p.m. I slept on my friend's couch and got up at 4:45 a.m. to make my first trek to Lambeau. We sat in the lower level behind the end zone. We drove back to Chicago after the game, through a blizzard, and my flight leaves today at 4:30 p.m. It was, hands down, the greatest experience of my life. Thanks for pushing me to make the last-minute trip of a lifetime.

You are a true fan.

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