Why Is NFL Football Scores So Delicate?
Funny story about that; while scouting for football scores the other day I was looking at a Miami Dolphins score and there were seven points in the first quarter and they had a running back who had no running yards. He had two receptions for 18 yards and ran for no gain. So the next week he came out and scored two rushing touchdowns. So that is why NFL players always complain about being counted down and when they do get the ball they complain that the clock is running out and they aren’t going to get the chance to show their ability.
Now then the official NFL scores on those days are different from the real time NFL scores. So, when you see those Miami Dolphins scores it is really not an accurate representation of how your team is performing. They may only be giving the team a chance to show what they can do but really they are not giving the team much to run from and it gives the opposing teams too much time to prepare for a quick game plan. In fact some coaches have actually gotten into the habit of playing fast-paced offense and defense just to give the other team a match up and to wear them down.
So when you see those Dolphins scores do not believe them. Instead believe the person who is giving you the correct number of points for your football game. It may even be the guy who wrote the book about football in the first place. The guy who is the expert on how football games are calculated and figured out. I am speaking of course, our very own Waltorer.