Vic Fangio Thought John Harbaugh Running The Ball To End Game Was ‘Bulls-t’

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Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio called out the Ravens and John Harbaugh for the "bulls-t" decision to to knell down at the end of game

Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio isn’t happy with how John Harbaugh decided to end the game on Sunday.

With the Ravens running out the clock to end the game, Harbaugh opted to call a run play instead of just calling for Lamar Jackson to kneel for the final play.

During his media availability on Monday, Vic Fangio didn’t hold back on how he felt about the move, calling it “bulls-t”.

“Yeah I thought it was kind of bulls–t but I expected it from them,” Fangio said, via Mike Klis of KUSA. “37 years in pro ball and I’ve never seen anything like that. But it was to be expected and we expected it. . . . I just know how they operate. That’s just their mode of operation there. Player safety is secondary.”

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Despite Vic Fangio getting worked up about it, John Harbaugh admitted that he was just trying to get three more yards in order to get his team over 100 yards rushing to tie a record.

“One hundred percent my call,” he said, via the team’s official website. “That’s one of those things that’s meaningful. It’s one of those things that, as a head coach, you’ve got to be mindful of your team and your players and your coaches and what it means to them.

With getting to 100 rushing yards, the Ravens were able to tie the longest streak of such games by a franchise at 43 – which was set by the Steelers during the span of 1974-77.

John Harbaugh may have started some beef with Vic Fangio, but I’d say getting the record makes it worthwhile.

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