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Monday morning quarterback

football spectator who, in hind-sight, points out where team went wrong. [Am. Sports and Folklore: Misc.]
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ATLANTA -- Monday morning quarterbacks, Tuesday night message board trolls and the Wednesday waiver-wire watchers of fantasy football know that game day excitement can't be limited to Saturdays and Sundays.
Now that the wider community is beginning to recognize the threat, Johnny-come-latelies, Monday Morning quarterbacks, and assorted wanna-bes may try to steal the spotlight.
Going through the program as a rookie, the first thing that hits you is that it's too bad FATS isn't available to all the Monday morning quarterbacks who think cops are trigger-happy in this city.
One by one, we will continue to seek to address and resolve the claims asserted by what I believe to be Monday morning quarterbacks, who have had little appreciation for the challenges every financial institution faces in this market.
We should have known, these Monday morning quarterbacks pontificate, that this item was simply a form of guerrilla marketing.
MINNEAPOLIS -- While Monday morning quarterbacks are busy replaying Sunday's game between Indianapolis and New Orleans, they are also re-evaluating how they would have played their financial planning strategy during the financial crisis.
NFL Head Coach, the third pillar in our NFL portfolio, was developed to satiate all those Monday morning quarterbacks and fantasy football fanatics," said Dale Jackson, Executive Producer, EA Tiburon.
While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were still celebrating their championship victory in San Diego, results from the first real-time interactive Super Bowl advertising system, ADBOWL(tm), were already being analyzed for millions of Monday morning quarterbacks by its creator Steve McKee during 24 live interviews with television stations from coast to coast.