Monday morning quarterback


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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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(MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK ALERT - If only Villa had beaten Sunderland to the signing of 24-goal Darren Bent last summer...) Next is the fatigue factor.
For example, terms such as out in left field, Sunday punch, Monday morning quarterback, and end run are used metaphorically throughout conversations by those who know baseball, boxing, and football.
Thus, some of his comments about political leaders seem like the carping of a Monday morning quarterback - if only political leadership were this easy.
By using a profit sharing plan as an estate planning tool, the grantor maintains the ability to be a Monday morning quarterback and can always look back to determine if the beneficiary designations and the dispositive provisions of the ILIT should be modified.
The courts have been hesitant to "Monday morning quarterback" managed care organization (MCO) exclusion decisions alleged to be grounded in quality concerns.
Peter King (Monday Morning Quarterback), Patriots over Eagles, 23-20
(Notice, I did not say boo.) It's the American way of life to be a Monday morning quarterback! Although, these days it could be Sunday, Thursday, or Friday.
To be fair, I am playing Monday morning quarterback here and Mr.
9, industry analysts, playing Monday morning quarterback, said that unlike past Adam Sandler comedies, his latest outing with its football backdrop was attracting a family audience.