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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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Fixing the global economic malaise is not an amateur sport, but the Monday morning quarterbacks are now having their collective moments in the sun.
Like Monday morning quarterbacks who second-guess plays made on Sunday, Americans are reviewing the strategies they might have followed to best handle the recent financial crisis.
It's a call based on seeing what he has to offer every day - something none of the Monday morning quarterbacks gets the chance to do.
Which is my way of saying: I'll take advice about running my business from Monday morning quarterbacks and fair-weather fans, but I'm not taking it from a washed-up squash player.
As a result, "there are no Monday morning quarterbacks looking out and wondering if this expenditure was required," says Volpe.
We not only have Monday morning quarterbacks, we have Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday morning quarterbacks.