[Everyone cracked up, of course, because the words rang so true -- James' point being that no one was getting the ball enough to feel satisfied with the arrangement.] They need to make a longer field or play five quarters, ... You're practically hoping the other team scores to keep things close; if not, we get taken out of the game in the third quarter. We're like, 'I practiced all week, for this ?' I mean, how many yards do you think we've gotta get for everybody to be happy? Seven hundred? Eight hundred?