Okay, the goal line stand has been discussed endlessly, I know, so sorry for bringing it up again. I asked this question in another thread, but I think I was late to the discussion, as it went unanswered.
QUESTION: Could RR have been reluctant to call QB sneak because of the inexperience of our center Moosman? How much does that play into the effectiveness of the sneak? Seems the sneak would require first a clean snap and then an immediate jump up to block. We've seen Moosman flub on a similar action before (with our back to the other endzone).
Just asking, because on the 1, QB sneak and fall-forward seems logical. But I'm wondering if there is more to it than that.