I'm sure you've all seen it by now - just a couple minutes left in the game, Vikings up big, Cowboys out of timeouts, and Favre & company score again. Keith Brooking mouths off at the Vikings sideline, and later, calls the move "classless". So.... classless or no? I admit that generally I fall on the side of "don't run up the score". Up big, I'd like to see coaches getting their 2nd string into the game. No necessarily because it's "nice", but because I think it's smart football. Why leave your starters there and expose them to any more risk of injury than you need to when the game is clearly in your favor. Obviously football is a physical game, and every play you run the risk of injury.... so, protect your players where you can. HOWEVER. This is the playoffs, not regular season. This isn't posturing for the 'second season', it IS the second season. At this point in the game, I don't think you can afford to take your foot off the gas. You go all out, 100% for every second of every game that you're fortunate enough to play and hope that your efforts carry you to the super bowl and beyond. Oh... and I like seeing the cowboys embarrassed too, so that's good.