Anthony Lynn’s team had just won their third straight game.
His special teams, which had foundered for most of the season, had their best afternoon. His defense dominated, shutting out Denver for the first time since the final days of George H.W. Bush’s presidency.
But there was one question that was always going to set him off after his team’s 21-0 victory over the Denver Broncos. It was always going to make his nostrils flare, his muscles tense and his veins on his forehead pulse.
“A goal-line stand can be so emotionally…” a reporter began to say before Lynn slammed on the brakes.
“That was absolutely terrible,” he said.
It was the…