"Resulting" just means misjudging well-modeledrandom events. It's thinking that if you win a small prize on a lottery ticket, that buying the ticket was a good choice _because you won_. While in reality, it was more likely that you'd lose.
no that was a pretty bad play choice.
wilson doesnt throw many interceptions, but Lynch almost never fumbles, Wilson was 4 times more likely to turn over the ball than Lynch was. write that down, if they turn the ball over they loose the game. the play they choose increased their risk of loosing over 400%.
wilson scores 28% of the time from the 10 (dont have 1 or 5 yard stats), lynch scores 42% of the time from the 5. he even scores more than wilson from 10 yards out (37%), which is not even a valid comparison because they only need 1 yard.
There is just no way to cut it, it was a bad decision.
Same with Atlanta passing while in field goal range last Super Bowl and getting a holding penalty and a sack that forced them to punt and gave the Patriots a chance to tie.