Definition of Monday morning quarterbacking in English:

Monday morning quarterbacking


informal North American

See Monday morning quarterback

‘In such situations, an officer's action should not be subjected to 20/20 hindsight or Monday morning quarterbacking.’
  • ‘There is plenty of room for Monday morning quarterbacking after each election cycle about which candidates might have made it to Congress if they had been given a little more backing.’
  • ‘This analysis clearly shows that the argument that the Fed could have easily deflated the bubble in 1997-98 is a horrible case of Monday morning quarterbacking.’
  • ‘To a certain extent, of course, this is Monday morning quarterbacking.’
  • ‘I think, the Monday morning quarterbacking is getting a little bit tiresome for the people, especially here in Texas.’