Deer can still stumble several feet after death when in full strut
For the rest. You’re arguing over two sentences that any man can speak in just a few seconds before their last breath.
Yes! Before their last breath. Not after. Now look at the sequence in each gospel. In Mark and Matthew his last breath comes after crying out in a loud voice. Not after speaking. In Luke he cries out in a loud voice but he does not then draw his last breath. He says something. The Jesus in Mark and Matthew can’t speak at this point because according to them he is already dead! In John he doesn’t he doesn’t cry out at all. He says it is finished and draws his last breath. But he can’t do that after saying what Luke said because in Luke he is dead after he says into thy hands I commend my spirit. I think what you are missing is if you load the statements up together and then have him dying you still haven’t resolved the problem of inaccuracy because each account indicates he dies right after what they claim are his last words.