DOLPHINS: OT Welker's hit
Randy.Salas at startribune.com
Mon Dec 1 17:12:12 GMT 2008
Brown needs time to get into a rhythm, and he never seemed to be in enough to do that. And on the one running of the Wildcat, it looked as if he had a wide open field to the left when he handed the ball off to Ricky. If he had faked the handoff, he could have made a huge gain, if not a TD.
But he made a smart save when the planned pitch-back to Pennington failed and he completed the pass to Martin. And the rotation of RBs clearly confused the Rams.
From: dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com [mailto:dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com] On Behalf Of Rick
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 11:03 AM
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Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: OT Welker's hit
I thought Brown had a bad game in that he was not very decisive running the
ball and missed a couple of holes.
> Mark wrote:
>>>>BTW, we obviously got the B announcing crew again. I lost count of the
>>>>mistakes Tasker made in calling that game.<<<
> How about the announcer questioning again and again what was wrong with
> Ronnie Brown because he wasn't on the field? He was acting as if Brown had
> been benched or was injured. But if he actually knew anything about the
> Dolphins, he'd know that the team has been platooning the RBs all season.
> Speaking of which, that was quite a series when the team had Polite run
> that great FB play for a 10+-yard gain on one play, then Cobbs for 10+ on
> the next play, then Ricky for about 10 on the play after that.
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