DOLPHINS: Scored too soon?
bcoddington at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 13 12:55:09 GMT 2008
Why were Texans not charged a timeout when player went dwon with cramps at 2:11 in 4th? Does it have to be within 2:00? If they had charged them there, they would not have time to run plays to middle of field. Also, what happended to the penalty on last drive when Schaub threw it into the back of an O-linemen's helmet - didn't think you could do that either.
Just a pianful loss - not sure why Texans have our number.
Ravens will be pissed next week fro losing to Colts and for us beating them last year. We need to win next week . Our division is still wide open with Pats loss. there are no more dominant teams - anybody can win on any givwn week.
From: Randy.Salas at startribune.comTo: dolphins-disc at phins.comDate: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 07:43:12 -0500Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Scored too soon?
But he should have challenged the Texans’ final completion near the goal line. The play clock had hit zero before the ball was snapped. If that penalty had been called, the Texans would have lost their last time out and been much farther from the goal line with 16 seconds left.
From: dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com [mailto:dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com] On Behalf Of L . . .Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2008 3:15 PMTo: General Discussion of the Miami DolphinsSubject: DOLPHINS: Scored too soon?
On a less consequential note, Sparano should never have wasted that challenge.
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