DOLPHINS: Young team mistakes
cheesefrog at usa.net
Sun Nov 8 22:52:58 GMT 2009
That should be a routine catch in the NFL.
Certainly one dropped pass at the end does not lose a game. But once again
Ginn displayed his inability to position his hands properly for the catch.
It still baffles me how this mechanical flaw went unnoticed by the team in the
draft. Unless he didn't do it in college, I don't know.
------ Original Message ------
From: Richie Wohlers <richiewohlers at gmail.com>
> Are you talking about Ginn's drop at the end of the game? I can't kill him
> for that one. Yeah, Randy Moss or Larry Fitzgerald would probably catch
> that, but I can't kill Ginn for not getting it. It was high and a little
> behind him. Definitely catchable, but not easy.
> On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 1:01 PM, <jhgarbo at aol.com> wrote:
> > A drop by hartline...a bad time out call...
> > Garbo....and teddy jr. costs us another one.
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