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Old 09-09-2012   #257
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Default Re: Miami Dolphins @ Houston Texans. Noon. 9/9. **Liberty White Kickoff GameDay Threa

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Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger View Post
On passing plays, the NFL rule of possession states that the receiver must have possession of the ball with both feet down in bounds before a catch can be ruled legal. The rule further describes possession as the player having clear control of the football before going out of bounds. Receivers are ruled not to have possession of the ball legally if they are bobbling the football before going out of bounds.

Jean had control of the ball at the time of having both feet in bounds. Once he was out of bounds, he still maintained possession up until he hit the ground. This should have been ruled a TD.
AGREE 100% i guess others who were saying i dont know the rules infact dont know the rules
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