Originally Posted by 76Texan
I haven't got the chance to look at the All-22; they are usually not available until noon or later on Monday.
It was cover two man under on the play that the receiver got past KJax on the side line.
I'm not sure if the D call here yet, but there was a good possibility that KJax dropped his coverage to play underneath due to the route patterns of all the receivers on his side.
With only one receiver running a vertical, Manning should probably be in better position to defend that route (similar to Pollard).
Some coaches teach the CB to follow the receiver deep, and if that's the case, then KJax blew the coverage.
But since we can't be sure what the D call is in this instance, we really can't tell.
If only somebody can pose this question to Wade directly.
At any rate, one poor play does not describe a player, especially when he made several nice plays throughout the game.
You can't be sure of what the d call is in any instance.
And even if you do think you know what the call is, there is a thing called game planning where coaches will deviate from the norm or what's commonly seen and give particular instructions based on the opponent/situation.