Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by jaayteetx, Nov 19, 2006.
I thought his hand touched out of bounds before he go two feet inbounds. What do you guys think?
no it looked like a catch to me, just bad pressure
He was clearly out.....refs got us again.
feet dragged, you couldnt tell from the replay but there were marks in the grass, good catch.
IMO I didn't think he got that right foot down because it looked like that foot didn't kick grass til it got to the white but if it was AJ I would have wanted that call because that was too close to overturn.
Where was the pressure at the end? NON-EXISTENT
as long as the ball doesnt hit the ground and the feet drag inbounds....which is what happened. the tv announcers said it was obvious, and it looked that way to me.
That was just a quality catch in the key moment.
It shoudn't have come down to this one play.
I see skid marks that start on the chalk. If his feet drag the ground, it makes a skind mark. You can see it on the replay: No skid marks inside the end zone area, they begin on the chalk and then continue for a foot or two out of bounds.
His hand was on the chalk.
But hey, the refs are NOT going to overturn a clutch catch like that. Ever. They'll stick with their call because they and their boss want to make sure that we all know who's the boss.
I'm over the loss. But I think he wa sot of bounds.
Nice throw. Nice catch. Bad call. Oh well. I guess we get a better draft pick for it. That's about what we're used to around here.
I didnt' see the play and based on what I have read,(with the am't of discussion about this subject on multiple threads) it seems like it was a tough call to make
IF it was a bad call, It wasn't the first bad call in the history of the NFL and definitely the last bad call.
No doubt about it. It was a clean catch, and a great one at that. Hats off to Price. He gets paid too.
It was a good pass, a better catch. TD 'Bills.
They made the plays at the end of the game, we didn't. End of story.
Check out the Chronicle, they have a picture of the catch. Looks like the hand is touching out of bounds at the exact moment both feet are touching the end zone. Whats the rule there, anybody?
Here is the link, you may have something there unless they ruled that he had posession and control before the hand hit.
That picture doesn't show how long either his feet or hand were on the ground. It certainly doesn't show the order.
What does it show besides the fact that both feet were down well before the out of bounds?
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