Re: Newb question...
- Regarding Moss on 4th Down. I believe the D was called for illegal
contact on that. From the replay, it looked like Moss was tackled,
but I don't remember seeing a facemask or Moss's helmet comming off.
--- In email@example.com, "RandyZ. Pierce" <alaric02@...>
>as the few folks at my home had to share what they could from it
> George gave a pretty good description which I certainly appreciated
amidst our rather jubilant celebrations. I think the key is that the
ball showed no jostling. The movement it did show was more
indicative of his moving it than it moving and him trying to
recontrol it. Obviously I'm not seeing the play so I'm only
addressing my opinion of what cntrol would be in this instance.
>realize that in review they have to see incontrovertable evidence to
> These judgment moments are the most precarious for the league and
over rule the call on the field. My understanding despite that is
that this was a good call.
>the back corner of the endzone (pause) no! Touchdown!!"
> Here's the Zip view from Gino on that play:
> "First down, looking, looking, looking and Brady throws it away out
>the report is that Moss was taken down by his face mask at the line
> Gaffney was out of the sight lines of our radio announcers too.
> When on a prior fourth down Brady had scrambled for the first down
of scrimmage and actually had his helmet ripped off in the process -
anyone see this little gem?
>his memory as a Patriot....interesting and I suspect some prideful
> Rodney Harrison says we were outphysicalled for the first time in
Patriots are going to have a message game on Sunday...but I would
have thought they had more for this game after the Eagles.
> Go Pats!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Rem
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Monday, December 03, 2007 11:55 PM
> Subject: [patriotzip] Newb question...
> So, I loves me my Patriots (thanks ever so much, Zip, 'cause I
> another obsession) and I give serious props to the Ravens (TWOyards
> from a turnaround, and some hellaciously good D throughout) but Ineed
> a clarification...I'm
> Can someone explain to me how that final TD of ours was "in his
> control"? Given how they stood with the field call, I'm guessing
> missing something about what defines that, 'cause it sure didn'tlook
> like he had control until after he hit the white line - is itthat he
> has to have it before his SECOND foot goes out, or what?