I don’t doubt the direction it’s the height, did it have to be so high that Welker needed to leap about two feet in the air to make a fingertips catch? It didn’t appear so to me but the television coverage didn’t show it until the last second so we don’t have much to go on with regard to the convergence of the DBs.
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Subject: [patriotzip] Re: [patriots] Brady had to throw the Welker pass where he did
Freeze the following video clip at 1:24 to see
what I mean:
On Tue, 7 Feb 2012, Rich Carreiro wrote:
>I've looked at the replay of the Welker drop a
>number of times and have become convinced Brady
>had to throw it where he did.
>Here's a crude diagram of the coverage as the ball
>is in the air (view with a monospaced font). The
>play is towards the top of the diagram.
> [open] DB3
> DB1 DB2
Rich Carreiro rlcarr@...