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He did it with total fumbles also a little further down at the link and came up with similar results.
http://www.sharpfootballanalysis.com/blog/?p=2932Much more data analysis at the link.
I haven't really bought anything in months now because of that.And, well, I've been spending all my money on trips.
Ballghazi.
What a shitty fucking 2nd half game plan by McCarthy. Way to just sit on a lead you fat disappointment.
This is why you don't play it fucking safe in the goddamn playoffs. Son of a bitch.
I'm disappointed the Packers weren't able to put the Seahawks away in the first half. They had so many opportunities but took their foot off Seattle's throat. Hopefully they made some halftime adjustments on offense and they pick it up like they did against Dallas last week.
I'm not entirely sure your goal line scenario is correct. Everything I've read makes it clear that absent that "football move" (which is entirely subjective), the receiver has to control the ball coming to the ground regardless of where it occurs. I've seen plenty of occurrences where a player loses control of the ball when reaching for the pylon and is awarded a TD, but that act of reaching is a football move hence he has complete control of the ball.This is one of those...
The Megatron play a few years back that introduced everyone to this rule occurred in the end zone. In fact, it looked almost exactly like the Dez play.Here's that play: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/09000d5d81a77070/Controversial-call-on-Megatron-non-TDTwo feet, a knee and an elbow down, also a slight lunge on the end.
In the end, this is all that matters about that game.
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