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12-02-2012, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Dr Jan Itor View Post
Or if there wasn't a Green Bay DB right in front of said receiver, which there was. The correct decision was throwing that ball OB. It cost us at least 3 points and potentially 7.
I have to question whether you watched the play then. Jenkins was wide open. While throwing the ball out of bounds would have been an acceptable decision, he had a wide open receiver in the end zone. Throw the ball actually to the receiver, or as we're constantly reminded by announcers "where only your guy can catch it" and you're fine. If you overthrow him, you're fine. But Ponder's throw was so underthrown that a 6'1" safety caught the ball despite being a good 5-10 feet in front of the 6'4" receiver who didn't move.

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