Originally Posted by Cowboy4ever
The ball moved, if it didn't he would have not had the need to bring his other hand up to bring it back into his body. But does it hit the ground during the movement? I don't know, you can't tell from the angle we have to look at, which makes the evidence inconclusive, so the call stands. I know some of you will point to the stills where it appears the ball is on the ground, but is it? The angle of the shot could just make it appear as if it is as the shot is not on true gound level, but from an downward angle. All in all, two professional (whatever) officals took at a look at it and decided the call the stands. All this other stuff is nonsense, it was a catch, period.
Receivers are taught to use both hands. Dez actually caught it in both hands but his left hand came off when his elbow hit the ground, getting the second hand on the ball is a natural reaction...muscle memory if you will...not an indication of needing to do it to re-control the ball.