I remember a crisp Sunday afternoon when Danny White was manning the con for Your Dallas Cowboys and Mike Renfro was a wide receiver of same.
Mike ran this nifty out pattern. About 7 or 8 yards and a quick right hand turn, and ole Danny would deliver the ball on cue. Almost made you think they practiced this at some point.
Well that day the Dallas team was facing the Cardinals of St. Louis. This would be the stop they made right after Chicago and before Arizona.
Pretty soon, after several attempts that yielded positive yards, the cornerback for the Cardinals started inching up on that play. He was ready, willing, and able to snatch that ball from an unsuspecting White/Renfro and haul it the other way for points.
The next time Renfro ran the out, he added a slightly different wrinkle. He broke to the sidelines, as he was want to do from time to time, and then turned up field.
The cornerback was in position to scoop up the out, but the ball wasn't there. It was in mid-flight with just enough arch to meet with Mr. Renfro at a preordained spot about 8 yards behind the cornerback.
Needless to say the White to Renfro pass produced six points and Dallas went on to win that game.
Of course this wasn't as famous a toss as Tinker to Evers to Chance. Which is a story that old guy who started this mess will have to relate.
But it was pert near perfect for an October afternoon, many moons ago.
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