Here is something that has bugged me since I saw it happen. Way back in 83 - I think - during a Monday night game against the Redskins, Tony Dorsett breaks off left tackle and is streakingup the sidline. Rokkie CB Darryl Gren with blazing speed catches him just short of scoring a sure touchdown. That play has followed Green as the one that made him: he "caught" Tony D from behind. No small feat. But have always believed that he had a littel bit of an angle and that Dorsett wa slowing down just before Green caught him. I have found a DVD copy of that game and watched it many times. I realize I am biased because I think Dorsett was the most beautiful to watch run in history. What do you think? Does Green deserve ALL the credit for catching Dorsett. I don't think he could have done it on the dead run with a rested Dorsett.