Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by links18, Nov 11, 2012.
This link proves it was the correct call.
This right here ^^ I'm a big Cowboys fan, Dez fan, and he is on my Fantasy Football team and I still can't deny that that ball hit the ground and rolled. That was an incomplete pass. We would have still gotten the football at the 1 yard because of the pass interference. I'm not sure what people are looking at, that ball rolled on the ground.
See the post right above yours. Plus the fact that there is no conclusive proof he didn't have the ball on his arm. You just can't see it. You know the ball was on his arm when he started to roll.
Can we get a poll on this?
To all those saying it clearly rolled...did it roll a full 360 degrees?
Because the laces on the ball in relation to Dez' forearm remained in exactly the same place when he first hit the ground until he rolled back over.
And I am a huge Dez critic, but there was simply not enough evidence to overturn that. I really hope some of you people never serve on a jury.
A case could be made either way, but it was far from "clear." That's why it wasn't overturned.
That made me laugh
In all honesty, I would have overturned the call. It looked like the ball rolled and made contact with the turf. But we deserve a break......lord knows we deserve a break. Hell, the the Eli-led Giants have won 2 Superbowls with luck and fortunate calls. Can we have a little something go our way? Yeah, I said it!
You'd have to be an *** **** to think that was an incomplete pass.
There was nothing conclusive on that replay....zilch.
I agree...Personally thought it was incomplete but not enough there to reverse the call
You can tell that, while touching the ground, it rolled 180 degrees almost exactly.
He cradled and secured the ball with his right arm, and while the impact caused the ball to move he never lost control of the ball.
Actually, if the ball moves, it's loss of control.
If it moved 180 you would not still see the laces after he rolled over.
Laces in front.
Laces in back.
Go through the entire play after he rolls over...the laces are in the exact same place in relation to his forearm.
Play happens 29:40 3rd qrt. The back side view at 31:10 shows the ball on his arm the entire play.
what's your problem?
you mad we won?
Why does it matter where the laces end up after the ball stops rolling?