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« Reply #80 on: Oct 21, 2008 at 11:38 »

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Needs repeating: 3 plays of 10 or more yards.

And wasn't one of those the 'catch' where the ball was sliding down when the WR going out of bounds.

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« Reply #81 on: Oct 21, 2008 at 18:23 »

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Needs repeating: 3 plays of 10 or more yards.

And wasn't one of those the 'catch' where the ball was sliding down when the WR going out of bounds.



Yeah I don't see how there wasn't "conclusive" evidence that the ball was never controlled.  Fuckin' Hochuli!

That is a really impressive stat, though.  I wonder if all those 3 plays came on the Bengals one TD drive?
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« Reply #82 on: Oct 22, 2008 at 11:15 »

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Needs repeating: 3 plays of 10 or more yards.

And wasn't one of those the 'catch' where the ball was sliding down when the WR going out of bounds.



Yeah I don't see how there wasn't "conclusive" evidence that the ball was never controlled.  Fuckin' Hochuli!

That is a really impressive stat, though.  I wonder if all those 3 plays came on the Bengals one TD drive?

I watched the abbreviated replay of the game (10 minutes of highlights on demand) and two of the three came on the td drive. There was the catch that really wasn't a catch and an 8 yard curl by Whos-your-mama that he turned upfield and fought for 11 yards while being knocked silly.

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