That seems fair but I wonder if the ball lying prone under Book, similar to a punt that dies

Author: THEISMANCARR (9132 Posts - Joined: Aug 10, 2007)
Posted at 3:01 pm on Jan 10, 2019

with no one touching it before it comes to a complete rest, qualifies as a dead ball and as such remains with who had it, and was it indeed prone. Just not sure of rules now or if that idea was indeed the case. Your 1.5 seems fair although I think 2.0 is more accurate, because of the screwed up Mack ruling. Once again if Mack makes the catch cleanly and clearly holds on we have the ball in good position. But like I have said before on Mack, he blows the easy catches somehow.

Whatever, they were clearly the better and more talented team, especially in terms of playing up to their capability. If the two were not overturned it probably had the effect of only making it a closer game at which point maybe the ability to perform under pressure comes into play. We have no reason to think they would not have been able to perform under pressure.


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