T. Wilson & Pat's Db's

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    T. Wilson & Pat's Db's

    Helo Pats fans,

    I have noticed repeatedly that the DB's very often do not even touch a silding WR, NOT a QB, ,opponent, who has not been knocked down and ,is allowed to get up and run. 

    In the Ram's game, T.Wilson after his Int. return side down without contact  and left the ball on the field , a LIVE Ball I think.

    The Rams could have picked that ball up, recovered ,and  advanced the ball.

    Why such a lack of knowledge, understanding of the game. Hi caoch!!

     
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    Probably cause he was thinking to his college days that if your down your down. Dont need to be touched. This happened last year didnt it and Wilfork or one of the D linemen picked up the ball and started running. I'm waiting for Wilfork to get his annual interception.

     
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    In response to DavidSeattle's comment:

    Helo Pats fans,

    I have noticed repeatedly that the DB's very often do not even touch a silding WR, NOT a QB, ,opponent, who has not been knocked down and ,is allowed to get up and run. 

    In the Ram's game, T.Wilson after his Int. return side down without contact  and left the ball on the field , a LIVE Ball I think.

    The Rams could have picked that ball up, recovered ,and  advanced the ball.

    Why such a lack of knowledge, understanding of the game. Hi caoch!!




    If I remember the play right he slipped and part of his foot slide out of bounds during the return and the refs blew the whistle. I could be wrong and thinking of Dennards int but that's how I remember the play

     
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    If someone is touched before going down, is that play not over?

    FYI - he was touched before sliding last night..

     
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    the best instance of this was when Plaxico ( with Steelers ) made ding catch untouched than got up and spiked ball. Defense picked it up and some return. I am sure he thought it was a college rules.  But than again what Mensa would have a loaded pistol in his ( hers.. being PC ) sweatpants?

     
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    Re: T. Wilson & Pat's Db's

    In response to DavidSeattle's comment:

    Helo Pats fans,

    I have noticed repeatedly that the DB's very often do not even touch a silding WR, NOT a QB, ,opponent, who has not been knocked down and ,is allowed to get up and run. 

    In the Ram's game, T.Wilson after his Int. return side down without contact  and left the ball on the field , a LIVE Ball I think.

    The Rams could have picked that ball up, recovered ,and  advanced the ball.

    Why such a lack of knowledge, understanding of the game. Hi caoch!!



    I noticed Wilson do it against the Jets also. Someone ran over (I can't remember who) and touched the diving reciever. Wilson was clapping his hands together like he was upset with himself. The Jet reciever acted like he had been touched but i noticed the ref not blowing the play dead until the other Patrioted touched the reciever down.

     
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    If the ball carrier gives himself up, and goes down intentionally, the play is over; like taking a knee in the endzone.  I'm fairly sure on the play you're talking about, Wilson went down on purpose, to avoid the possibility of a fumble.  It was a heads-up play; end of game, no need to try to return the ball.

     
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    The player is "giving himself up" , the play is over then. I don't hear many whistles after those plays but that's why it's a dead ball.

     
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