Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by patsfan579, Nov 18, 2007.
Do you think he has any impact on the game? Either Special teams or WR
he'll get a pass from Cassell..IM SO ******* EXCITED owooooooooowooooooooo
he'll play ST as well.
End around. Moss will clear out the safety and the DB on a crossing route off that side of the field and cj will explode for 35 yds +.
Time stamp this prediction.
i predict a WR reverse and him running out of the stadium like he said
i hope jackson plays a few snaps on offense... we need to know what he is made of...
I thought we settled that last year.... Glass!
Why is a spike to stop the clock not intentional grounding? They are inside the tackle box and they are not throwing at a receiver or over the line of scrimmage? Random questions I dont know the answer to.
What if ...........He plays good and turns out to be a good receiver?
I hope he catches a few balls ... why not Stallworth won't be here next year anyways.
Why not, against an inferior team............ It's a perfect time to see how he has progressed.
Wrong thread, but still worth an answer: to quote the NFL rulebook under intentional grounding (p. 56):
"Note 3: A player under center is permitted to stop the game clock legally to save time if immediately upon receiving the snap he begins a continuous throwing motion and throws the ball directly forward into the ground."
That's interesting because that raises another question. That rule states that immediately spiking the ball is ok. However, I saw Clemens drop back and decide no one was open so he pretty much just threw it into the ground.
I've seen Brady do this as well. I think it was against the Redskins that Brady stepped up, couldn't find anyone and essentially spiked it. Wonder what the deal is?
Whoa, whoa, whoa. What one second here. I thought Chad Jackson was masturbating? I'm confused.
...and apparently Chris Hansen is inactive
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