- Jul 9, 2014
Alright, I was laughing when I first saw the plat at :34. After watching it again, he actually comes off the WR and goes to the ball. He wasn't beaten as badly as I first thought. Catch the very beginning and you see he is with the WR, but backs off to play the ball. I swear, I thought he was beaten badly, but take a closer look. He actually makes a play on the ball while the WR is running away from it. He played the ball, the WR did not.