Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

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    Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    Mayo stripped Rice of ball and knocked it out himself on Balt 15 yard line. Had Mayo managed to recover the ball thats at least a 10 point play, because that play was first one that ended in 93 yard baltimore drive for TD....vrs at least a Pats FG when already up 3-0

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    This forum is getting sillier and sillier. The guy forced a fumble close to the boundary, most--or at least half of footballs tend to bounce out of bounds in that situation. Saying he "pushed" it out of bounds is silly. That's just the way the ball bounced, and he didn't have a chance to get a good hold on it. I remember thinking I wished he could have grabbed it, or someone else could have, but the thought of blaming him for pushing it out of bounds never crossed my mind. It's kind of like the posters I've seen on here today blaming Ridley for fumbling the ball when he was knocked out cold. 

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    In response to ccsjl's comment:

    Mayo stripped Rice of ball and knocked it out himself on Balt 15 yard line. Had Mayo managed to recover the ball thats at least a 10 point play, because that play was first one that ended in 93 yard baltimore drive for TD....vrs at least a Pats FG when already up 3-0



    What part of being dominated do you NOT understand? That's what the experts have been saying all day today.

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    Mayo STINKS!!!!! VERY VERY VERY Overated Middle LB.

     

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    Yup it's all Mayo's fault. If it wasn't for that our offense may have scored 3 points in the second half instead of zero.

     
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    Play actually occurred on Baltimores 3rd posession of game with Pats up 3-0....drive ended up as a TD for Baltimore....

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    Maybe you can explain how in the course of under the 1/4 of a second from when the ball came out to where it hit Mayo (while falling mind you) that Mayo had the time to not just see the ball coming out but, then move his body in a way to prevent to ball from bounching off of it while falling, then prevent it from rolling the 3' from going out of bounds and towards the direction that Dennard was coming. Really while he was at it maybe he could have used his magical powers to instantly teleport infront of every receiver as Flacco was throwing the ball during the game. It's physics there was nothing Mayo could have done to prevent what happened from happening. Really this is what you are complaining about? Why don't we just ask why Brady didn't see the hand in front of him while in his motion to throw the ball that knocked it 30' into the air for someone to easily intercept it? He could have thrown it much softer in that time period and it wouldn't have deflected as far (this last part was sarcastic)

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    In response to PatsEng's comment:

    Maybe you can explain how in the course of under the 1/4 of a second from when the ball came out to where it hit Mayo (while falling mind you) that Mayo had the time to not just see the ball coming out but, then move his body in a way to prevent to ball from bounching off of it while falling, then prevent it from rolling the 3' from going out of bounds and towards the direction that Dennard was coming. Really while he was at it maybe he could have used his magical powers to instantly teleport infront of every receiver as Flacco was throwing the ball during the game. It's physics there was nothing Mayo could have done to prevent what happened from happening. Really this is what you are complaining about? Why don't we just ask why Brady didn't see the hand in front of him while in his motion to throw the ball that knocked it 30' into the air for someone to easily intercept it? He could have thrown it much softer in that time period and it wouldn't have deflected as far (this last part was sarcastic)




    Physics?  You bring physics into this argument?  Mayo was a liberal arts major - he didn't study physics, he should have made the play :).

     
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    I brought this up because here in Boston for 2 days the sports radio has been going on that the missed plays of the game were Welkers drops, the clock management to end the half. and the Brady piclks in 4th quarter. NOBODY mentioned this particular play....

     
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    Re: Mayo pushing Rices fumble out of bounds....10 point play at least...

    In response to ccsjl's comment:

    I brought this up because here in Boston for 2 days the sports radio has been going on that the missed plays of the game were Welkers drops, the clock management to end the half. and the Brady piclks in 4th quarter. NOBODY mentioned this particular play....



    because there was nothing the player could do. The drop passes the players could have affected, the poor clock management is something the coaches could have affected, Brady's pick well that's like Mayo's play just an unlucky bounce nothing could have been done there. But, trying to even question why Mayo didn't prevent the ball from going out of bounds is like saying why a guy didn't move as a bird 4' above his head pooped on him. Sometimes there is nothing to question because there is nothing you can do

     

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