Daily Haze: Miami’s Two-Minute Drill

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Michael McNeil in NFL
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Anyone stay up for the ending of the Miami-Indianapolis game last night? Worst two-minute drill ever. Chad Pennington and the Dolphins’ offense are not really suited for fast football. I swear I have never seen a team so lazy and slow to the ball after each play in such a crucial spot. Ironically, Miami did have a chance to win the game on a couple occasions. The first came on a deep ball from Pennington to Ted Ginn. The ball hit Ginn in the hands—both of them—five yards deep in the endzone but he failed to hold on despite a favorable single-coverage match up. Ginn then converted a fourth down play to give Miami one more heave into into the endzone, which was picked off by the Colts’ defense. All-in-all, a sloppy, preseason-esque two-minute drill from the Dolphins, ...

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