After the Miami Dolphins' Monday Night Football loss against the Indianapolis Colts, there are a lot of good points to build off of, but there are also some major problems on the team. Among those glaring problems was Ted Ginn, Jr.'s inability to make a big play when he was needed most. Late in the fourth quarter, quarterback Chad Pennington threw the ball to Ginn in the end zone, who was only in single coverage. The ball was perfectly placed and it hit Ginn right in the hands, but it bounced right out for an incompletion. Every receiver is taught that whenever the football touches your hand, you should catch it. Ginn didn't, and it cost Miami the game. Since the beginning of last season, everyone has been watching Ginn to see if he can develop into the star r ...
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