Eagles-Lions Preview: The Rebirth of Vick (Cool Like Dat)

September 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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Philadelphia at Detroit (+3) Head trauma is all the rage in Philly, with Kevin Kolb and Stewart Bradley suffering concussions last week against the Packers.
But heads are spinning in Detroit as well after Calvin Johnson's apparent touchdown catch was nullified by the correct (but wrong) interpretation of a rule that clearly needs, ironically, further review.
"If you look closely at the replay," said Jim Schwartz, "you'll see Calvin catch the ball with two hands, with two feet inbounds before falling, where two knees, his rear end, and elbow, and one hand land inbounds. What more does he need? If there would have been any other body part involved, he would have been charged with indecent exposure."
I certainly feel for Calvin. Much like Javon Walker a few years ago, he was robbed. But I suspect "Megatron" will take it in stride. He's been screwed before, like on Draft Day 2007.
Since Kolb is not cleared to play on ...

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