Renaldo Hill Be Thanked: Denver Broncos Safety Sparks New York Jets Win

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By David Serraro
For a split second, it looked like the New York Jets were going to fall short at Mile High.
Down 20-17 to the Denver Broncos, with slightly over one minute remaining in the game, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw up a prayer on 4th-and-6, only to watch it fall short of the intended receiver Santonio Holmes.  The Denver crowd went wild, thinking their team sealed the victory. 
However, field judge Gary Cavaletto responded by spoiling the party. Cavaletto threw a flag for pass interference on Broncos defensive back Renaldo Hill. Hill, on the coverage, got his fingers caught in the helmet of Holmes, twisting the receiver’s head and causing the foul. It was a 46-yard penalty that set the Jets up at the Broncos two-yard line.
If that didn’t suck the air out of an enraged Denver crowd, Jets running back LaDanian Tomlinson sure put the nail in the coffin. Immediately following the play, Tomlinson ran for his second rushin...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments