610 Wip

December 14, 2010 by staff 

610 Wip, Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, Jorrick Calvin caught a kickoff in the end zone with 4:22 left in the game. We all saw him running in the back, trying to kill time after hours.

It seemed like a smart game, except that the clock does not start on a kickoff until the ball carrier leaves the end zone. Thus, Calvin came across of not knowing the rules and he looked a bit stupid. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth were among those who thought he was wrong.

However, Andy Reid has said in his weekly radio show on WIP with Howard Eskin 610 Calvin was actually responsible for running there.

“He was told to do,” said Reid.

Here we are all laughing at Calvin (in an eye-roll kind of way), and has been coach. But why?

Reid said that the Cowboys are known to pull a little on the cover, because the explosions David Buehler as the back of the endzone they just assume it will happen all the time. Thus, Calvin was told to do to make the Cowboys complete coverage instantly.

Now, as Alan Ball hitting him in the head and get a 15-yard penalty? Andy said it was in fact not part of the plan.

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