The Dolphins’ goose was basically cooked Sunday after a fourth-down pass to Jarvis Landry was ruled incomplete. But both at the time and an hour later in the locker room, Landry was adamant that Adam Gase should have challenged the call; if ruled complete, the pass would have given the Dolphins a first down. The problem: The play probably would not have been overturned, as there was no conclusive evidence that Landry caught the ball. Still, the risk was worth the reward in Landry’s mind.
'We didn't have sh-- to lose.' Landry disagrees with Gase’s late-game decision
Miami Herald | Nov 27