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I didn’t see three drops Dan Leberfeld

If Jerricho Cotchery had three drops against Green Bay, I must have been watching the wrong game.

The interception wasn’t a drop, it was either a bad call, or a case of a defensive back winning a tug-of-war.

On another play, Cotchery got torpedoed in the back by safety Charlie Peprah. It was kind of like how Braylon Edwards got hit last year against Jacksonville on a two-point conversion by safety Reggie Nelson. I don’t consider either play a drop.

The play on the sideline, when he was attempting to get both feet in bounds, I do consider a drop.

That pass in end zone, thrown into a lot of traffic, I don’t consider a drop.

So I count one drop.