Shouldn't it have been intentional grounding on Deshaun Watson? (1 Viewer)

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I think it was in the 3rd quarter sometime, on a 2nd and long. Watson was under pressure in the pocket and threw the ball away about 10 yards out of bounds nowhere near any WR. Shouldn't that have been intentional grounding? Did I miss something?
 

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I think it was in the 3rd quarter sometime, on a 2nd and long. Watson was under pressure in the pocket and threw the ball away about 10 yards out of bounds nowhere near any WR. Shouldn't that have been intentional grounding? Did I miss something?
Yeah, you missed the receiver. I thought the same thing but there was a receiver down the left sideline.
 

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it met all requirements for a throw away except he was in the pocket. that's is fine cuz the receiver was "close" but I was screaming throw the flag!!! until I saw the replay
 

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I thought so at first but a covered receiver was on the sideline - although the ball wasn't close to catchable. That ball skied over his head by 10' and landed 15 yards past him.
 

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