Sure 6 seconds is enough. Run a corner route, a 12 yard out, heck, a slant or pop pass. 10 more yards and we have a fantastic shot of winning that game. I think that is what they were planning on doing with the play the called, but Baldwin executed it terribly.
As far as the actual last play, Wilson wasn't pressured. He just didn't wait for his guys to get down the field. I would bet the average time a QB holds onto the ball on a hail mary is 3 seconds longer, which is a decade in football terms. He didn't give them a shot.
If a guy falls down in the end zone involuntarily, is the ball automatically considered to be downed? Julio caught the ball, fell to the ground, and flipped the ball a few feet away. He wasn't touched and made no attempt to down the ball on a knee or anything.
"So between my friends and I we have been at every home game to date this year, and we have all been plotting the offensive plays called. " ------Anthony!