It's not like he was even going straight across the middle, it was a deep ball he wasnt even going to get hit head on. You have to atleast try to go for the ball so you can get a pass interference penalty, just unexcusable.
Dec 14 Pinkston, who appeared to have short-armed a pass attempt to avoid contact on the first play of Sunday's game against the Redkins, actually just lost the ball in the lights, the Buck County Courier Times reports. Recommendation: "He's been hit harder than anybody," head coach Andy Reid said. "It's not a matter of him being afraid of anybody." Pinkston currently leads the NFC in yards-per-catch with an 18.9 average.