Sparano is obviously responsible for play calling, but does Pennington have the ability to audible? How much freedom does he have to change the play. I know the announcers suggested that Pennington saw an all out blitz and changed the play at the line of scrimmage to a Ronnie Brown run up the middle on the 3rd and 5 call with around 5mins to play. Also the two minute drill. It's gotta be almost impossible to coach that poorly. That has to be failure to execute. I seems if Pennington gets rattled this team collapses. For the final two minutes, it seemed as if we were playing Atlanta again. I wish I knew who choked, Pennington or Sparano. Is it even possible to tell? BTW, all this is moot if Ted Ginn makes a very common reception in the end-zone. Any insight?