Ian Book’s second career pass goes for pick-six

Miami Dolphins v New Orleans Saints
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Rookie Ian Book‘s NFL debut is going as expected.

The fourth-round draft pick completed his first pass for 4 yards, but facing a third-and-three at his own 23 on the next snap, the Dolphins brought pressure.

Book tried to hit Lil'Jordan Humphrey in the flat.

Andrew Van Ginkel tipped the pass at the line, the 20th tipped pass at the line of scrimmage for the Dolphins this season. That leads the league.

Nik Needham had an easy interception and nobody in front of him, running 28 yards for a touchdown.

The Dolphins lead 7-0.

The Saints are playing their fourth quarterback of the season with Jameis Winston (knee) on injured reserve and Taysom Hill and Trevor Siemian on the COVID-19 reserve list.

4 responses to “Ian Book’s second career pass goes for pick-six

  1. Microcosm of saints season. Began with foolish choice of Winston as qb on a cap depleted team. Thanks for the help Thomas. Still took 22 player covid game for final nail though.

  2. It’s almost the USFL.

    Dude looked like a below average high school qb out there more than a few times.

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