Originally posted on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 1/1/12

MIAMI - SEPTEMBER 21: Defensive end Randy Starks #94 of the Miami Dolphins celebrates with teammates after a PAT after a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts at Land Shark Stadium on September 21, 2009 in Miami, Florida. The Colts defeated the Dolphins 27-23. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)
Have you ever seen the Buffalo Wild Wings commercial where the sprinklers trip the players allowing the game tying touchdown so they can stay longer at the bar? Well, Buffalo Wild Wings may have been at it again as Randy Starks of the Miami Dolphins intercepted a Mark Sanchez pass and when running in for a touchdown tripped. Teammates of Starks are already taking jabs at him. Defensive end Randy Starks isn’t used to picking off passes but against Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets he had a career day picking off two passes and keeping the Jets from the playoffs. Todd Bowles joked, “Randy got two picks, he might be at left corner(back) next year … if he could drop about 10 pounds and finish the play.” Before Sunday, Starks only had one career interception but needs to work on his ball carrying skills. He was looking side-to-side,” safety Yeremiah Bell said. “I don’t know how he was running forward. That’s fun to see, you see a big guy eating up those yards like that so we made a big joke about it … We have to give him some lessons. We’ve got to back to the tape. [...]
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