Green told the team's official website that he watched his dropped touchdown pass about 20 times on his iPad on the team's day off. "I don't like to drop anything. Once it hits my hand, I figure I've got to catch everything," Green said. "It was good to get back out there and catch some balls [Sunday], just to get it out of my mind. It's still in the back of my mind."
Perhaps Green was just stunned that he was so open against Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. On second-and-goal, Green ran free of Revis on a slant route for what should have been an easy touchdown catch.
"I just have to be able to finish, right?" Green said. "It was a great ball. It hit me right in the hands."