A sub-optimal or imprecise pass, usually in football, which leaves the intended receiver at high risk of injury due to the fact that in order to successfully receive, he must extend himself, while at the same time, the opposing player has a chance of intercepting the pass if he lunges in. Thus the lunging tackle coupled with the fact that the intended receiver is not in the best position to avoid or ride the tackle makes the possibility of injury quite high.
Commentator #1: Oh, he's sold Ramsey a bit short there. That's a bit of a hospital pass I'm afraid
Commentator #2: ...and in comes Shawcross....
Both Commentators: Ooooooohhhh!
Commentator #1: We're going to need a stretcher
Commentator #2: I think I'm going to be sick...
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