I have, elsewhere, and quite frivolously suggested that
find a human in the jaws of a dinosaur would put a dent
in evolutionary theory.
Logically, and seriously that isn't true ... unless this
was found consistently throughout the fossil record, and involved
many species not thought to co-exist.
It is not beyond the realms of possibility that some dinosaur
populations existed long after we think they were extinct (examples
of living fossils have been known). Nor is it beyond the
realms of possibility that large land-reptiles existed during
the time of early man for which there are no, as yet, found
remains. New species of dinosuar are uncovered as we search out
fossils, just as new living creatures are discovered as we
explore the previously inaccessible locales on earth.
Dragons are a global feature of mythology ... perhaps there is
substance to the old stories ... and man made them extinct because
they were a theat to his survival.
Perhaps, perhaps ....
What type of dinosaur made the footprints in question ?
How do we know that it wasn't one of the gigantic predatory
bird thingy's that used to roam the americas (or a survived
colony of such) etc. etc. etc.
The forests of america are still, largely unexplored aren't they ?
The DATA (at face value) suggests that a human and a dinosuar-footed
creature existed around the same time period.
Possible explanation:: Humans and a form of dinosaur co-existed.
Conclusion:: 1) Some dino-like species did not become extinct until after man existed.
Possible explanation:: The tracks were made at different times.
not a geologist so cannot go further with that one.
Nothing about the tracks impacts evolution/creation debate, only
the dates when different critters existed.