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Old 10-02-2011, 07:54 PM   #181
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To the refs credit it's a hard call. Basically Cruz went down on his own, got back up, and decided not to hang onto the ball. He wasn't down, so therefore it should've been a fumble, that the Cards recovered. Instead they ruled that he was down, or something along those lines that retained possession of the ball for the Giants.
Just saw the highlight there, that was a BS call. Giants got lucky.
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:05 PM   #182
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on that cruz play, just saw it myself on the highlights. the refs said "he gave himself up" which means hes down. the az coach was told by the refs he couldnt challenge it.

i think they had peter king on as their expert who said a runner "gives himself up when he slides or...gives himself up"?

either way, seems to be a bad call b/c cruz caught it on the ground then got up and tried to run for a few yards then went back on the ground untouched in a fetile position then got back up dropping the ball . . .i believe "giving himself up" would have been if when he made a sliding catch then deciding not to get back up but he did . . .seems like a bad call all around

personally never heard of "giving himself up" as applied to a receiver, only a qb in the process of doing a slide where the ball comes loose during the process of the slide
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:07 PM   #183
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on that cruz play, just saw it myself on the highlights. the refs said "he gave himself up" which means hes down. the az coach was told by the refs he couldnt challenge it.

i think they had peter king on as their expert who said a runner "gives himself up when he slides or...gives himself up"?

either way, seems to be a bad call b/c cruz caught it on the ground then got up and tried to run for a few yards then went back on the ground untouched in a fetile position then got back up dropping the ball . . .i believe "giving himself up" would have been if when he made a sliding catch then deciding not to get back up but he did . . .seems like a bad call all around

personally never heard of "giving himself up" as applied to a receiver, only a qb in the process of doing a slide where the ball comes loose during the process of the slide
Ah, right, "giving himself up." Dumb call. He got up, he wasn't down, ball came out.

Do plays get stopped when 2 teams stand around while the ball is live on the field? Dumb call by the refs.
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Sliding as a WR?????? Ok
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:09 PM   #185
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Bobby Carpenter scored a Touchdown against Dallas? Isn't that the guy they said was to soft?

They drafted him pretty high too. Out of Ohio, I believe.
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they drafted him pretty high too. Out of ohio, i believe.
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:18 PM   #188
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Megatron is on track to obliterate Randy's single-season record for receiving TDs - he's got 8 TDs in 4 games which, if he continues at that blistering pace, would result in 32 TDs in one season which is ridiculous
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They drafted him pretty high too. Out of Ohio, I believe.
2nd round I do believe. Nice to see him making impact plays against his former team.
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If I'm not mistaken, he's in the same class as Rocky.
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Hmm, I wonder what happens when you anger or blow off The Jerruh.
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If I'm not mistaken, he's in the same class as Rocky.
I don't think you are mistaken. It's actually ironic in that Rocky was drafted to play OLB in a 4-3, while Bobby was drafted to play ILB in a 3-4. Now Bobby is playing OLB in a 4-3 in Detroit while Rocky is playing ILB in a 3-4. And I was actually wrong, Carpenter was drafted 18th overall in the 1st, and we took Rocky with the 3rd pick in the 2nd round.
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LOL, Deion saying he is sick and tired of Tony Romo. Pure gold.
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LOL, Deion saying he is sick and tired of Tony Romo. Pure gold.
LOL you watchin highlights on NFLN too? Classic. One week he's Midwest Jesus, the next it's "idk if he has what it takes to succeed."
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LOL you watchin highlights on NFLN too? Classic. One week he's Midwest Jesus, the next it's "idk if he has what it takes to succeed."
I thank the streamer, whoever he is. That just made my day.
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