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Old 09-24-2012, 07:52 AM   #181
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I don't understand how coaches like Belicheat and even our own Shanny don't take the complaints to their owners and ask for the ref lockout to end.
I've thought that coaches must be doing that but owners must not be listening. But who knows.
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:59 AM   #182
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After no flag on that DHB hit, and that letter being made public, Id wager we'll see the replacement refs back either next week or the week after. This has got to stop.
The play before, Streater took a headshot and was down for a while.

The dirty teams like the Steelers and Rams are pushing the limits with these replacement refs. They're testing them to see what they're able to get away with, disregarding what the rules say. They might get fined later but during the game, if it's helping them win, they'll still do it.

It's putting players at risk. There's nothing resembling safety in the league as long as the replacement refs are here.
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The refs aren't "allowing them to play", they simply don't know how to correctly call an NFL game.

Big difference.
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The refs aren't "allowing them to play", they simply don't know how to correctly call an NFL game.

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Exactly. And this hit isn't "allowing them to play" it's dangerous and dirty and exactly the kind of potentially life altering shot the the NFL claims it's trying to eliminate. To not even throw a flag here is completely inexcusable.


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From this angle, it looks like Baltimore missed that FG Sunday night, and Ravens fans say as much at the end of the video: barstoolsports.com viva la stool Missed Field Goal - YouTube
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From this angle, it looks like Baltimore missed that FG Sunday night, and Ravens fans say as much at the end of the video: barstoolsports.com viva la stool Missed Field Goal - YouTube
perspective is screwed up in that video. You need to see a side shot, along with that one to actually position the ball the moment it is in the plane of the goal post.

For me though with the advancement of photography, it seems like every goal post ought to have 2 cameras with a wide angle lens and a circle of the post overlaid on it. In this case you could frame by frame it, and see how the ball crosses. I would hope that if it was so wide as to not be in the video, then the refs could make the call. But that might be hoping too much.
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Exactly. And this hit isn't "allowing them to play" it's dangerous and dirty and exactly the kind of potentially life altering shot the the NFL claims it's trying to eliminate. To not even throw a flag here is completely inexcusable.



A few months ago we were having a discussion on here about ST21 and how we wont see another vicious hitter like him anymore because of all the player safety rules. But I was thinking this morning that if ST21 was still alive he would be an absolute nightmare for NFL teams with the kind of hitting the replacement refs are allowing.
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A few months ago we were having a discussion on here about ST21 and how we wont see another vicious hitter like him anymore because of all the player safety rules. But I was thinking this morning that if ST21 was still alive he would be an absolute nightmare for NFL teams with the kind of hitting the replacement refs are allowing.
Take a look at the YouTube videos of Sean, and while he was a devastating hitter, he was not a head hunter. Almost all of his greatest hits were led by a shoulder to the sternum, with my all time favorite being the hit on Patrick Crayton at the end of the Monday Night Miracle in Dallas (should have been ruled a fumble!!!)
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Take a look at the YouTube videos of Sean, and while he was a devastating hitter, he was not a head hunter. Almost all of his greatest hits were led by a shoulder to the sternum, with my all time favorite being the hit on Patrick Crayton at the end of the Monday Night Miracle in Dallas (should have been ruled a fumble!!!)
Good point. And yes it was a fumble.
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Just heard Clay Matthews posted Roger Goodell's phone number on facebook lmao
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Exactly. And this hit isn't "allowing them to play" it's dangerous and dirty and exactly the kind of potentially life altering shot the the NFL claims it's trying to eliminate. To not even throw a flag here is completely inexcusable.


To me this is a clean hard hit and the defender seperates the ball from the wr. It's violent but just cause it's violent doesn't mean it's dirty.
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that is a helmet to helmet hit, he put his head down and launched up. Dirty and unnecessary.

PS- The way the defender acted after the hit is inexcusable as well. Just that should get his ass a huge fine, just for being a fukkin jerk.
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Exactly. And this hit isn't "allowing them to play" it's dangerous and dirty and exactly the kind of potentially life altering shot the the NFL claims it's trying to eliminate. To not even throw a flag here is completely inexcusable.


That gif doesn't show the best angle. From the back it looks clean. I can't copy the gif but

Why The Replacement Refs Are Horrible And Dangerous, In One GIF

has the view from the front and to me it looks a little incidental that the top of #29's helmet hits Hey-Bey's chin. Still unfortunate nevertheless and I'm glad he's okay.
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This didn't get a flag either............out of control.
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