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Old 09-25-2012, 11:30 AM   #196
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Kyle Shanahan chases officiating crew down stadium tunnel, throws F-bombs their way | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:34 AM   #197
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This didn't get a flag either............out of control.
Im good with this one, no flag imo. I think the ref actually should have pulled a Smokey, stood over him and said "You got knocked the f*ck out!"
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This didn't get a flag either............out of control.
Shoulder pad hit the number, nothing wrong here. The defender is trying to tackle the runner. This is a good no call.
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Im good with this one, no flag imo. I think the ref actually should have pulled a Smokey, stood over him and said "You got knocked the f*ck out!"


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Shoulder pad hit the number, nothing wrong here. The defender is trying to tackle the runner. This is a good no call.
Not sure if serious. He's clearly leading with his helmet and coming up under his chin. Flag and fine.
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You have to be kidding me, he leads with the helmet, makes no attempt to get low, and thrusts his helmet upwards under his chin, that is one of the most dangerous hits you can make in football, talk about defenseless. Running with a full head of steam, and having someone do that to you. just look at how his left arm reacts to the hit.

BTW, he got fined 35k for the hit I believe. So much for the clean hit theory. I do understand its a cowboy on the receiving end, lol, but that doesnt make it right.
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No sir it is not imho.
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i just saw the play from last night, what are these ref's smoking?
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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.
Right before the hit to Hey-Bey, some other Raiders receiver got slammed with a helmet-to-helmet hit. I am sure this is a situation where a thrown flag would have in some way prevented any other helmet-to-helmet hits, like the one to Hey-Bey.
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I haven't confirmed myself but that famous former-Lingerie League ref was working last night.

Source: Radio report claiming the Lingerie League themselves were stating this.


Crazy...one ref was signally no TD and the other signaled TD, standing right beside each other!


If this doesn't move things forward FAST, we'll know the NFL doesn't care.
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Right before the hit to Hey-Bey, some other Raiders receiver got slammed with a helmet-to-helmet hit. I am sure this is a situation where a thrown flag would have in some way prevented any other helmet-to-helmet hits, like the one to Hey-Bey.
Streater...he was down for a while too.
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You have to be kidding me, he leads with the helmet, makes no attempt to get low, and thrusts his helmet upwards under his chin, that is one of the most dangerous hits you can make in football, talk about defenseless. Running with a full head of steam, and having someone do that to you. just look at how his left arm reacts to the hit.

BTW, he got fined 35k for the hit I believe. So much for the clean hit theory. I do understand its a cowboy on the receiving end, lol, but that doesnt make it right.
Actually from that animation you posted, it appeared the helmet didn't hit the chin but right between the numbers. However, it's the angle I'm looking at it from. I'm sure if I saw the hit from the side, I could tell if it hit the chin.
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