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Old 02-04-2013, 10:12 AM   #211
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I think thats a great play to jar the ball lose. I dont see anything wrong with that play.
Nothing wrong w/ this play at all. Great play by Reed. Reed was all over the place last night. Good to see him get a ring.
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:22 AM   #212
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Nothing wrong w/ this play at all. Great play by Reed. Reed was all over the place last night. Good to see him get a ring.
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Nothing wrong w/ this play at all. Great play by Reed. Reed was all over the place last night. Good to see him get a ring.
Sorry, I said Reed, it wasn't. As for a great play, I dunno, I thought you can't lead to the helmet of a defenseless receiver which is what I believe Crabtree was, otherwise it should have been a fumble out of bounds, not incomplete.

I am willing to bet that 22 sees a fine come his way for that one.
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I really didn't have a big problem with the refs, I thought they let a little too much go but at the same time they called it fairly evenly for both sides. They let them play for the most part.
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Sorry, I said Reed, it wasn't. As for a great play, I dunno, I thought you can't lead to the helmet of a defenseless receiver which is what I believe Crabtree was, otherwise it should have been a fumble out of bounds, not incomplete.

I am willing to bet that 22 sees a fine come his way for that one.
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The refs did a great job. They did not call anything unless it was obvious. Which is how it should be. I hate when refs aren't sure but they throw the flag anyway. You see the ref look right at crabtree and Smith battling, Crabtree was engaging with Smith just as much as Crabtree was. I would have hated to see the same result of the Miami OSU national Championship game. SF played dirty and so did Baltimore. Refs let it go and let the players play. The best official is the quiet one. Going down 28-6 is what lost the game.
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Lmao Skip bayless is a bum.. whenever he picks a game and he losses he always says he got robbed lol
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The refs did a great job. They did not call anything unless it was obvious. Which is how it should be. I hate when refs aren't sure but they throw the flag anyway. You see the ref look right at crabtree and Smith battling, Crabtree was engaging with Smith just as much as Crabtree was. I would have hated to see the same result of the Miami OSU national Championship game. SF played dirty and so did Baltimore. Refs let it go and let the players play. The best official is the quiet one. Going down 28-6 is what lost the game.
I agree about that, and honestly, no power outage, and I think that game remains a blowout. Imagine the crying that Bmore fans would be doing if they lost after the power outage. Might even be worse then them winning it.
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I really didn't have a big problem with the refs, I thought they let a little too much go but at the same time they called it fairly evenly for both sides. They let them play for the most part.
I agree. Let them play. As long as they are calling the same game both ways. Which they were. Like the Seattle Redskins game. Physical play in the secondary. Let them play.
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The refs did a great job. They did not call anything unless it was obvious. Which is how it should be. I hate when refs aren't sure but they throw the flag anyway. You see the ref look right at crabtree and Smith battling, Crabtree was engaging with Smith just as much as Crabtree was. I would have hated to see the same result of the Miami OSU national Championship game. SF played dirty and so did Baltimore. Refs let it go and let the players play. The best official is the quiet one. Going down 28-6 is what lost the game.
Exactly. However I did think the call on Akers was a flat out joke. The refs have to be able to see that the kicker is over acting there. That gave SF 3 points.
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I to thought the refs called one of the better game i have seen them call in some time. They even let a few punches fly without throwing a flag. I know I saw 4 or 5 times where they could have thrown a flag but they let the players play. Great game all around and my dad wo $1000 in his pool when the score went to 31/29. If the game would have ended at that score he would have won another 15 grand.
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Jims pretty rough on his headset. I bet San Fran would like their first play of the game on offense back. Huge gain to Davis, but they had him covered up.
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Whine, whine, whiners!! Love it!! They all stopped talking shit, a little humilty goes a long way.
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I also find it ashame the poor choice they had for comercials and half time for a family event.

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