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Old 02-04-2013, 11:50 AM   #241
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The last play had no time because someone came through the line untouched.
Yeah, just saw that also. Throw wasn't great then from the blitz. I was just focusing on the crabtree/smith part. Crabtree doesn't do much except run right into Smith.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:21 PM   #242
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A very good break down of the endzone play with Crabtree. You can see him clearly pushing off on Smith as well so I'll have to stand with it being a good no-call in that situation.


I like what this one 49ers fan said.

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There was contact from both guys, and the call could've gone either way, I have no problem with the no call. I'm more upset with the play calling - We had 4 chances inside the 10 yard line, we have one of the best running offenses in the league, and Ngata was hurt. Run the damn ball!
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A very good break down of the endzone play with Crabtree. You can see him clearly pushing off on Smith as well so I'll have to stand with it being a good no-call in that situation.
Clearly contact from both guys involved, and the ball wasn't even catchable which probably played into the refs thinking. Good non-call.
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Re: Ravens v. Niners Super Bowl Thread

Jim Harbaugh definition of "class and grace" is weird. Him and Bill Belicheat must have similar definitions of the words.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:39 PM   #245
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Of all people, 49er fans (especially that bitch Jim Harbaugh) should stop talking about a missed call. Last I recall, didn't they win the NFC championship game on this 4th down play?

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[QUOTE=NC_Skins;992932]Of all people, 49er fans (especially that bitch Jim Harbaugh) should stop talking about a missed call. Last I recall, didn't they win the NFC championship game on this 4th down play?

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Around here they still complain about the 24-21 loss in the championship game, they claim Ronnie Lott didn't interfere with Monk. That's the day i started hating the niners, Randy Cross talking shit about the smurfs, etc.
You have to admit, some of those calls were a little weak. lol.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:06 PM   #248
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It was the play calling to not run with either Gore or Kap keeping it at least once in the four tries was just plain dumb. Especially Ngata out; what a damn no brainier.
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Of all people, 49er fans (especially that bitch Jim Harbaugh) should stop talking about a missed call. Last I recall, didn't they win the NFC championship game on this 4th down play?

Whit runs hos route right where Bowman is standing. It's football, people to make contact with one another. That play was a good no call.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:13 PM   #250
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Re: Ravens v. Niners Super Bowl Thread

Another reason to appreciate John Harbaugh is how brilliantly he coached the safety play. Not only was it the right call, but it was executed perfectly with shrewd coaching, running the clock all the way down the four seconds.

I'm positive Harbaugh told all his players to hold the 49ers defenders and there were at least 4-5 holding penalties that should have been called on the Ravens (including at least on blatent tackle), but since they would only have resulted in a safety (which was the goal anyway) and not any change to the kicking position, the holds effectively ran about five extra seconds off the clock and kept the 49ers from running an offensive play.

Brilliant call by a coach who knows his stuff.

Someone else who agrees already put the play to music:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSXShuFueII
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Jim Harbaugh definition of "class and grace" is weird. Him and Bill Belicheat must have similar definitions of the words.
Yeah, I'm not a Jim Harbaugh fan because he so often acts in such classless ways.
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Of all people, 49er fans (especially that bitch Jim Harbaugh) should stop talking about a missed call. Last I recall, didn't they win the NFC championship game on this 4th down play?

Good no-call, like the SB 4th down.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:34 PM   #253
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2 flags during play on ravens and 2 on 49ers. I don't think they called definaive holding once. I love when refs let them play. Blaming the refs means you lost
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Also anyone notice that everytime 49ers ran read option Suggs was hitting kapernick. It wasn't working all that well till Ngata got injured and then gore carved them up
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Another reason to appreciate John Harbaugh is how brilliantly he coached the safety play. Not only was it the right call, but it was executed perfectly with shrewd coaching, running the clock all the way down the four seconds.

I'm positive Harbaugh told all his players to hold the 49ers defenders and there were at least 4-5 holding penalties that should have been called on the Ravens (including at least on blatent tackle), but since they would only have resulted in a safety (which was the goal anyway) and not any change to the kicking position, the holds effectively ran about five extra seconds off the clock and kept the 49ers from running an offensive play.

Brilliant call by a coach who knows his stuff.

Someone else who agrees already put the play to music:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSXShuFueII
It kind of reminds me of the play from the Replacements when the Washington team just flat laid into every member of the Dallas team. In the movies the refs were like: Personal foul on 10, 12,18,30 46 etc. Was hilarious

But to the point of this thread, how was no flag thrown on that? I get that it doesn't change anything, but several yellow flags should have come out.
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