No beating the refs, 21 points handed to them. The NFL should be embarrassed how blatant this is.
You can't win in that stadium, they have mics and cameras everywhere.
This thread title is a direct quote from today's officials.
Originally Posted by LOSman WINSOriginally Posted by Prov401Originally Posted by better days
Uncatchable balls called PIs?
Illegal contact also called a PI?
Pisses me off.
There's battle lines being drawn...Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
We better stop...Hey, what's that sound? Everybody look - what's going down?
At least call it both ways...
Over thinking, over analyzing, separates the body from the mind.
this is comical how bad the calls are.
**** the refs
The way this game has been officiated so far has been criminal.
The Green Bay/Seattle MNF game thinks something was screwy about this game.
"Let me give you some advice, bastard. Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor and it can never be used to hurt you."
-Tyrion Lannister to Jon Snow, "Game of Thrones"
i'm so glad those replacement officials are gone they were so bad that... wait a minute... that's a week 10 game?!
Anyone who thought the real refs would be better then the replacements needs to be slapped up along side the head with this game tape.
I agree, this was the worst officiated game I've seen in a while. Even the broadcast team was incredulous. They did get a few calls right. . . when it favored the Patriots.
I've made up my mind. Don't confuse me with the facts.
A wise man doesn't waste effort telling the world he's wise. If it's true, it will be self-evident.
What hurts the most is when this happens on an divisional match up.
i wonder why NE gets all the Free Agents at a discount
Agent: Hey player X, want to win a championship with minimal effort? you'll be treated on a higher level than the other 31 teams. Take 10% less, win all the time.
Player: ok. so i can suck and the refs will just cover that up
Agent: they are the means to making it better, but it is a league mandate.
Player: ok, sign me up.