Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Cowboys&LakersFan, Sep 24, 2012.
You are morally compromised. Good for you.
nfl players react on twitter to the Seattle game.
These games are a joke.
Yeeeee! Score 1 for the Good Guys. Way to Go Stripes! Always good seeing a fellow WR get credit for a TD.......ON A INTERCEPTION. Yesss
Seattle u can't feel good about tht win... Because y'all really lost... The refs give y'all the game...
U can't even be truly happy as a player to win in such a cheating fashion. Sum funky wins u take but this ain't them kind. Pay the real refs
WOW!!! What a game!! Love our guys for battling all the way to the end and never giving up! #Seahawks
Great example! Or the Brady fumble against the Raiders in the playoff game. The regular refs are every bit as bad but when you've got enough people complaining, everyone just follows along like a bunch of sheep.
I agree. And Gruden would not stop complaining about it. They know its good for ratings so they continuously talk bad about the refs.
Everything they do is magnified. They did have some questionable calls last night but the regular refs usually do as well. Only difference is the announcers won't let it go with the replacements like they do with the regular officials. This leads to fans and others in the media beating a dead horse.
Gruden said they blew two calls (pass interference and the td) on the last drive to give the seahawks the game. Well last time i checked the pass interference came up the 2nd to last drive and they did not get any points.
Its almost as if the media gets a cut of the contract the regular refs are trying to ink.
I'm just glad GB lost...I hate those *****es
Why does any Cowboy Fan give a crap about the Green Bay Packers getting screwed?
seattle is a good physical football team that tried to dominate both the cowboys and packers
if you watched both games and think the way we responded is in anyway similar to how the packers did, then that is blindness no one can cure because it is self inflicted
becasue there is a good chance we will be fighting for a wild card spot and seattle may well be the team we are competing with so i would like them to have a worse record than we do
I agree it was a bad call but what really cost GB was getting outplayed for the majority of the game. A game most said would not even be a contest. No excuse for the bad call but GB not being able to make plays is what cost them.
Ref did a poor job throughout the game there were flags on ticky tac fouls and no flags on some obvious fouls. I have not seen as many flags being thown around the NFL as I have up to this point. One thing for sure the regular refs in the NFL are looking damn good right now hope they get back soon.
if the team with 12 points "was not able to make plays" what would you say about the team that had 7 points?
how would you factor in the fact that the same team scored 27 points against our defense? does this mean our defense is really bad?
GB was making enough plays, made necessary adjustments, and should have won the game
our team, in the same situation, not so much
Sure I would. Dallas had way too many dropped passes in that game that were very costly. As for the defense they did not give up 27 special teams gave up 10 of those points. I make no excuse for the Cowboys play vs Seattle. As I said after the game Dallas played right into the strenght of the Seahawks and in doing that Seattle never had to go away from what they do best which is run the ball. The plays were there for the taking Dallas (Dez and Witten) flat out dropped some balls that killed drives.
Probably because they are fans of football.
Having endings like this makes the game look like crap.
Oh, and these same guys could ref a Dallas game.
The ending was just part of it, they are throwing flags right and left though out the league right now. You got to let the players play, if all the game becomes are long stoppage and flags dictating the game people get bored with it.
Skip Bayless just made an excellent point. Because the refs cannot overturn the possession of the ball, the refs could only review to see if the ball hit the ground or not. That means that as long as somebody catches the ball, then the call must stay as called. Even if replay reveals that Golden Tate never even landed a finger on the ball, he would still get credit for the TD catch if it was intercepted and the refs called it a TD on the field.
this is wrong, two refs called two different things at the exact same time so in that instance it goes to replay to determine who is right.
and just so people know, the ref that called it a touchdown was a JUCO and high school basketball ref and the ref that signaled touch back was a D-1 college football ref
So much for sarcasm, you have one of the NFL AM hosts saying on NFL Network right now that Tate had partial control and that it is not as cut and dried as fans think...unreal
That's not the way it works though. There can't be two official calls made; one has to be made official before going to the replay, and the official call on the field was a touchdown.
Where will the refs for the Seahawks/Packers game be this week?
Don't tell me.........