Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Mr Cowboy, Dec 4, 2019 at 1:29 PM.
The only consistency about Tyron's penalties is that they occur on a big play!
Phantom Penalties. You'd think the refs would change up who they call it on after a certain amount of times. It's so obvious at this point. It's getting old .
For as respected as Tyron is he sure gets some of the worst calls against him.
Only a couple comes close to real holdings , others are fictitious, seems opponent going to ground is called onhim automatically
Those were bogus calls, as was that tripping call in New England.
Part of the problem for Tyron is that he will pull the defender to him and hold him there up close against him. Been doing that for years and I am sure opposing coaches have pointed it out to the refs hundreds of times.
wow, did not know about the defender rip move exception
Whatever it takes to can Garrett is fine with me. Even cheating refs. I don’t care
Untimely at that. Last one that comes to mind was vs the Pats when Gallup has the pass for a first down and it was immediately called back due to 77.
Always at the worst times..
Reminds me of the ones that used to go against Doug Free.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: sometimes it just looks like a penalty with Tyron because he beats them so bad it's like an adult pushing around a small child.
*most convenient times(for refs trying to influence games)
It is hard to play on Sunday when you consistently miss practice. Smith was a great player. Either the coaches allow him "rest" time or his back is too sore to practice. He either needs to be all in or, if he can't take the practice, he needs to go away.
Too many comfortable players in Dallas.
He is overcompensating for Connor Williams look at his penalties when Williams is in there compared to sua a filo
The vast majority of those were holds.
People confuse “aaahhh, I’ve seen worse” with what’s actually a penalty.
You’re never allowed to hook a guy across the shoulders/neck and it not be a penalty.
It may be time , if possible to try and trade him ...see if we can get something legit for him...I love him and when healthy , he is the best...but those days seem far and few.......Need to start thinking about replacing him. Is McGovern the replacement? or the plan to replace him...
Last thing this team needs to do is trade off Smith, save some money, and end up in the Green-Petitti purgatory.
Definitely agree about investing and grooming a new LT but I would just keep Smith till the new guy as shown enough to roll with him.
I don't see McG as his replacement, but that's just a guess as he played C and G at Penn State.
well i still take that monster over any one else