Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by droopdog7, Nov 24, 2019.
Two seconds ? In earth time?
I’d bet you whatever you’re mistaken.
The way that works is that someone has noticed something blatant in the Cowboys game film and no doubt had the referees looking for it.
That's something rarely called.
Oops, quoted the wrong response.
I guarantee Belichick was in the refs ear before the game, telling them to watch for tripping.
BS. He touched the guys shoulder, not legit at all.
All teams get questionable calls EVERY game. I’ll go back to what I said earlier....that’s the LEAST of our problems!
You guys realize that they after the tripping penalty they did rule the 4th down play a catch on the field. Why would they do that if they were intentionally trying to screw the Cowboys? It was the booth that stopped the game to see that it wasn't a catch.
I listen to the SAS "Accident waiting to happen" or "What can go wrong, will go wrong". Not surprised how this played out. I can't understand how the "Playing not to lose" keeps bringing losses. At some point, a light bulb in the brain has to go off. With JG, and now Kellen Moore on board.....why would you think this was going to be with an unexpected outcome that was favorable? Its just laughable.
….unfortunately it was obviously not a catch.
Brady doesn’t get a lot of those calls. NE has gotten the 6th least roughing the passer penalties this decade.
Honestly, is there any institution left that hasn't been thoroughly corrupted?
But the “tripping” call put us in a position to mess up on special teams. We should’ve never been in that position.
Dallas didn’t help their own cause but denying the refs didn’t play a huge factor is just being totally oblivious.
They helped put 10 points on the board for the Patriots and gave us a huge setback on the last drive.
The second tripping was more controversial.
The first one isn’t even tripping..
Defender clearly runs into his legs and that momentum brought up Tyron’s leg. It’s clear and on video for anyone to see.
I'm going to hopefully assume that this is sarcasm. As for the OP the Cowboys had plenty of chances to win this game, blaming refs just gives excuses for poor play.
We had a lot of momentum and a first down and ya we got robbed of an opportunity to win.
Oh, the team has problems for sure. But a team can't reach potential if momentum is stymied by an NFL agenda to ensure we do not.
Maybe. Maybe we fumble on the next play.