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Old 02-07-2006, 06:51 PM
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gotta give it to that one. lol

The only problem with that is--- what about the refs in the Steelers/Colts game? Or maybey the Refs in the Patriots game? (can't remember who they played)


The only thing that really irks me is that anyone who is Anti-Steelers, (and yes, I know you didn't actually say that), doesn't seem to have any ref problems whatsoever as long as the call is against pittsburgh.

Can anyone tell I'm a steelers fan?

Truth is, after this season, I'm wondering if they have those refs from those motel 6 commercials under contract.
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Old 02-09-2006, 07:50 PM
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Even though I am from Washington state I still consider myself neutral as I am not really a big football fan. With that said, they definitely had some iffy calls against them. Hasselbeck making the tackle after the interception, he was clearly going for the ball carrier but he got nailed for 15 yards because it was called a block below the waist. And the offensive pass interference? I suppose techincally it would have been the correct call...but it still looked pretty iffy as well.
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I didn't like the Hassenbeck call, either, although, if somebody would have hit him like that, thats roughing the passer. Offensive pass interference, you can't shove off of the other guy, supposedly the defender has an equal chance to go for the ball

The NFL needs to take a hard look at the refs this offseason. I wonder if the NFL could get a group rate if they were to send them all to Sears Optical for glasses.

I'm almost in favor of bringing back instant replay. Sure the games were longer, but that's just an excuse to drink more beer.
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Old 02-10-2006, 05:09 PM
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. Offensive pass interference, you can't shove off of the other guy, supposedly the defender has an equal chance to go for the ball
I agree 100% but in the case here was it really intentional? It didnt appear that he really shoved him away very hard. I know when I get tangled with somebody/something like that I'd have a natural tendency sort of push myself away. It didnt appear as if the defender was forced in another direction or off balance by his actions either.

When it comes to the calls from the game I guess it depends on which coast you live on, doesnt it?
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Actually, the defender stumbled and almost fell over, in the opposite direction.
Maybey on the west coast, they show the game from the other side of the field

at any rate, I'm glad to see pitt finally get the one for the thumb, they never seem to get any positive press, they had that game locked up, and yet you got Madden running his mouth about what Seattle had to do. (there was like 2 minutes left) Even in the last week, Steelers haven't gotten the press like the patriots did with their wins. That's all ok, it always feels better when the underdogs win big.

PS I'm a Die Hard Steelers fan, but I don't hate Seattle. I was glad to see another team that you never seem to hear about get to the big one.
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Some tough calls maybe but the Steelers would have still won
get over it
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I'm not a Steeler or Seattle fan, but do like to watch sports. The Hasselbeck call was flat wrong as far as my understanding of the rules go. Defensive guys don't block, they tackle. The linesman called the touchdown on the keeper play. We watched the replay over and over and there just was not anything there to reverse the call. If you watched the white armband on his arm, you could see the football right against it. You could see the arm band clearly on the replays, but not the ball. The arm band broke the plane of the goal, but I could not really tell if any part of the ball did. By the rules, that was a touchdown. The offensive pass interference call was just that. The receiver pushed off and if you were watching the replays, he did gain separation on the defender. Had he not pushed off, the defender would have had a play, which may or may not have been successful. A no call would have been wrong so I would have to say "stop whining". The real questionable call, in my opinion was the holding call on the Seattle offensive lineman. That is normally never called in the heat of the battle and probably should not have been called in this case. They officials don't always get them right, but in actuality, I am really amazed they are as good as they are!!!

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Some tough calls maybe but the Steelers would have still won
get over it
I'm not complaining or whining about anything so I have nothing to "get over".

It wasnt until Pitt. scored the final touchdown that Seattle never really had a chance of winning. There were times even relatively late in the game that the game could have gone either way. Pitt. was about to score and Seattle intercepted the ball...if Pitt had scored then they would have blown it open. Later Pitt. intercepted the ball on a drive when Seattle was just about to score (and would have had the lead in the 3rd quarter if they did).
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