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YES!  On the train this morning, I was looking for game reports.  Had to kill the NYT cookie so I could read the article.playing the Rams again. What a way to bookend a career.

 

the sports book had the Pats as underdogs, for about ten minutes.

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Go Patriots!!! Two great games yesterday! Two overtime games!!! Wow!!

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I haven’t watched a game since the Beyonce Super Bowl charade and have no plans to change anything soon. Now Gladys Knight is being condemned because she will be preforming the “racist “ National Anthem Screw the NFL thugs

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The NFL definately wanted the Patriots and Rams to win because of the larger markets.  The Rams are building a new stadium bigger than the Cowboys and I expect they have already won the Superbowl

 

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I had to turn off the sound on the Chiefs game. Motormouth Tony Romo just wouldn't stop yammering. I doubt Jim Nance got 25 words in the whole game. 

 

Not only did the Saints get screwed, I thought NFL officiating was pretty bad throughout the season. And JMO, I think that Saints non-call might have been deliberate. How else do you explain it? The player even admitted after the game he had committed the foul and was surprised by the no call.

 

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Talking about poor officials, don't overlook the terrible "roughing the passer" call on the Chief's for touching Baby Boo Brady's shoulder. 

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The Saints/Rams 'no call' situation is bad.   I wouldn't surprise me if that official, or that team of officials

don't get a lot of games to work next year...... unless the Rams request it..... :lol:

 

Stuff like this makes ya wonder..... ?

 

..........Widder

 

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I realize there are some hurting folks out here, but I have real doubts about the numerous "intentional act" or conspiracy theories about the refs' calls.  Think for a moment what that would mean.  You're talking about involvement by dozens or even hundreds of refs, league officials and others; a concerted plan to promote select teams and harm others; a conspiracy to commit fraud; and a series of cover-ups bigger than Watergate - all in an industry subject to Federal anti-trust scrutiny.  I don't think that the owners or the league or the sports media or the Feds would put up with that.

 

I think it's more likely that refs are human, the action is fast, no one person or camera has a full and complete view of every play, and mistakes happen.  There's a part of me that wants to go back to the 60s - no replays, and everybody lived with decisions made on the spot.  Not perfect, but faster and less aggravating.

 

LL

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