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    Saints and Rams: officiating

    Anybody catch the end of regulation? Seems like the Saints got hosed.


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    There’s no seems like. They did.


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    Do they review these for targeting? That guy hit the receiver above the shoulder and there was helmet to helmet contact.


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    NFL admitted they got it wrong.

    https://twitter.com/cbssportshq/stat...708614656?s=21


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    I realize in the course is the game players and coaches make mistakes. I even question the PC; however, the game culminated into that one play at that time of the game. The DB was out of position and the call was sooo blatantly obvious that the Saints could have used a ton of clock and kicked a FG.


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    I thought the refs blew several calls against us against Clemson, but that no call in the Saints-Rams game is probably the most unbelievable no call I've ever seen. The defender wasn't even remotely trying to play the ball, he was beat so he just ran right thru the receiver and expected a flag. Also had helmet to helmet on the play. It was a hard fought game both ways, but that call took a Superbowl away from the Saints. If that is called correctly, it is a first down for the Saints, and they can run most of the clock out before they could either score a TD or kick a field goal for the win. I think the NFL wanted LA in there because they think the California market actually cares about football. Now they are reporting down here that the no call referee actually lives in LA. That wasn't the only missed call in the game, but it was the worst missed call, at the most crucial time in a game, I've ever seen. Pretty much makes me think someone made a lot of money on this game.

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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    NFL admitted they got it wrong.

    https://twitter.com/cbssportshq/stat...708614656?s=21


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    I love that one. Sorry Saints, we blew one of the most obvious calls in the history of football. No Superbowl for you. I was hoping to see Mark Ingram get to a Superbowl, so he could have a national championship and superbowl ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krymsonman View Post
    I thought the refs blew several calls against us against Clemson, but that no call in the Saints-Rams game is probably the most unbelievable no call I've ever seen. The defender wasn't even remotely trying to play the ball, he was beat so he just ran right thru the receiver and expected a flag. Also had helmet to helmet on the play. It was a hard fought game both ways, but that call took a Superbowl away from the Saints. If that is called correctly, it is a first down for the Saints, and they can run most of the clock out before they could either score a TD or kick a field goal for the win. I think the NFL wanted LA in there because they think the California market actually cares about football. Now they are reporting down here that the no call referee actually lives in LA. That wasn't the only missed call in the game, but it was the worst missed call, at the most crucial time in a game, I've ever seen. Pretty much makes me think someone made a lot of money on this game.
    Referees are humans. Humans are corruptible. Ergo....


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    There was just a horrible roughing the passer call on the chiefs. Never touched Brady’s head but, you breath in a QB in the NFL and they throw a flag. Ridiculous.

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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    Chiefs got some favorable calls on that TD drive, at least it kind of balances out.


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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    The Saints were robbed! The fans have the right to be livid.
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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    No comparison in Chiefs/Pats game. . I can see the ref thinking he hit Brady in the face. But the other game was a direct result. The Saints got mugged! And they directly lost the game as a result. They could of taken three knees and kicked a field goal with no time left.

    The NFL should assign a game commissioner or czar or whatever that can immediately fix egregious errors that are absolutely game changing! Everyone saw that error, but there was no recourse to fix it!
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    to 16 and beyond........

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    Re: Saints and Rams: officiating

    Quote Originally Posted by TideMom2Boys View Post
    The Saints were robbed! The fans have the right to be livid.
    I am all torn up over it too.
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