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Just now, ausman said:

NBC also trying to help the Pats.  LOL.  Showing replays of non-calls now.

Collinsworth actually said could have been challenged and would have been overturned. As if he hasn’t seen a single instance of this ridiculous rule and review all season.

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1 minute ago, greenwichjetfan said:

Collinsworth actually said could have been challenged and would have been overturned. As if he hasn’t seen a single instance of this ridiculous rule and review all season.

Right.  I believe they have yet to overturn one this year.

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4 minutes ago, ausman said:

See, that’s what I mean.  You see it as Roby “being all over the receiver”.  Yet, I’ve seen lots of plays identical to that and worse where there’s no call.  It’s all in the eye of the beholder, meaning the official watching the play.  Too much of that in the NFL IMO.

You have a problem with the rule. It's pretty obvious. If you want to simplify the NFL rulebook that's definitely a discussion to be had but what Roby did was clearly defensive holding as it's written

 

https://operations.nfl.com/the-rules/nfl-video-rulebook/defensive-holding/

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zero chance in the whole wide world that would have been overturned if brady threw the pass.

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Just now, fusionCA said:

**** you Mac , we could have had Watson 

 

 

We did not need watson or mahommes, we had hackenburg.

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2 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

zero chance in the whole wide world that would have been overturned if brady threw the pass.

The “catch” in the first quarter stood for the pats even though even the announcers called it OOB and it was clearly out of bounds, but a clear catch with two feet down got overturned. Lol.

Good thing Deshaun Watson is channeling Jordan out there today.

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1 minute ago, Beerfish said:

Thanks Deshaun much appreciated.

 

1 minute ago, fusionCA said:

**** you Mac , we could have had Watson 

 

 

Many here didn't want him and some of us did. 

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Now on that TD play, there was definitely a hold (almost a headlock) on a Patriot rusher that took him completely out of the play.  No call.  Just trying to keep it 100.

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3 minutes ago, fusionCA said:

**** you Mac , we could have had Watson 

 

 

Yes, and with the rest of this crew, including this shadow OL, he would be running for his life too. But I did always like Watson.

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5 minutes ago, Skeet Ulrich said:

You have a problem with the rule. It's pretty obvious. If you want to simplify the NFL rulebook that's definitely a discussion to be had but what Roby did was clearly defensive holding as it's written

 

https://operations.nfl.com/the-rules/nfl-video-rulebook/defensive-holding/

Not a problem with the rule per se but with how it’s inconsistently applied.

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Just now, Ken Shroy said:

Yes, and with the rest of this crew, including this shadow OL, he would be running for his life too.

give me break  , Texans OL is bad , watson running for his life almost every throw , getting hit and sacked a lot

but he a strong player ,  he does not fold like a cheap suit 

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3 minutes ago, fusionCA said:

give me break  , Texans OL is bad , watson running for his life almost every throw , getting hit and sacked a lot

but he a strong player ,  he does not fold like a cheap suit 

LMAO. Look at who he has to throw too. Watching the games is important.

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1 minute ago, Ken Shroy said:

LMAO. Look at who he has to throw too. Watching the games is important.

i see perfectly thrown balls

 

no under throw or over throw

 

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1 minute ago, fusionCA said:

lol 

sometimes being a smart ass bite you in the ass

 

 

Any time a young QB on another team is complimented, the immediate responses are either, 

a. If he was here, he wouldn’t be good

b. Look at the talent around him, imagine if our guy had that here

It’s almost like they have a narrative they need to keep alive.

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NFL has basically 10 decent teams. Pats have played only 2 of them this year, and lost to both... assuming Houston holds on.

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1 minute ago, 14 in Green said:

Any time a young QB on another team is complimented, the immediate responses are either, 

a. If he was here, he wouldn’t be good

b. Look at the talent around him, imagine if our guy had that here

It’s almost like they have a narrative they need to keep alive.

Show me a young QB that is doing well that doesn't have good players around him. Not superstars just good players. I'll wait.

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2 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

NFL has basically 10 decent teams. Pats have played only 2 of them this year, and lost to both... assuming Houston holds on.

The entire AFC East had cupcake schedules this year.

Not only was ours the easiest, but if I’m not mistaken today’s game was the longest “trip” we had to make all year.

We completely blew it in a year we had an epically easy schedule.

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9 minutes ago, Ken Shroy said:

Show me a young QB that is doing well that doesn't have good players around him. Not superstars just good players. I'll wait.

Josh Allen doesn’t have any stars around him, does he?

Certainly nobody like Bell.

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I guess good teams that have good offenses can score on the vaunted Pats defense. Between the ravens and texans they have hung 65 on em. Maybe we won't see these pricks in another SB this year. 

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