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Reply #120 posted 01/21/19 1:33am

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Hard to beat the team and the refs. sad





How in the world did they miss that?!! Even my missus, who knows next to nothing about football, questioned whether Robey-Coleman could lay a hit like that, and that was straight after seeing it in real time.

I stopped watching UK football a few years back for this sort of bulls*t ... sad to see it in the NFL where they're nearly always so good at getting this sort of thing right.

Tough for a Bills fan, but I'm gonna be cheering on the Patriots in the big game like they were my own team!

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Reply #121 posted 01/21/19 2:35am

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Thanks everybody, yes I'm devastated. Sorry about the Chiefs too Pen.


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Reply #122 posted 01/21/19 2:50am

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uPtoWnNY said:

Saints got hosed - that was clearly pass interference.

Image result for rams saints pass interference gif

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Reply #123 posted 01/21/19 2:51am

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So are Saints fans rooting for the Patriots and Chiefs fans rooting for the Rams?

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Reply #124 posted 01/21/19 2:55am

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So are Saints fans rooting for the Patriots and Chiefs fans rooting for the Rams?


Nope. We don't root for yankees much around here, period.

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Reply #125 posted 01/21/19 5:40am

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Where was the Chiefs defense on that final drive in OT? You're this close to the SB....SOMEBODY has to step up and make a play.

A quote from a Chiefs fan on twitter;

"If the Chiefs just knew to line up onsides, I'd be watching the Super Bowl in two weeks. Now I couldn't care less about it."

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Reply #126 posted 01/21/19 7:29am

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Thanks everybody, yes I'm devastated. Sorry about the Chiefs too Pen.


Thanks poppys. I thought our teams would be in the superbowl. sad hug

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Reply #127 posted 01/21/19 8:41am

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poppys said:

Thanks everybody, yes I'm devastated. Sorry about the Chiefs too Pen.


Thanks poppys. I thought our teams would be in the superbowl. sad hug

set up! they JUST happened to have the video ready and it was a small...tiny TV...

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Reply #128 posted 01/21/19 9:20am

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PennyPurple said:

Hard to beat the team and the refs. sad




Yep and when their top puppetmaster(Roger Goodell)is in the crowd watching you know

some Vince McMahon type WWE shit about to go down. lol I've seen it happen too many times

over the years.


Maybe they need to rethink having sudden death in play at Championship games. This wasn't just the loss of one game from a no-call.

Hopefully Lady Boss Benson will give Goodell an earful for what it's worth. Honestly, this could happen with ANY team.

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Reply #129 posted 01/21/19 9:24am

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poppys said:

Thanks everybody, yes I'm devastated. Sorry about the Chiefs too Pen.


Thanks poppys. I thought our teams would be in the superbowl. sad hug


Da winnas and da loozas...sucks. hug

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Reply #130 posted 01/21/19 10:29am

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phunkdaddy said:

Yep and when their top puppetmaster(Roger Goodell)is in the crowd watching you know

some Vince McMahon type WWE shit about to go down. lol I've seen it happen too many times

over the years.


Maybe they need to rethink having sudden death in play at Championship games. This wasn't just the loss of one game from a no-call.

Hopefully Lady Boss Rita Benson will give Goodell an earful for what it's worth. Honestly, this could happen with ANY team.

Side joke here poppys

Steelers fans know just how you feel. lol

Steelers vs Saints game

Just kidding. I've been over that game. I know how you feel on the real to get this close

and have a play cost you a trip to the big stage. I agonize with Penny too. I said once the

playoffs started anybody but the Cowboys and Patriots.

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Reply #131 posted 01/21/19 10:47am

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poppys said:


Maybe they need to rethink having sudden death in play at Championship games. This wasn't just the loss of one game from a no-call.

Hopefully Lady Boss Benson will give Goodell an earful for what it's worth. Honestly, this could happen with ANY team.



Side joke here poppys

Steelers fans know just how you feel. lol

Steelers vs Saints game

Just kidding. I've been over that game. I know how you feel on the real to get this close

and have a play cost you a trip to the big stage. I agonize with Penny too. I said once the

playoffs started anybody but the Cowboys and Patriots.

Thanks baby. I know, ain't nothing fair. All heart


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Reply #132 posted 01/21/19 2:50pm

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What part of watch Brady don't you people get. Heads, noboby calls heads? Coins stink. Penny, wanted your team to win. But my Rams bopped some Saints ass. Poppys, dear, root for my boys.

I thought it was a clean hit. The ball arrived right on time and they let them play. The refs were right there. I sure was relieved. lol

That interception was amazing. 57 yard field goal. woo.

Had hope for the Chiefs but they went limp. Too bad he couldn't get that touchdown instead of the lame field goal to tie. The coin did the rest.

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Reply #133 posted 01/21/19 2:52pm

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Rams by 7

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Reply #134 posted 01/21/19 3:23pm

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I really think they need to change that overtime rule. Give both teams the ball.

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Reply #135 posted 01/21/19 6:29pm

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I really think they need to change that overtime rule. Give both teams the ball.

The OT rule is fine as is - both teams get the ball if the first score is a FG. How about the defense doing THEIR job and get a stop? How about Dee Ford paying attention to detail and not getting a stupid penalty? Shit, they get paid too. You must play 60 minutes of football to beat NE. I had reservations about KC's defense and it showed up at winnin' time. Chiefs need to upgrade that D, which will be hard to do if they give Mahomes a reported $200mil contract.

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Reply #136 posted 01/21/19 7:28pm

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uPtoWnNY said:

PennyPurple said:

I really think they need to change that overtime rule. Give both teams the ball.

The OT rule is fine as is - both teams get the ball if the first score is a FG. How about the defense doing THEIR job and get a stop? How about Dee Ford paying attention to detail and not getting a stupid penalty? Shit, they get paid too. You must play 60 minutes of football to beat NE. I had reservations about KC's defense and it showed up at winnin' time. Chiefs need to upgrade that D, which will be hard to do if they give Mahomes a reported $200mil contract.

Dee Ford made a HUGE mistake, and he knows it. He feels really bad about it. But feeling bad doesn't win games.

Rumor in KC has it that Brady hunted down Mahomes after the game and they had a private meeting. It was nice of Brady to talk to Mahomes and encourage him.

Eric Berry has to have surgery on his foot again, I imagine we will probably be getting rid of him since he hasn't played very much the last 2 years anyway.

Cuts are going to have to be made somewhere if the 200mil comes into play.

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Reply #137 posted 01/21/19 8:28pm

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uPtoWnNY said:

The OT rule is fine as is - both teams get the ball if the first score is a FG. How about the defense doing THEIR job and get a stop? How about Dee Ford paying attention to detail and not getting a stupid penalty? Shit, they get paid too. You must play 60 minutes of football to beat NE. I had reservations about KC's defense and it showed up at winnin' time. Chiefs need to upgrade that D, which will be hard to do if they give Mahomes a reported $200mil contract.

Dee Ford made a HUGE mistake, and he knows it. He feels really bad about it. But feeling bad doesn't win games.

Rumor in KC has it that Brady hunted down Mahomes after the game and they had a private meeting. It was nice of Brady to talk to Mahomes and encourage him.

Eric Berry has to have surgery on his foot again, I imagine we will probably be getting rid of him since he hasn't played very much the last 2 years anyway.

Cuts are going to have to be made somewhere if the 200mil comes into play.

That big contract will seriously hurt KC's chances of building a top-flight defense. You need pass rushers to have a chance against Brady, but they cost money (so do A-list o-linemen). That's why you have to win it while your window of opportunity is open (like Seattle). Because of free agency and injuries, there's no guarantee KC will be in this position next year. The Patriots are the only constant, because they play chess while the rest of the league plays checkers.

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Reply #138 posted 01/22/19 12:48am

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2freaky4church1 said:

What part of watch Brady don't you people get. Heads, noboby calls heads? Coins stink. Penny, wanted your team to win. But my Rams bopped some Saints ass. Poppys, dear, root for my boys.

I thought it was a clean hit. The ball arrived right on time and they let them play. The refs were right there. I sure was relieved. lol

That interception was amazing. 57 yard field goal. woo.

Had hope for the Chiefs but they went limp. Too bad he couldn't get that touchdown instead of the lame field goal to tie. The coin did the rest.

Image result for rams saints pass interference gif

Are you blind

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Reply #139 posted 01/22/19 2:06am

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kpowers said:

2freaky4church1 said:

What part of watch Brady don't you people get. Heads, noboby calls heads? Coins stink. Penny, wanted your team to win. But my Rams bopped some Saints ass. Poppys, dear, root for my boys.

I thought it was a clean hit. The ball arrived right on time and they let them play. The refs were right there. I sure was relieved. lol

That interception was amazing. 57 yard field goal. woo.

Had hope for the Chiefs but they went limp. Too bad he couldn't get that touchdown instead of the lame field goal to tie. The coin did the rest.

Image result for rams saints pass interference gif

Are you blind


Right?!! ... arrived right on time lol lol lol

At the point contact is made the ball is a legitimate 10ft away still ... not that RC would even know that as he doesn't once look back at the ball. His only aim is taking out the receiver.

And you could tell he knew it was a penalty; just look at his reaction after the play ... he instantly looked round at the refs waiting for the flag to be thrown, no celebration, no high-fives. Its only once he realised he had gotten away with it he went over to his teammates.

If plays like this were legal we'd see receivers getting smashed to the floor on every play and the sport would be alot different.

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Reply #140 posted 01/22/19 4:56am

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2freaky4church1 said:

What part of watch Brady don't you people get. Heads, noboby calls heads? Coins stink. Penny, wanted your team to win.

But my Rams bopped some Saints ass. Poppys, dear, root for my boys.

I thought it was a clean hit. The ball arrived right on time and they let them play. The refs were right there. I sure was relieved. lol

That interception was amazing. 57 yard field goal. woo.

Had hope for the Chiefs but they went limp. Too bad he couldn't get that touchdown instead of the lame field goal to tie. The coin did the rest.


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Reply #141 posted 01/22/19 5:16am

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uPtoWnNY said:

PennyPurple said:

I really think they need to change that overtime rule. Give both teams the ball.

The OT rule is fine as is - both teams get the ball if the first score is a FG. How about the defense doing THEIR job and get a stop? How about Dee Ford paying attention to detail and not getting a stupid penalty? Shit, they get paid too. You must play 60 minutes of football to beat NE. I had reservations about KC's defense and it showed up at winnin' time. Chiefs need to upgrade that D, which will be hard to do if they give Mahomes a reported $200mil contract.


Reading everything yesterday, it seems the upshot is just better officiating. Like phunkdaddy said with the Steelers, there are so many factors. Saints made mistakes to keep the game that close in the first place.

They are considering making interceptions reviewable but that opens the door for making every penalty reviewable which sets up a long long game. I guess Belichick has been pushing for that for years.

https://www.nola.com/inte..._egre.html

Which blown call was more egregious: Rams interference or Chiefs roughing?

Pass interference calls can sometimes go either way, but what Nickell Robey-Coleman did to Tommylee Lewis was black and white. Even to the naked eye, everyone knew he was interfered with. Even Robey-Coleman knew it! The Saints could've put the game further away with a touchdown had it not been for the blown call. The refs need to make that obvious call.

The league is trying to protect the quarterback, but this is just ridiculous. Chris Jones barely touched Brady's helmet and yet got flagged for roughing the passer. Without that call, the Patriots would've been put in a difficult 3rd and long instead of marching down the field to score a go-ahead touchdown. If there's any evidence that New England gets preferential treatment, it's this "violent" hit.

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Reply #142 posted 01/22/19 5:55am

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poppys said:

uPtoWnNY said:

The OT rule is fine as is - both teams get the ball if the first score is a FG. How about the defense doing THEIR job and get a stop? How about Dee Ford paying attention to detail and not getting a stupid penalty? Shit, they get paid too. You must play 60 minutes of football to beat NE. I had reservations about KC's defense and it showed up at winnin' time. Chiefs need to upgrade that D, which will be hard to do if they give Mahomes a reported $200mil contract.


Reading everything yesterday, it seems the upshot is just better officiating. Like phunkdaddy said with the Steelers, there are so many factors. Saints made mistakes to keep the game that close in the first place.

They are considering making interceptions reviewable but that opens the door for making every penalty reviewable which sets up a long long game. I guess Belichick has been pushing for that for years.

https://www.nola.com/inte..._egre.html

Which blown call was more egregious: Rams interference or Chiefs roughing?

Pass interference calls can sometimes go either way, but what Nickell Robey-Coleman did to Tommylee Lewis was black and white. Even to the naked eye, everyone knew he was interfered with. Even Robey-Coleman knew it! The Saints could've put the game further away with a touchdown had it not been for the blown call. The refs need to make that obvious call.

The league is trying to protect the quarterback, but this is just ridiculous. Chris Jones barely touched Brady's helmet and yet got flagged for roughing the passer. Without that call, the Patriots would've been put in a difficult 3rd and long instead of marching down the field to score a go-ahead touchdown. If there's any evidence that New England gets preferential treatment, it's this "violent" hit.

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Don't even get me started on the new roughing the passer rules this year! hrmph Not allowed to land with their body weight? Sorry, that's just how gravity works ... what do they expect the players to do, levitate?

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Reply #143 posted 01/22/19 6:51am

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Saints/Patriots superbowl would have been awful. Pats would have won. At least Rams have good chance because of their defense. The refs agreed with me so there.

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Reply #144 posted 01/22/19 6:59am

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Reading everything yesterday, it seems the upshot is just better officiating. Like phunkdaddy said with the Steelers, there are so many factors. Saints made mistakes to keep the game that close in the first place.

They are considering making interceptions reviewable but that opens the door for making every penalty reviewable which sets up a long long game. I guess Belichick has been pushing for that for years.

https://www.nola.com/inte..._egre.html

Which blown call was more egregious: Rams interference or Chiefs roughing?

Pass interference calls can sometimes go either way, but what Nickell Robey-Coleman did to Tommylee Lewis was black and white. Even to the naked eye, everyone knew he was interfered with. Even Robey-Coleman knew it! The Saints could've put the game further away with a touchdown had it not been for the blown call. The refs need to make that obvious call.

The league is trying to protect the quarterback, but this is just ridiculous. Chris Jones barely touched Brady's helmet and yet got flagged for roughing the passer. Without that call, the Patriots would've been put in a difficult 3rd and long instead of marching down the field to score a go-ahead touchdown. If there's any evidence that New England gets preferential treatment, it's this "violent" hit.

[Edited 1/22/19 5:21am]

Yeah that call on roughing the passer was just stupid. One of the Pats got Mahomes right in the knees, Mahomes was limping a little after that hit, but recovered...that is roughing the passer.


The refs made some bad calls in both games. sad

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Reply #145 posted 01/22/19 7:34am

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Saints/Patriots superbowl would have been awful. Pats would have won. At least Rams have good chance because of their defense. The refs agreed with me so there.


I was hoping for Saints v Patriots just to see two of this this generations greatest quarterbacks go head to head ... would have been a close high scoring game I reckon.

And I've got no beef with the Pats wining (and I say that as a Bills fan). I don't get all the hate for Brady. He is one of the all time greats and its good to see a player like that do well. I think the league will miss him when he's gone ... like when Jordan retired from baseball or Gretzy left ice hockey, it'll be the end of an era sad

I'll be cheering on the Pats anyway as I don't like to see cheats (ie. the Rams) prosper biggrin ... ironic I know given that its the Pats! lol

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Reply #146 posted 01/22/19 7:48am

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DaveT said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Saints/Patriots superbowl would have been awful. Pats would have won. At least Rams have good chance because of their defense. The refs agreed with me so there.


I was hoping for Saints v Patriots just to see two of this this generations greatest quarterbacks go head to head ... would have been a close high scoring game I reckon.

And I've got no beef with the Pats wining (and I say that as a Bills fan). I don't get all the hate for Brady. He is one of the all time greats and its good to see a player like that do well. I think the league will miss him when he's gone ... like when Jordan retired from baseball or Gretzy left ice hockey, it'll be the end of an era sad

I'll be cheering on the Pats anyway as I don't like to see cheats (ie. the Rams) prosper biggrin ... ironic I know given that its the Pats! lol


Freaky has no logical reason for hating the Saints, DaveT. When I first posted in the org P&R he immediately told me "New Orleans is a mess" - he's never been here.

You're right, a Brady and Brees SB would have been interesting. OG dust up.

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Reply #147 posted 01/22/19 8:09am

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DaveT said:


I was hoping for Saints v Patriots just to see two of this this generations greatest quarterbacks go head to head ... would have been a close high scoring game I reckon.

And I've got no beef with the Pats wining (and I say that as a Bills fan). I don't get all the hate for Brady. He is one of the all time greats and its good to see a player like that do well. I think the league will miss him when he's gone ... like when Jordan retired from baseball or Gretzy left ice hockey, it'll be the end of an era sad

I'll be cheering on the Pats anyway as I don't like to see cheats (ie. the Rams) prosper biggrin ... ironic I know given that its the Pats! lol


Freaky has no logical reason for hating the Saints, DaveT. When I first posted in the org P&R he immediately told me "New Orleans is a mess" - he's never been here.

You're right, a Brady and Brees SB would have been interesting. OG dust up.


Ahhh fair enough biggrin

Wonder if Brady will carry on beyond this season. He still seems in good condition considering ... reckon he's got a season or two yet.

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Reply #148 posted 01/22/19 8:58am

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A lot of refs should get fired. Didn't call the obivious false start by the Chargers resulted in a TD

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Reply #149 posted 01/22/19 8:58am

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Why no love for my Rams?

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