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nyknstill!
12-24-2011, 11:21 PM
Nicks had a bad last couple of weeks, no honestly for a guy who's our #1 WR..lets end this right now, the #1 WR on this team this season is the Puerto Rican sensation. Not Mario, not Hakeem, but that guy. Back on OT Nicks has his fair share of screw ups but how is this not pass interference?

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NYGRealityCheck
12-24-2011, 11:26 PM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

nyknstill!
12-24-2011, 11:30 PM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

LMAO his hands are on his nuts bro.

NYGRealityCheck
12-24-2011, 11:33 PM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

LMAO his hands are on his nuts bro.

Yes that's funny.
Full coverage and applied pressure at the same time.

DandyDon
12-25-2011, 12:45 AM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

Dunno, that play in the enzone to Nicks was pretty blatant interference to me, even without a freeze frame. Revis was pulling down on his elbow before the ball even got there. Couldnt believe there was no flag.

DandyDon
12-25-2011, 12:45 AM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

Dunno, that play in the enzone to Nicks was pretty blatant interference to me, even without a freeze frame. Revis was pulling down on his elbow before the ball even got there. Couldnt believe there was no flag.

YATittle1962
12-25-2011, 12:48 AM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

LMAO his hands are on his nuts bro.

if his nuts are in his stomach then yeah...

and for the record it looked like PI live to me

jgrangers11
12-25-2011, 01:01 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tBl2-XLZU4&feature=related

If they don't call this one, they're never gonna call it

miked1958
12-25-2011, 01:44 AM
There's also one on the tipped pass INT right after we got the touchback that finally stopped a jets drive aided by two bogus calls. On the pick revis was again draped on Nicks and no call was made.

All day time and time again revis was rewarded and praised on plays that we're obvious fouls

BallinNY
12-25-2011, 05:10 AM
glad i wasnt the only one to see this, for some reason Nicks never gets PI calls (see Woodson and all of Green Bay Packers Game) and Revis never gets called. It worked for a bad combination.

Side note, Victor Cruz also had his arm held down on a 3rd down play by Kyle Wilson well before the ball was near him. This officiating needs to improve or the nfl will be getting major complaints from fans.

fletch842
12-25-2011, 08:59 AM
There's also one on the tipped pass INT right after we got the touchback that finally stopped a jets drive aided by two bogus calls. On the pick revis was again draped on Nicks and no call was made.

All day time and time again revis was rewarded and praised on plays that we're obvious fouls
I almost lost my mind on that one. Looked like a pretty easy call to me. Revis was draped across Nick's waist, with an arm wrapped around him, not sure how the refs missed it, fortunately, it didn't prove to be decisive.

53canton
12-25-2011, 09:14 AM
Great picture of him wrapped around Nicks!
Revis is good, but the media make him God-like, and the refs eat it up.

Its like what the media did with obama. They hid his past and got the lemmings to love him. Its crazy how much power the media has these days!

Mara should send pictures of the bad calls to the league and get an explanation as to why there was no calls. Even Kenny, Moose and Goose didnt question the noncalls. They just praised the guy!!!

Captain Chaos
12-25-2011, 09:33 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tBl2-XLZU4&feature=related

If they don't call this one, they're never gonna call it

This is what happens when reputation exceeds capability, they start getting away with way to much.

PrideofNY
12-25-2011, 09:46 AM
You see that one every play. He always has his arm wrapped around the back of the receiver like that, which I've been taught is pass interference. Not to mention, Deon Grant got flagged for something much less.

barran21
12-25-2011, 10:23 AM
Revis island is a myth created by the NFL, the media always say the NFL changed the rules to favor offenses, so Revis gets the Jordan treatment he rarely gets called, and the NFL get to say we have a shut down corner in the league despite all the rule changes, but in reality he committing a lot of penalties, I have see so many Jets games this year and he's should be called for PI or illegal contact at least once every game....

jakegibbs
12-25-2011, 10:25 AM
Now you know partly why he's that good. The field refs don't have a freeze frame of the play. In real time, it'll look like Revis makes the play just as the ball gets to Nicks.

Not so fast my friend I watched that play also & to me it was clearly pass interference. Refs give Revis too much slack because of his repetation. Come on refs get your head out your @@@.

BallinNY
12-25-2011, 04:28 PM
Posted this in another forum where jets fans were saying every call was right:

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Instead of not supporting any of your opinions, I have evidence to all of my assertions. First off, Revis got away with murder. He interfered with Nicks all game, Barden once by pulling his jersey to decrease the separation between them. This is pass interference, by the rule you are not allowed to alter or prohibit a receiver after 5 yards or when the ball is in the air. These pictures show that Nicks had his arms held back, much like Cruz had versus Kyle Wilson on a third down play that was even more blatantly clear than Revis's.

Then you see on the play of the interception that Revis hooked him and turned him, you are allowed to have one hand on a receiver, but you are not allowed to hook and turn, at that point it becomes pass interference because the receiver's route has been altered past 5 yards AND as the ball was in the air. Revis is a good player, but he has taken advantage of the refs not calling penalties on him to help his coverage.

Plaxico's penalty was a clear foul, not a call that doesn't get called by refs as many of you have said. He pushed off using his hand and arm while prince was in great coverage. Blatant offensive pass interference.

Probably the stupidest call was the overturn on the Kerley fumble. "his elbow was down" you say, well look at the pictures. The ball moves as the forearm hits the foot, so the point of the elbow, which cannot be clearly seen as touching the turf or still on Rolle's foot, doesn't matter at all. The fumble starts when the ball moves thats simple, right? If you say no look at both angles in synchronized time, the ball moves at the same time the forearm is on Rolles foot, just fractions of a second before the point comes even close to the ground. Ontop of that, was there irrefutable evidence that the elbow touched the ground? Absolutely not, it is not clear at all, and by the lack of evidence the call should stay as is. The reason why they didn't call it, imo, is that they didn't want this to determine the game.

The Sanchez fumble caused by JPP was a legitimate fumble, the throwing process was done, he didn't try to bring the ball to his body (as the rule states) and was keeping it out but with his wrist turned in a carrying position. Fumble, Tuck rule does not apply if the QB isn't trying to bring it to his body.

The second sanchez fumble looks like a fumble, its really close. At first I thought the refs were incredibly stupid because it looked like Sanchez was throwing. But at a second glance, the ball never leaves his hand going forward, not a forward pass. As Linval Joseph bats it out, regardless if its a pass, it is a backward pass because it is never making forward progress from the release point. Come to think of it, this same thing happened to me in madden and I challenged it and it was not overturned.

For the Green Bay fan that complains about people complaining: Look at the pictures in the NY daily news of Ballard's TD, look at Finley hold Williams on a 3rd and long that we got a sack on, look at Greg Jennings's feet as he gains "some" possession when Prince knocks it out (he only has one down during that duration). The only reason you beat the giants was the referees.

TroyArcher
12-25-2011, 04:57 PM
Revis will literally have to rip the shirt off of a receiver before getting flagged. The guy is really good but it has gotten a bit much.

blueomaha
12-25-2011, 05:17 PM
someone mentioned Revis and D. Sanders in the same sentence...really??...

QED
01-01-2012, 04:15 AM
I found this discussion via google. I was curious about the play, because they showed it on a show called NFL turning point. They did not even suggest that it was pass interference.

But it had to be. Revis' hand seemed to be on his arm before the ball got there in such a way as to interfere with the pass.

Anyway, watching game replays with my Tivo remote in my hand has shown me what seem to be a lot of missed calls. Especially offensive holds. I swear there's a lot of holding not being called.

GCGiant
01-01-2012, 07:04 AM
Especially offensive holds.* I swear there's a lot of holding not being called.



They say that there is holding on every play... that's why it is so frustrating when they do call it after a great play.

I have often wondered what football would be like if there was no holding or pass interference penalties.

I remember as a kid when someone would make a good play while playing 2-hand touch..."INTERFERENCE!"

I think I saw a clip of the Manning kids playing football in their back yard...I think it was Peyton..."THAT'S NO FAIR...INTERFERENCE!"....or something like that.

Edit- OK...it wasn't exactly like that. Here it is, though...pretty funny.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s83hX02WyuA&NR=1&feature=endscreen