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DragonSoul
01-15-2012, 09:33 PM
1) Jennings called fumble then called down by contact, then reviewed and not over turned. So is that 2 bad calls in 1? New record

2) Osi so called late hit on Rodgers

3) Ware 1st down that wasn't placed correctly for 2nd straight week.

4) How many late hits or face masks did Eli get that were never called, but again rodgers was.

5) They called the center for GB on 1 holding call, but a few plays later there was another that was not called.

6) two non-holding calls vs JPP he was even *****ing about it, but airman or buck sayd he was getting upset because he couldn't get to rodgers when they were playing good defense.

7) Amazing how the 1st fumble that went our way was overturned (correctly i may add, prob only one they got correct)

DJloves
01-15-2012, 09:37 PM
Osi's hit wasn't called late but helmet to helmet - which if you watch the replay you can clearly see he doesn't hit Rodger's helmet.

DragonSoul
01-15-2012, 09:53 PM
was horrible.

CDN_G-FAN
01-15-2012, 09:57 PM
it was a poorly called game.

they missed Philips hit to the head on that incompletion on the first drive.

DragonSoul
01-15-2012, 10:01 PM
^ yep

Zaggs
01-15-2012, 10:02 PM
I think the only calls against Green Bay were a false start and 1 holding. Oh and a defensive holding. Thats it. Bishop's late hit on Eli was the worse, and was helmet to helmet. Even Mike Pereira had to say it should have been roughing (he also said the hit on Rodgers was legit).

mfraykor
01-15-2012, 10:09 PM
Also.. I forget exactly when.. but we were near endzone I think... and there was a GB def lineman pushing our OLINE guys facemask all the way up in the air for like 10 seconds... HANDS TO THE FACE for like 10 seconds... almost took it off...

OrangeGiant
01-15-2012, 10:13 PM
Seriously, if anyone who watched that game, objectively or anywise, can say the Giants weren't screwed is crazy. I've never seen anything like it, ever. We all saw the first game,we played them right? Well I said after that I wasn't trying to start any conspiracy theories, Well I am now.</P>


Thw non Jennings fumble, Sickening. The Ware non first down garbage spot. The :roughing call on Osi..seriously? The late hit on Eli that wasn't called.Those are just the most obvious. How many more were there?</P>


This was disgusting, no other words for it. None.</P>


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DragonSoul
01-15-2012, 10:18 PM
Seriously, if anyone who watched that game, objectively or anywise, can say the Giants weren't screwed is crazy. I've never seen anything like it, ever.* We all saw the first game,we played them *right? Well I said after that I wasn't trying to start any conspiracy theories, Well I am now.</P>


Thw non Jennings fumble, Sickening. The Ware non first down garbage spot. The :roughing call on Osi..seriously? The late hit on Eli that wasn't called.Those are just the most obvious. How many more were there?</P>


This was disgusting, no other words for it. None.</P>


*</P>Still waiting for someone to call them out ala NYG FO, coaching staff, players and/or writers.

simms56
01-15-2012, 10:18 PM
Also.. I forget exactly when.. but we were near endzone I think... and there was a GB def lineman pushing our OLINE guys facemask all the way up in the air for like 10 seconds... HANDS TO THE FACE for like 10 seconds... almost took it off...


yup, that non call was a joke. That was on the Ballard drop on 3rd down. Should have been a fresh 1st and goal.

yatitle
01-15-2012, 10:18 PM
Today was the closest thing I've seen to a NBA game officiated by Tim Donaghy. I not one to ever insinuate the game is fixed, but today was damn close

DragonSoul
01-15-2012, 10:20 PM
Today was the closest thing I've seen to a NBA game officiated by Tim Donaghy.* I not one to ever insinuate the game is fixed, but today was damn close
I feel exactly the same. I really do. We should be enjoying this win, not worry about the refs for next week.

GreenZone
01-15-2012, 10:27 PM
Couple of things. The refs let the players play, you might say. There were three penalties called on each team for 30 yards against the Giants and for 20 yards against the Packers.

Second, someone said on the air that this ref barely, if ever, overturns calls. 1) Is this true, and if so: 2) is he like the MLB umps playing to their own tune by having their own personal strike zone?

We need to hear more about this ref and his stats on overturns. If that is the case, it would speak less to the refs having it out to defeat the Giants, but speaks to another reason why he wouldn't deserve to be in the league. He certainly embarrassed the league as a whole on that non-overturn.

fourth&forever
01-15-2012, 10:36 PM
My favorite bad call was last week's vs. Atlanta. Williams "unnecessarily throwing a player to the ground"

NFL is quickly losing its integrity.

Zaggs
01-15-2012, 10:40 PM
Couple of things. The refs let the players play, you might say. There were three penalties called on each team for 30 yards against the Giants and for 20 yards against the Packers.


And thats fine. When you apply the same standard. But on Osi's late hit and Snee's holding, Green Bay got away with much worse versions. How Leavy calls Osi but not Bishop is beyond reason.

joenew61
01-15-2012, 10:50 PM
There were other more subtle calls too - the holding call on the run up the middle on Snee when it was 1st and 10 from the 20. The defensive guy fell backwards - Snee was definitely not grabbing bim.