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    . . . . Greg Jennings catch "against" us during the regular season was a TD (upheld on replay). It seemed like Evans had the ball a lot longer than Jennings did.</P>


    I don't think that either one should have been a TD, but it's just strange tha the Jennings TD was upheld on replay, and the Evans one wasn't even reviewed . . . . . the NFL has to really take a hard look at their officiating this offseason . . . </P>

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    Re: How is Lee Evans &quot;Catch&quot; not a TD, but . . . . .

    they didn't even stop to review it.

    but, you know, the NFL has been so far up the patriots since 2001

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      Re: How is Lee Evans &quot;Catch&quot; not a TD, but . . . . .

      He had the ball but it was slapped out before the second foot came down.

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      • #4
        Re: How is Lee Evans &quot;Catch&quot; not a TD, but . . . . .

        I was thinking about this too yesterday and the only difference I saw between the the two plays was Jennings had two feet down and Evans didn't. Evans got one foot down and the second was close but I don't think he got it down.

        It should have definitely been reviewed though being it was under 2mins....Otherwise it's very comparable to the Jennings play.
        "You killed my family, and I don't like that kind of thing."

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