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    Probably. Officials have kept flags in their pockets. Early word is the league is considering John Parry as the Super Bowl ref. He was the ref for the 49ers-Saints playoff game and called only three penalties, including no holding calls. During the regular season, his crew averaged 15.8 flags a game, fourth-most among the 17 crews. His 2.7 holding penalties a game were among the highest.




    But officials have let teams play during the postseason. Officials called an average of 8.1 penalties a game during the postseason and had only eight holding calls in 10 games. A Parry-officiated game tends to be exciting. His 47.3 points a game during the regular season was the fifth-highest total among the crews. The Giants have had six of the eight holding penalties, so they probably will be flagged. Remember, in Super Bowls, they use all-star crews.


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    Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

    Lets hope so.

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      Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

      [quote user="running girl"]

      Probably. Officials have kept flags in their pockets. Early word is the league is considering John Parry as the Super Bowl ref. He was the ref for the 49ers-Saints playoff game and called only three penalties, including no holding calls. During the regular season, his crew averaged 15.8 flags a game, fourth-most among the 17 crews. His 2.7 holding penalties a game were among the highest.




      But officials have let teams play during the postseason. Officials called an average of 8.1 penalties a game during the postseason and had only eight holding calls in 10 games. A Parry-officiated game tends to be exciting. His 47.3 points a game during the regular season was the fifth-highest total among the crews. The Giants have had six of the eight holding penalties, so they probably will be flagged. Remember, in Super Bowls, they use all-star crews.

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      idk i felt sick to my stomach witht he officiating in the GB game. Obviouse who was favored. *Bogus roughing the Rogers call *Bogus down by contact of Jennings fumble both of which led to GB points. NYG should have won that game by 25

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        Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

        [quote user="running girl"]

        Probably. Officials have kept flags in their pockets. Early word is the league is considering John Parry as the Super Bowl ref. He was the ref for the 49ers-Saints playoff game and called only three penalties, including no holding calls. During the regular season, his crew averaged 15.8 flags a game, fourth-most among the 17 crews. His 2.7 holding penalties a game were among the highest.




        But officials have let teams play during the postseason. Officials called an average of 8.1 penalties a game during the postseason and had only eight holding calls in 10 games. A Parry-officiated game tends to be exciting. His 47.3 points a game during the regular season was the fifth-highest total among the crews. The Giants have had six of the eight holding penalties, so they probably will be flagged. Remember, in Super Bowls, they use all-star crews.

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        More concerned about getting bagged for "ROUGHING THE PASSER"..flags...on our Defense...OVER officating could be our problem. Giving Brady any way to shorten the field is dangerous.

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        • #5
          Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

          guaranteed they will let their o-line manhandle our pass rushers and if anyone even breathes on Brady, look for every official on the field to throw their laundry



          but as we did @GB, we will overcome it all

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          • #6
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            [quote user="G-Man67"]guaranteed they will let their o-line manhandle our pass rushers and even anyone even breathes on Brady, look for every official on the field to throw their laundry


            but as we did @GB, we will overcome it all[/quote]


            the past few games Eli has been takign some semi late hits and at least 4 x has had a helmet or facemask between his shoulder blades. I think they let them play. If they ***** up on Brady that would really suck but TC will be in the Refs faces if the favor Bradywhile Eli is taking late hits if that is the case


            "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
            You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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            • #7
              Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

              I hope and pray it does.. Games have been very enjoyable to watch & at a good pace..

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              • #8
                Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

                Depends on which QB is mugged after all can't mess up Brady's hair.

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                • #9
                  Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

                  [quote user="GameTime"][quote user="G-Man67"]guaranteed they will let their o-line manhandle our pass rushers and if anyone even breathes on Brady, look for every official on the field to throw their laundry


                  but as we did @GB, we will overcome it all[/quote]


                  the past few games Eli has been takign some semi late hits and at least 4 x has had a helmet or facemask between his shoulder blades. I think they let them play. If they ***** up on Brady that would really suck but TC will be in the Refs* faces if the favor Brady*while *Eli is taking late hits if that is the case


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                  yeah they'll let them hit Eli, but not Brady, i mean just look at that roughing call on Osi vs. Aaron Rodgers and i'm not crying conspiracy, i'm more eluding to the old "Michael Jordan" rules in the NBA

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                  • #10
                    Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

                    Depends, is Tom Brady on his period? He might ***** that he got sacked

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                    • #11
                      Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

                      [quote user="G-Man67"][quote user="GameTime"][quote user="G-Man67"]guaranteed they will let their o-line manhandle our pass rushers and if anyone even breathes on Brady, look for every official on the field to throw their laundry


                      but as we did @GB, we will overcome it all[/quote]


                      the past few games Eli has been takign some semi late hits and at least 4 x has had a helmet or facemask between his shoulder blades. I think they let them play. If they ***** up on Brady that would really suck but TC will be in the Refs faces if the favor Bradywhile Eli is taking late hits if that is the case





                      [/quote] yeah they'll let them hit Eli, but not Brady, i mean just look at that roughing call on Osi vs. Aaron Rodgers and i'm not crying conspiracy, i'm more eluding to the old "Michael Jordan" rules in the NBA[/quote]




                      true....you are right about Osi's alleged"helmet to helmet" hit. Thats screamed more of "we want the Packers in the SB" than favoring Rodgers though. I dont dig the conspiracy thing either but that call was just atrocious......

                      "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                      You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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                      • #12
                        Re: Will the "let them play'' officiating trend continue?

                        [quote user="running girl"]


                        The Giants have had six of the eight holding penalties, so they probably will be flagged. Remember, in Super Bowls, they use all-star crews.




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                        This says it all and is all I need to know......never seen more pancake blocks be called holds on the Giants meanwhile never seen more white jerseys being torn off the Giants D-line then I have over the past three games......flags will be held in check for anyone playing the Giants but not the Giants themselves......

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