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    Quote Originally Posted by Moke View Post
    There goes my diet... someone brought Turkish pastries to the office. Damn them!!
    Ever have a turkish or greek gyro or how ever you spell it? Reeeally good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Ever have a turkish or greek gyro or how ever you spell it? Reeeally good.
    isn't a gyro assumed to be greek? lol...it's like their thing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    isn't a gyro assumed to be greek? lol...it's like their thing...
    all i know about them is theyre good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Ever have a turkish or greek gyro or how ever you spell it? Reeeally good.
    Like it, but it doesn't come close to shawarma....but I'm biased lol
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    Can someone explain to me why certain plays are comsidered "non reviewable"? Random, I know..but I've always wondered what makes a play reviewable and what makes a play non reviewable.
    I thought we had something special!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    Can someone explain to me why certain plays are comsidered "non reviewable"? Random, I know..but I've always wondered what makes a play reviewable and what makes a play non reviewable.
    The rules.
    For instance, recovering of a fumble is NOT reviewable. The reason being that a fumble is often followed by a scrum, with the ball possibly changing hands. It would be impossible to determine so they just give it to the team that has the ball when they unpile.
    Penalties are not reviewable because they are judgement calls. I guess most reviewable plays have to be black and white, and not subject to interpretation, or conditional on the way the refs are calling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    The rules. For instance, recovering of a fumble is NOT reviewable. The reason being that a fumble is often followed by a scrum, with the ball possibly changing hands. It would be impossible to determine so they just give it to the team that has the ball when they unpile.Penalties are not reviewable because they are judgement calls. I guess most reviewable plays have to be black and white, and not subject to interpretation, or conditional on the way the refs are calling it.
    But what about the Greg Jennings "fumble" in the playoffs when we faced them? They reviewed that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    But what about the Greg Jennings "fumble" in the playoffs when we faced them? They reviewed that one.
    That was to determine if he actually fumbled. The rule is if the ball is loose, and there is a clear recovery by the defense, the fumble is reviewable. that rule changed a few years ago.
    Of course, the ref blew that review because it was crystal clear that he fumbled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    That was to determine if he actually fumbled. The rule is if the ball is loose, and there is a clear recovery by the defense, the fumble is reviewable. that rule changed a few years ago.Of course, the ref blew that review because it was crystal clear that he fumbled.
    I see, that's for the clarification.
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    HOLLER HOLLER HOLLER BACK.

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