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    Today's Officiating even worse than our last game against them

    When you have Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, the whole NFLN crew, and ESPN staff saying that the refs had a bad game, you know something is up. The Giants whooped both the refs and the packers in that game and deserve mad props for pulling out a game against 12 defenders on the field. That crew tried their best to **** us over and it still did not work. Eli was getting blasted late pretty much most of the game and Mr Discount Double Check gets lit up clean and it's a penalty? **** THE REFS and kudos to our GMEN for overcoming a 12th opponent on the field.
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    Re: Today's Officiating even worse than our last game against them

    On one of the local broadcasts postgame, they interviewed Michael Clayton, who is on Injured Reserve. He blasted the refs without being provoked, and I wonder if he'll be reprimanded in any way.

    Then again, he didn't say anything the rest of us weren't thinking.
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    Every fan base is blasting the refs.Its not just Giant fans thinking we got screwed this is from a Chicago Sports Blog

    [link]http://chicitysportsfan.com/wp/2012/01/the-fix-didnt-help/[/link]

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    The NFL has to be embarrassed by what they saw.

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    There seriously needs to be an investigation.

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    Unfortunately for our franchise, the only thing they will get is a cut, copy, and pasted apology for the calls that they missed. I think that refs should get publicly reprimanded for their epic fails
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    Funniest was where they spotted the ball on Ware's run. He got the first down and the ref runs up and puts the ball back 2 yards to force a punt..Hilarious.

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    Majoirty of the blame should go to the Commissioner (Roger Godell)




    This physical game that we all love is turning into a joke.




    I honestly think the refs don't know what is a penalty and what isn't.




    The rules for this game are changing at an alarming rate.


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    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]Every fan base is blasting the refs.Its not just Giant fans thinking we got screwed this is from a Chicago Sports Blog [link]http://chicitysportsfan.com/wp/2012/01/the-fix-didnt-help/[/link][/quote]




    Yeah that non fumble call on the Jennings play was BULL****!!!!!




    I'm surprised that after the Kuhn fumble we didn't get an, "Illegal Formation: Giants beating the **** out of the Packers and making a play."


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    [quote user="ny06"]

    Majoirty of the blame should go to the Commissioner (Roger Godell)




    This physical game that we all love is turning into a joke.




    I honestly think the refs don't know what is a penalty and what isn't.




    The rules for this game are changing at an alarming rate.

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    The officiating is just so inconsistent. The leading with the helmet penalty on Osi was probably the worst call in the playoffs. The fumble earlier was an obvious **** up, but those stripes tried their best to give the packers a chance to get back into the game with that Osi call. Too bad Big Blue found that Killer Instinct a few weeks ago and made the stripes and their jacked up calls irrelevant. We should have won by over 30.
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