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    Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?

    When I saw the play live I thought it was a block in the back, this idiot 49er fan(ignore him) had the only video I could find. Is this not an illegal block in the back? It would have pushed the 49ers an additional 10 yards back and the way their stagnant offense was playing those yards matter.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlNnFZDCFAc

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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?



    [quote user="chuckedafter5yards"When I saw the play live I thought it was a block in the back, this idiot 49er fan(ignore him) had the only video I could find. Is this not an illegal block in the back? It would have pushed the 49ers an additional 10 yards back and the way their stagnant offense was playing those yards matter] [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlNnFZDCFAc[/quote]




    Why were all the Hits on Eli that were well after the release of the ball not called during 49er and GB games. Why was GB and the Niners not flagged for Holding. how come on most close plays.... and i say most because the way it has been going for us with all the missed and non calls over the past 2months that it was surprising that the calls where the ball went off the guys knee and the bradshaw forward progress didnt go against us.




    But overall we dont get the calls.




    We as fans just have to move on and Live with the fact that we need to play that much better to overcome the team we are playing and several horrible calls a game

    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?

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    [quote user="chuckedafter5yards"When I saw the play live I thought it was a block in the back, this idiot 49er fan(ignore him) had the only video I could find. Is this not an illegal block in the back? It would have pushed the 49ers an additional 10 yards back and the way their stagnant offense was playing those yards matter] [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlNnFZDCFAc[/quote]




    Why were all the Hits on Eli that were well after the release of the ball not called during 49er and GB games. Why was GB and the Niners not flagged for Holding. how come on most close plays.... and i say most because the way it has been going for us with all the missed and non calls over the past 2months that it was surprising that the calls where the ball went off the guys knee and the bradshaw forward progress didnt go against us.




    But overall we dont get the calls.




    We as fans just have to move on and Live with the fact that we need to play that much better to overcome the team we are playing and several horrible calls a game



    I too saw some holding calls against the 9ers that were not called. I saw them on tv, not sure what the refs were doing. I think part of it is the refs don't call the game like they do during the regular season, they let things go more in the playoffs. I think that is a good thing, let the boys play.




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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?



    Any judgement calls have not and WILL NOT go the Giants way for the playoffs or SB......for one simple reason:




    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giant...ref=obinsource




    go back and look at all the penalties the Giants have gotten called their way....there have been no judgement calls such as holds, pass interference, illegal contact, hands to the face, roughing the passer....etc.




    The ONLY calls the Giants have gotten are the automatics....offside.....false starts....delay of games.....penalties that cannot be refuted and are not based on a refs' judgement. Seriously if you go back and review all the penalties the Giants have not received one judgement call......it's sickening.....maddening and should be a bigger point of emphasis for the media.


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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?

    That is not a judgement call at all. Its is a perfectly legal hit. This coming from a Giants fan

    The hitter's head was in front = 100% legal.

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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?

    It was illegal because it was after the play.....look where the runner is when he gets hit.

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    Re: Why was the hit on Tyler Sash not flagged?

    [quote user="BlueSanta"]That is not a judgement call at all. Its is a perfectly legal hit. This coming from a Giants fan

    The hitter's head was in front = 100% legal.
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    this. at the time i was screaming at the tv but when i saw the reply it looks legal to me. brutal special teams hit.

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