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    Sound FX on NFL Channel-Ref as Wolfork If he Was Being Held---Ans: NO

    They just played the Superbowl version and you get to hear the Ref admit he blew the holding call that played a critical part of the game. If you have a chance, watch the show, its really interesting.

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    Re: Sound FX on NFL Channel-Ref as Wolfork If he Was Being Held---Ans: NO

    Watched it and boy, was I uncomfortable with how they knew it was questionable and….. laughed about it.

    That Ref, #12 seemed to be a fan of the Patriots.

    Didn’t he say later after the WW drop?
    “If he catches that game over.” That’s a heck of a statement from someone who is impartial. It implies all kinds of things about how he was going to officiate the rest of the game. ( had the catch been made)

    Every Giant fan should watch this show and share their thoughts. Mine is the Ref’s seemed to favor the Patriots. Where was the holding call on the guy that was Mugging JPP during the Hail Mary play?

    Just glad we persevered and got the Ring!

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    Re: Sound FX on NFL Channel-Ref as Wolfork If he Was Being Held---Ans: NO

    "its like throwing in a forest dude . those f'n guys arms are like...."

    Tom Brady after JPP knocked down a pass

    my favorite quote of the Sound FX

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    Re: Sound FX on NFL Channel-Ref as Wolfork If he Was Being Held---Ans: NO

    I am curious if any analyst will bring it up. And actually put a spotlight on that.

    Scary part. THAT WAS THE SUPERBOWL. So what does that mean for the games during the season?
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