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    Re: The Brady Kick



    [QUOTE=Paintballguy;565584]Brady should've been ejected for that. Sliding into someone with spikes can severely hurt them. I've seen it happen plenty of times playing baseball.[/QUOTe

    Hopefully the leaque will fine him. How about Pitta's head whipped back by the helmet hit, no flag,WTF. Refs tried, but Ravens couldn't be denied. thought for sure the fumble would be over rule.




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    Just try to imagine Flacco going into a slide and pulling a stunt like that. Can you even imagine it? That was low rent.




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    Flacco doesn't slide. Just ask that Bronco linebacker from a couple years ago.

    JOE TRUCKS MEN OVER WHEN HE RUNS.
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    Re: The Brady Kick

    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    How about Pitta's head whipped back by the helmet hit, no flag,WTF. Refs tried, but Ravens couldn't be denied.
    I was apoplectic over that, especially after the Ravens had been flagged for, I think, three personal fouls already by that point, all of which were not half as severe as this.

    Then Pitta comes back and scores a TD on the very next play. Dennis Pitta, sir, I tip my hat to you. Way to play tough.




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    Re: The Brady Kick

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Flacco doesn't slide. Just ask that Bronco linebacker from a couple years ago.

    JOE TRUCKS MEN OVER WHEN HE RUNS.
    Agreed. Joe is a man unlike Ms. Brady. I've never seen someone hit the turf or turf a ball so fast in my life.




  6. #21

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    Pshhhh, if that was Flacco, forget it. Then again, Joe isn't a douche bag. I could not believe there was not a 15 yard penalty, that was the least they could do. He intentionally looked at Reed's leg the whole way. I knew from that point we'd win. That crap comes back to bite you.

    On a side note... Bernard Pollard must be every single Patriots fan's nightmare. That guy just wrecks them every time lol. That play was the play of the game, in my opinion.




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    Re: The Brady Kick

    Pollard has taken out so many Patriots




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    At the risk of sounding trite, Bernard Pollard is one-man wrecking crew




  9. #24

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    We all knew that the Ravens would havce to beat both the Patriots and the Refs and it was clearly illustrated before a National TV audience tonight.

    Our guy hits their receiver with his shoulder and draws a personal foul.
    Their QB tries to denut Ed Reed and there is no flag.
    Dennis Pitta gets his head completely jerked backwards from a blatant head to head hit and there is no call.

    The Cheatriots and the NFL should be asshamed of themselves.

    I imagine that the NFL will fine the guy who jacked Pitta up. However, the disparity of these "defensless receiver" calls this season should merit an apology from the NFL, and the Patriot organization should be exposed as the pitiful cheating bastards that they are.

    The whole world saw it Mr. Goodell and Mr. Kraft. You can deny it all you want but both of you are fucking liars and we're going to the Super Bowl despite your best efforts to cheat us out of it.

    Go Ravens!!!
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    Re: The Brady Kick

    Don't mean to pile on, but what the heck --

    I understand that Brady and the Pats offense wanted to run a very hurried up offense, and I guess if you let the officials know beforehand that you want the ball spotted as quickly as possible that they should try and honor that request. And it looked like the officials DID do a good job of spotting the ball quickly for NE, to the point where I saw a couple of times where an official almost fell on his ass dashing to the LOS, putting the ball down and trying to fly out of the way to let NE do their thing.

    Again, I have no problem with that, it's good tactics by NE IMHO.

    BUT (Beau's big butt), why weren't the officials providing the same set-up/spot of the ball for the Ravens? I can recall several times where Rice, Pierce and a few other guys were standing near where they were tackled, wanted to get the ball to the official(s) to spot it, and they were looking...and loooking. and loooooking....and no official in sight! Seemed kinda weird, especially one time where Rice got up after one carry and started spinning around in search of anyone to spot the ball.




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    How about Brady falling to the turf like a pussy when he brushed against that ref's elbow? That was almost as bad as Sanchez's "butt fumble"!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Teavo View Post
    I was apoplectic over that, especially after the Ravens had been flagged for, I think, three personal fouls already by that point, all of which were not half as severe as this.

    Then Pitta comes back and scores a TD on the very next play. Dennis Pitta, sir, I tip my hat to you. Way to play tough.
    And I think Coach Harbaugh was about to blow a fuse on the sideline after that non-call. (He was also "perplexed" at how, with 2:05 left in the game, a play could be run that took more than 3 seconds, yet the clock only went down to 2:02.)




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    Quote Originally Posted by Gronkey Kong View Post
    Jesus Christ with the cheating shit again. It may have been a dirty play, intentional or not. Maybe it warranted a penalty, maybe not. But it was ONE play. I doubt Brady is enough of an athletic kickboxer to aim specifically at Ed Reed's knee on a designed "Hey guys I'm gonna scramble and blow his knee out" play. Freak accident if any injury came of it.
    I think someone is due a timeout.
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  14. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Fan Dan View Post
    We all knew that the Ravens would havce to beat both the Patriots and the Refs and it was clearly illustrated before a National TV audience tonight.

    Our guy hits their receiver with his shoulder and draws a personal foul.
    Their QB tries to denut Ed Reed and there is no flag.
    Dennis Pitta gets his head completely jerked backwards from a blatant head to head hit and there is no call.

    The Cheatriots and the NFL should be asshamed of themselves.

    I imagine that the NFL will fine the guy who jacked Pitta up. However, the disparity of these "defensless receiver" calls this season should merit an apology from the NFL, and the Patriot organization should be exposed as the pitiful cheating bastards that they are.

    The whole world saw it Mr. Goodell and Mr. Kraft. You can deny it all you want but both of you are fucking liars and we're going to the Super Bowl despite your best efforts to cheat us out of it.

    Go Ravens!!!
    And don't forget the magical time clock. You remember, right? It was 2:05, they ran a play that took more than 3 seconds, yet after the player went out of bounds, there were still 2 seconds left before the 2 minute warning. How is THAT possible? Coach Harbaugh sure wanted to know. What a truly magical place it is up there in razor stadium, Foxborough Mass.




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    Re: The Brady Kick

    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule21215 View Post
    And I think Coach Harbaugh was about to blow a fuse on the sideline after that non-call. (He was also "perplexed" at how, with 2:05 left in the game, a play could be run that took more than 3 seconds, yet the clock only went down to 2:02.)
    There was also a Flacco run/sack where the clock stopped even though he was tackled in bounds. Amazing.




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