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  1. #16
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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call



    The non call on the 4th and goal was correct. Officials rarely throw a flag on an uncatchable ball, and really it was legal anyway as it was within five yards initially, and then it was kind of mutual pushing and pulling for a yard or so after, but the ball was not catchable in bound.




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    The NFL Network guys backed the no call. Saying it wasn't catchable and Crabtree started the contact.




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    Quote Originally Posted by scbgirlxo View Post
    The NFL Network guys backed the no call. Saying it wasn't catchable and Crabtree started the contact.
    That's how it should be. You don't give the Super Bowl to a team on a ticky tack call.


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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    That's how it should be. You don't give the Super Bowl to a team on a ticky tack call.


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    Exactly.




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    No apologies necessary from you - you're the author, BRAFootball - of one of the baddest blogs out there
    Hahaha, thanks dude!!!




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    John HARBs just said Jim HARBs is the best coach in the NFL-lol.
    Yeah....I heard him say that too. He IS the older brother and he surely knows what a whiney, bitchy, baby he is. Pretty sure he's just trying to keep peace within his own family and seriously massage his brother's huge ego.....all the while, taking the high road. Who's the better coach now?
    Superman wears Flacco PJ's to bed!....




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by alien bird View Post
    I said it in another thread, but I think it was Steve Young who said you don't bail out a team with a questionable call on a bad play. If anyone from San Francisco wants to complain about the loss, blame it on Jim Harbaugh for some really strange calls on those last four plays.
    Dilfer made that statement on ESPN, not sure if Young did the same. He pointed out the lack of call on the late hit on Flacco and how that could have changed things and he was glad the refs didn't bail out the 49ers on a bad play.




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    YOu guys were definitely a team of destiny. You guys seemed to get all the calls your way on this run.

    Congrats, but I don't ever want to hear Ravens fans cry about officiating.




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    Congrats, but I don't ever want to hear Ravens fans cry about officiating.
    No offense, but this statement is laughable coming from a Pats fan.
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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreravengirl View Post
    No offense, but this statement is laughable coming from a Pats fan.
    I don't cry about officiating because I know we get calls our way. However, everytime I try to listen to talk radio after a Ravens game, it's fans complaining about refs cheating them.

    There were so many blatant calls that didn't get called. That PI that didn't get called aside, the most blatant one was this. That 49er was getting mugged right at the point of attack:





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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    ^ What exactly are we supposed to see here?

    And by the way, "you seemed to get all the calls your way on this run" is the bitterest congrats I have heard yet. Not sure if I should have expected better.

    Please name all the pro-Ravens egregious calls that gave us this Super Bowl win.

    Please tell us how sitting in a dark stadium for 30 minutes after we had gained all momentum was a call that went our way.




  12. #27

    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    ^ What exactly are we supposed to see here?

    And by the way, "you seemed to get all the calls your way on this run" is the bitterest congrats I have heard yet. Not sure if I should have expected better.

    Please name all the pro-Ravens egregious calls that gave us this Super Bowl win.

    Please tell us how sitting in a dark stadium for 30 minutes after we had gained all momentum was a call that went our way.
    You don't see the two Raven holding the 49er player? One guys' arms are wrapped around him. It was evident on live tv.

    Noting bittersweet about the congrats. When the Pats won in 2001, we got all the calls our way and got away with mugging the crap out of the Rams in the SB.




  13. #28

    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    YOu guys were definitely a team of destiny. You guys seemed to get all the calls your way on this run.
    If you can't admit that the Ravens won because they played better football, you're just another Masshole, even if you live in MD.




  14. #29

    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    About the officiating

    Most of the analyst agreed that during the Super Bowl certain calls that get called during the season don't get called in the Super Bowl because the refs want as little of the game decided by them as possible.

    Marshall Faulk brought up a good point that the officiating was consistent, they let the DB's from both teams get physical and as a WR it's your job to make an adjustment to being touched for the first time seemingly all year.

    A holding on a kick return......really? It's like calling a holding on the OL, you could call one every play if you wanted.




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    Re: A couple big things: the power outage and the 4th & Goal no-holding call

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan in MD View Post
    When the Pats won in 2001, we got all the calls our way and got away with mugging the crap out of the Rams in the SB.
    I again ask you to name all the egregious pro-Ravens calls that got us this Super Bowl win. Since you keep harping on this, you must be able to name a few off the top of your head. They sound fresh in your mind. And yes, you sound bitterly eager to downplay/smirk at the win in any way you can.

    And that looks like a front-and-side block to me on the kickoff.




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