If they call our games like the GB/SF game

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  • We win it all.

    Lots of contact both sides, no flags. I like it.
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  • I was thinking the same thing. They have been consistent both ways. Good crew.
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  • Shermans licking his chops right now
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  • I like it , let the boys play football
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  • I disagree. Sf getting away with a lot of cheap shots that they are ignoring
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  • Letting them play. I like it.
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  • I am so sick of watching the 49ers receivers cry foul after every incomplete pass.

    I am also sick of watching GB play terrible defense.
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  • And how many INT's did GB drop?
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  • They won't. I think they'll see all the calls that were "missed" and make up for it next week.
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  • Please the refs love making a habit of flagging us. We are to rough
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  • They've called very few penalties in all of the playoff games this year. While I'd love them to do the same for us, I'm sure it will be just the opposite.

    As a Seahawks fan, I don't see how you could ever hope the refs will be kind to us, especially in the playoffs.
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  • Was nice to just let them play.
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  • The Outfield wrote:They've called very few penalties in all of the playoff games this year. While I'd love them to do the same for us, I'm sure it will be just the opposite.

    As a Seahawks fan, I don't see how you could ever hope the refs will be kind to us, especially in the playoffs.



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  • LOL Seattle lost all of there games this year by getting 100 yards of penalties against them. Those games were really close. If the Refs let Seattle play football the saints game wont be close.
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  • Watch, we're going to get a flag-happy crew that calls everything.
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  • Hawkstorian wrote:We win it all.

    Lots of contact both sides, no flags. I like it.


    so true
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  • the chop block by Gore that injured that guy that Aikman called a good block was the first of a few non calls...the Krapper run on the td drive in the 4th and no call on the hold was another...
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  • It was nice not to see too many flags this weekend . I think they will let them play .
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  • Cyrus12 wrote:the chop block by Gore that injured that guy that Aikman called a good block was the first of a few non calls.


    You're talking about Staley, not Gore, I think. Also it's not a chop block. You're allowed to go low as long as the defensive player isn't previously and concurrently being engaged by another blocker.

    http://static.nfl.com/static/content/pu ... onduct.pdf

    (FWIW I think this rule should be changed, but it is the rule).
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  • Seems to be a trend...

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  • I said the same thing in the Whiners/Fudgepackers game thread. In other words, agree with you 100% 'Storian. And unlike some folks, I think there's a decent chance the refs "let 'em play" the rest of the playoffs in every game except if the Golden Boy Peyton makes it to the SB, then all bets are off.
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  • seahawksny wrote:I disagree. Sf getting away with a lot of cheap shots that they are ignoring

    Toward the end of the game I saw #94 punch at Lacey?
    Anyone see that? Full on fist punch. I saw it again on the replay and Aikeman said nada.
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  • Loved the no calls in the game. Made it so much more enjoyable to watch.
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  • It won't make me mad as much if Sherman gets called for a so-called "phantom" PI call than if when the Seahawks score & there a holding call against the offense especially if it's at a crucial moment in the game.

    I see the team having more control and responsibility in situations similar to the latter than the former.
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  • ZorntoLargent wrote:
    seahawksny wrote:I disagree. Sf getting away with a lot of cheap shots that they are ignoring

    Toward the end of the game I saw #94 punch at Lacey?
    Anyone see that? Full on fist punch. I saw it again on the replay and Aikeman said nada.

    I think he was trying to get the ball out, but in the replay it looked more like a junk punch.
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  • Yeah, was nice to see them let a team play a little. Of course, seems strange that a bunch of Packers players magically kept going out of the game with knee injuries.
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  • Don't get your hopes up too high. Most of those teams weren't penalized very heavily in the regular season. None of the playoff teams we saw this weekend were in the top 10 in most penalized teams in the league. Indy was the least penalized, Green Bay ranked 26th. Of the 8 teams that played this weekend, Cincinnati was the most penalized at #14.

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  • It's the unspoken rule of the postseason. I hope they let us play, because we're good at straddling that line. But if they don't, I just hope that they call it consistently, instead of allowing us to bump and rub on first and second downs only to bail out the other team on the money down.

    They were really eating the whistles on pretty much all of the games I saw. Bodes well for us.
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  • Attyla the Hawk wrote:It's the unspoken rule of the postseason. I hope they let us play, because we're good at straddling that line. But if they don't, I just hope that they call it consistently, instead of allowing us to bump and rub on first and second downs only to bail out the other team on the money down.

    They were really eating the whistles on pretty much all of the games I saw. Bodes well for us.


    Exactly. Refs are told to keep it quiet unless it's blatant, because NOBODY wants to be the ref that makes the call that changes the face of the playoffs. They would be the figurehead held up for what has been a crap year of officiating.

    That said, I felt the game calling was very balanced. Fans on both sides I'm sure will pick out a million examples of their team being wronged, heck I know we do, but that was a well done game.
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  • The track record with the refs over the past 10 years or so is to "let them play" during the playoffs. Unfortunately as we found out in 2005, it doesn't translate to the Super Bowl. For some reason the league likes to run a tight penalty ship for the SB, and that'll be 10 fold if we get there and have to play the Broncos or Patriots with everybody peeing all over Brady or Manning getting one more ring.
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  • I have no doubt that the Hawks will have to play thru NUMEROUS bad calls. It's part of being the Seahawks, and playing aggressive like they do. But, they'll play thru it and win.
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  • If we just play our game it should not be close enough where we have to worry about a few calls. Anyway I like how they called the game yesterday (9ers/GB). I thought it was pretty fair both ways.
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  • Who is the officiating crew for our game?
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