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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Only in position because of the Packers game

It ALWAYS goes both ways


Except the Packers game was the right call. The wrong call in that game was the phantom PI against us that kept their go ahead scoring drive alive on what would have been a 4th down.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Cant boil anything down to one play, or even one game. If thing's went how 'they're supposed to' the NFL season would be over in August. If San Fran had done what everyone expected and beat St Louis twice we wouldnt be having this convo. At the end of the day we're playoff bound with a team on a hot streak, our future is in our own hands now so GO HAWKS

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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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That's why I was so livid and critical after those losses. They hurt us, especially the Miami game, as it was late in the season. We've played about as well as a team can play since then, but it was too late.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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That's why I was so livid and critical after those losses. They hurt us, especially the Miami game, as it was late in the season. We've played about as well as a team can play since then, but it was too late.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Why? he's right!
Maybe you should "just stop"!?!?
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No, he's not right. Thinking he is is ridiculous.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Seriously I did not even think we would make it to the playoffs, so I am really happy, no loss at Clink and a playoff punched in. Really great season.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Agree, the Fins game cost us.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Things like this are an exercise in futility. Every team loses games they "shouldn't," so if we want to say things like this we need to look at the other teams and they games they dropped as well.

I remember after that game saying that a playoff team doesn't lose that game, so I'm content with where we are at.

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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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I think JSeahawks is trolling. LOL!


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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So what? I don't get the fixation on the close games we lost and not thinking about the close games we won.

It's all part of the process, I like where were at and I'm not going to play the "What if" game.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Between the 49ers and Seahawks, there are 17 different outcomes you could point to as the difference maker. The Dolphins game was just one of those outcomes.

Me, I'm taking the high road and blaming the Rams. Jeff Fisher shouldn't have taken that delay of game in OT dammit!


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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The good thing about SF @ #2 seed is we won't have to play both SF and GB. That'd be a brutal back to back on the road to the SB.

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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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cesame wrote:
Sports Hernia wrote:

Why? he's right!
Maybe you should "just stop"!?!?
The APP (Amateur Post Police) out in spades tonight !


No, he's not right. Thinking he is is ridiculous.

Yes, he IS right. You're part of the mob that should be ashamed of yourselves.

http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/co ... git/17706/

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Step One: Control

Anyways, the very first frame shows the most important element that so many have missed: Golden Tate controls the ball before Jennings.

This video from another analysis does a good job of showing the zoomed-in view, and Tate gets his left hand in between Jennings and makes the one-handed catch before Jennings closes his hands around the ball. Here is a cap from that video.


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Hardly the best quality, but you can see Jennings’ helmet and space between his hands and the ball as Tate catches it first. Here are the first four frames to show the point of first contact with the ball (click here for huge image).


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In the first frame the ball has yet to arrive. It does in the second, and it is stopped by Tate’s left hand with Jennings yet to touch it. The ball does not even move in the third and fourth frames, as Tate’s hand is holding it up the whole time as Jennings wraps his two hands around it.

Tate controls the ball with his left hand throughout the whole play. He controlled the ball even before Jennings did, because he touched it first as we have already seen. He has control, and you do not need two hands or arms for control. It is ridiculous how people are ignoring the fact that one-handed catches are made all the time.


You should read the rest, it continues showing clearly that it was a legitimate catch and even shows Tate got his feet down first as well.

You should stop it.

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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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It was a catch. Sure, there was OPI on Tate that was ignored, but so what? The refs got the catch part correct.
I'm with others, let's call it the "Wail Mary" play because of pathetic Wailing of butt-hurt Packer fans.
There was minimal media attention for the Super Bowl XL officiating debacle.
All Packers had to do was beat the Vikings today. Still wailing... hope their silly fixation with that game gets them beat against the Vikings in round 1.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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I think that Miami game kicked this team into gear honestly... the team was pisssssed after that... and Wilson knew he had to get a td in ot vs the bears because he couldnt trust the defense.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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SalishHawkFan wrote:
cesame wrote:
Sports Hernia wrote:

Why? he's right!
Maybe you should "just stop"!?!?
The APP (Amateur Post Police) out in spades tonight !


No, he's not right. Thinking he is is ridiculous.

Yes, he IS right. You're part of the mob that should be ashamed of yourselves.

http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/co ... git/17706/

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Step One: Control

Anyways, the very first frame shows the most important element that so many have missed: Golden Tate controls the ball before Jennings.

This video from another analysis does a good job of showing the zoomed-in view, and Tate gets his left hand in between Jennings and makes the one-handed catch before Jennings closes his hands around the ball. Here is a cap from that video.


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Quote:
Hardly the best quality, but you can see Jennings’ helmet and space between his hands and the ball as Tate catches it first. Here are the first four frames to show the point of first contact with the ball (click here for huge image).


Image

Quote:
In the first frame the ball has yet to arrive. It does in the second, and it is stopped by Tate’s left hand with Jennings yet to touch it. The ball does not even move in the third and fourth frames, as Tate’s hand is holding it up the whole time as Jennings wraps his two hands around it.

Tate controls the ball with his left hand throughout the whole play. He controlled the ball even before Jennings did, because he touched it first as we have already seen. He has control, and you do not need two hands or arms for control. It is ridiculous how people are ignoring the fact that one-handed catches are made all the time.


You should read the rest, it continues showing clearly that it was a legitimate catch and even shows Tate got his feet down first as well.

You should stop it.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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The Rams giving that tie game to SF is what cost us the #2 seed...

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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Sorry, your horribly pixelated photos prove nothing.

Not only was it blatant pass pass interference, it was also an interception. The only people that don't think so are Seahawks fans (shocking).


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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Let me quote from Shakespeare's Macbeth:

Shakespeare wrote:
Things without all remedy should be without regard: what's done is done.


In other words, move on already.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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We could play the what-if game all day. Honestly I think it was those losses and that 6-5 record that motivated this team to turn it around and get to 11-5. I wouldn't trade our struggles for anything.


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 Post subject: Re: The Dolphin game cost us the #2 seed.
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cesame wrote:
Sorry, your horribly pixelated photos prove nothing.

Not only was it blatant pass pass interference, it was also an interception. The only people that don't think so are Seahawks fans (shocking).



Please find one instance in the history of the NFL that an offensive pass interference has ever been called on a hail Mary and I will happily agree with you but if you can't find one then will you agree with me? If not then I think you are the one being
ridiculous and ignoring facts that are put in front of you.

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