This thought actually occurred to me and then I immediately dismissed it as paranoid.chris98251 wrote:Anyone wonder why all of a sudden the fines, calls on us, the sudden testing and findings of drugs and attention has been on the extreme negitive since that 49er game?
Twisted wrote:JKent82 wrote:Yay NFL!
Pretty sad they still went and fined him for it. There's something wrong with the process. Anybody have a .gif of the "hit"? It was like the least malicious thing ever.
ok good people this is where you explain to me how the NFL is NOT trying to push the niners into the superbowl and hold back any team that poses a threat, drug tests? fines? sure I'm just paranoid.. lol
I've seen way worse hits from niners that didn't even draw a flag..
gonna say it again, "the league is a JOKE in terms of officiating and rules"
there's a huge problem with the officiating and penalties especially when it comes to CONSISTENCY!!!
but just be quiet about it people, sit down like good little sheep and ignore the corruption and bias, after all its good for you.
FlyingGreg wrote:NFL is really heading towards a big, big fall.
The continued "pussification" of the game, ungodly expensive game tickets/concessions/parking, over priced merchandise . . .
Goodell is the worst thing to happen to the league in a long, long time. He's a joke.
rastahawk wrote:There was no mallice and contact was eventually incidental due to the impossibility to alter direction while player was still in the air. I am just dumbfounded by the decision to fine.
Bakergirl wrote:The sad thing is Earl could have spent twice the money and just kicked Tannehill in the junk to get him to drop the ball. That is the joke that has become the penalty and fine system in the NFL.
Aros wrote:This bullshit is making it exponentially more and more difficult to watch and support the NFL anymore. Not just because this happened to one of our guys, but anyone in the NFL.
Let's just call it the NFFL (National Flag Football League) and be done with it.