Every Bad Call in the Green Bay Vs Seattle game

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  • There is alot more bad calls then went in GreenBays way, and some went our way also.

    But i felt like GreenBay got all the big breaks though.
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  • No offense. But who cares?
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  • JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?



    You might go easy on this relatively new poster, JSeahawks. There are some folk who take a little longer for the "lights to come on". You and I have beat on this subject all September and October.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?


    :229031_shrug:
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  • JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?



    Just thought it was interesting on how the media in general cries about the Fail Mary but there is clearly benefiting from bad calls through out the entire game.
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  • This post is approximately 10 weeks late.
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  • Or 2-3 weeks early. If Hawks end up going up against the Packers in the playoffs, this topic will be THE Story!
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  • I had to listen to a Packer fan whining about the inter-catch yesterday, and another earlier today. The subject hasn't exactly been swept under the fridge. On a positive note, both said they didn't want to play us again, even at Lambeau.

    Thanks for the contribution Axx. Clearly your intentions were good.
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  • Nobody is gonna spin it this way even though it's the truth
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  • JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?


    If we would have lost that game I'd say damn near everybody around here would STILL care. it was a horribly officiated game from start to finish, not just 1 play.
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  • i find it really interesting, especially as playoff seeding is being decided and I keep hearing the gripe of the unhappy Packer fans, who think they have been ripped off out of the #1 seed and blah blah blah. I don't know what their complaint is still.

    I still have no respect for the "real refs" for not saying anything to defend the refs who stepped in and have had their lives threatened. Either they thought they did a bad job and are grateful for making them look good and getting them their contract, or they feel that all refs have a hard job and will make mistakes and it isn't worth threatening somebody's life over. Just shows the lack of class in the Ed Hochuli and Mike Carey's of the world. I can't wait until their next contract is up and they get locked out permanently like baseball did a few years back. It was great. The umps all busted their union and handed in their resignations. Baseball pulled a fast one and accepted resignations of the umps that they felt had done a poor job and put themselves in the spotlight too much, and then refused the resignations of the umps that were still younger, had some upside, and weren't always interjecting themselves into the game. Hopefully this happens with football and a lot of these fools get scrapped and we can start over with some good athletes who understand the game, played the game (I say at least college level players), and have to pass physical fitness testing like soccer refs have to. They are tested frequently, and if they can't run a certain amount of distance in a certain amount of time (they typically have to cover between 7-10 miles in a game) then they are suspended. If they fail a fitness test again then they are sacked.
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  • And watching that highlght video showed me just how bad of a game Gruden had. I think he forgot that he wasn't a coach for the Packers anymore. It's almost hilarious how a really interesting roughing the passer is called on Bobby Wagner as he shoots through the line and is getting pushed to the ground and wraps up Rodgers legs. Gruden says "You have to call that every time, when you go low on a QB, that's a penalty every single time." Then of course RW throws an INT and #93 does the exact same thing, only MORE blatant (he's not getting pushed, he just launches into Russ's knee) and then Gruden just seems confused by the call with all of this, "I don't know about that" and "Harumppph" bullcrap. It is pretty interesting how his thoughts on certain calls seem to morph depending on who the call is on and how he feels at that particular moment. I didn't notice it as much until I saw them clumped together, but he is obviously switching up his opinion within the very same game on what is and what isn't a penalty "every time".
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  • JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?


    Jeez dude, did somebody pee in your cornflakes this morning?
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  • Bigpumpkin wrote:
    JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?



    You might go easy on this relatively new poster, JSeahawks. There are some folk who take a little longer for the "lights to come on". You and I have beat on this subject all September and October.


    I care. it was a good post, sorry to the 'elite' who have spent so much more of their time on the site. what did all that 'beating' of the subject get you back then? jeesh. hopefully all of your posts 3,200 posts ago were up to kearly's caliber or if they were not I hope you were dutifully chastised with highbrow comments to the pedigree of "lights coming on" douschebaggery.
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  • SharkHawk wrote:i find it really interesting, especially as playoff seeding is being decided and I keep hearing the gripe of the unhappy Packer fans, who think they have been ripped off out of the #1 seed and blah blah blah. I don't know what their complaint is still.

    I still have no respect for the "real refs" for not saying anything to defend the refs who stepped in and have had their lives threatened. Either they thought they did a bad job and are grateful for making them look good and getting them their contract, or they feel that all refs have a hard job and will make mistakes and it isn't worth threatening somebody's life over. Just shows the lack of class in the Ed Hochuli and Mike Carey's of the world. I can't wait until their next contract is up and they get locked out permanently like baseball did a few years back. It was great. The umps all busted their union and handed in their resignations. Baseball pulled a fast one and accepted resignations of the umps that they felt had done a poor job and put themselves in the spotlight too much, and then refused the resignations of the umps that were still younger, had some upside, and weren't always interjecting themselves into the game. Hopefully this happens with football and a lot of these fools get scrapped and we can start over with some good athletes who understand the game, played the game (I say at least college level players), and have to pass physical fitness testing like soccer refs have to. They are tested frequently, and if they can't run a certain amount of distance in a certain amount of time (they typically have to cover between 7-10 miles in a game) then they are suspended. If they fail a fitness test again then they are sacked.


    Agreed. There's is a physically demanding job. Not intended for bank managers and the likes. The NBA officials blow a whistle every time they need a blow. The fans deserve better.

    The NFL should grab ex olympians from around the globe. Obviously English speakers. Train them every nuance of the game, then plug them in, paying them based on performance and accuracy of calls. This way they can actually keep up with the action and there should no bias ie: line judge that grew up in Pittsburgh (etc.). It's a thought. Perhaps not a good one but....
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  • GeekHawk wrote:
    JSeahawks wrote:No offense. But who cares?


    Jeez dude, did somebody pee in your cornflakes this morning?


    Naw, Geek. He just eats his cornflakes that way, nasty i know, but whatcha gonna do.

    Cut the OP some slack J.

    Just because he ain't got 50,000,000 posts yet, doesn't mean his question isn't valid. You should know that.
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  • Forget Goldengate, it should have been the other 59 minutes of the game that cost the replacement refs their job.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:Forget Goldengate, it should have been the other 59 minutes of the game that cost the replacement refs their job.


    ...Not to mention the Packers the game. Like I told my Packer bros, you let Rodgers get sacked 8 times in 30 minutes, don't act stunned in defeat. They actually agreed. Lombardi would have told all involved, esp. Rodgers, to STFU and play better football next time.
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  • Just goes to show, the ball don't lie. We should've won anyway.
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  • The whole "Jennings has the ball to his body" thing always bothers me. There's no where in the rule book that says a player can have more possession than another during any sort of simultaneous catch. If someone wants to argue that Tate doesn't have any bit of possession, fine, but it's just such an odd point to keep hammering home for something that isn't relevant. Either possession is simultaneous or it's not. Not to rehash that, but I haven't watched anything beyond just the catch since MNF. Whatever anyone thinks about that play, the commentators are making a somewhat misleading point that really sets the tone for public perception.
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  • Simultanious possession with the offensive player (Tate's) feet touching first, touchdown. Plain and simple. The east coast media fomented a bias and what employee wishes to travel against that grain? None. But really, who gives a shit?

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  • Gruden didn't help. He was off all game. Methinks he still has a bit o' Packer love in him and was already setting the tone for "official union" NFL referee butt-kissing early in the season preparing for his triumphant return next year. He knows he's going to need a break or two, as he left on some bad terms with a few officials when he took his broadcasting job.

    One thing about Collinsworth, is that I notice he isn't always right, but he doesn't seem to be kissing ref butt too hard. He did call them out on the Kam hit on VD last week, because he's not setting the stage for a coaching or GM position, but is still trying not to be too hard because they are there to make the league look good. I think he has found a happy medium. Gruden couldn't find a medium ground in that game. He can't handle close games either, because then he doesn't know what team to saddle up and ride all day either. Smart guy.... but gets a little too over the top when calling a game. Look at the video at the 5:17 or so mark and the call on Chancellor. Absolutely pathetic. Why that wasn't talked about for the next 6 weeks by the national media I'm not sure. I think all NFL refs should be REQUIRED to watch Chancellor play safety and see that this is how a safety plays within the rules and still gets bad calls against him and THIS is where refs need to adjust.
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  • The one thing I notice is that is sounds like a home game for the Packers and listening to the announcers perform fellatio to all things Green Bay.-Browner made some outstanding plays that won that game for us.
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