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OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:02 pm
  • It is certainly easy to understand why the Packers win most of their home games.....
    they are allowed extra players on the field - wearing black & white stripes with yellow flags in their pockets where they keep them when Packers create penalties.

    What a joke the Packers are!!!!
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:39 pm
  • It's not GB's fault the zebras were pure dog crap today.
    They were just the beneficiaries of the gifts. The NFL has a lot of explaining to do over this game.

    I fully expect a "oppsie, we goofed, so sorry" coming from the league offices early in the week.
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:40 pm
  • The officiating was terrible.

    At least 4 bad calls / non-calls.
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:22 pm
  • Packer fans won't be crying any tears for the Seahawks tonight because those with ANY memory whatsoever would remember that the Seahawks benefited from quite a few questionable calls against the Packers in games in Seattle. Referees are human and the mistakes have a way of evening out. The Packers were the more physical and prepared team today and beat The Hawks at their own game. They out beasted the Hawks. Losers whine about officiating. Winners fix their problems and show up ready to play against the Niners.
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:34 pm
  • Glasses? Where were their white canes? When Blandino and Piera state it was an awful call, you know it was BAD!


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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:40 am
  • Enough of these crap calls, if refs have booth review and ask headquarters for their opinion during the game how can these types of calls stand? You'd think the home office would sound an alarm. After the 2005 SB I felt the NFL was the new WWF, makes you wonder, just how dirty is the NFL?

    I mean to wait the whole off season for this ... wth :rumble:
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:49 pm
  • Cc5674 wrote:Packer fans won't be crying any tears for the Seahawks tonight because those with ANY memory whatsoever would remember that the Seahawks benefited from quite a few questionable calls against the Packers in games in Seattle. Referees are human and the mistakes have a way of evening out. The Packers were the more physical and prepared team today and beat The Hawks at their own game. They out beasted the Hawks. Losers whine about officiating. Winners fix their problems and show up ready to play against the Niners.



    Very true, but the overinvolvement of officiating takes away from actually wanting to watch football in general. I haven't watched the NBA in years for the very same reason.
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:07 pm
  • OneLofaTatupu wrote:
    Cc5674 wrote:Packer fans won't be crying any tears for the Seahawks tonight because those with ANY memory whatsoever would remember that the Seahawks benefited from quite a few questionable calls against the Packers in games in Seattle. Referees are human and the mistakes have a way of evening out. The Packers were the more physical and prepared team today and beat The Hawks at their own game. They out beasted the Hawks. Losers whine about officiating. Winners fix their problems and show up ready to play against the Niners.



    Very true, but the overinvolvement of officiating takes away from actually wanting to watch football in general. I haven't watched the NBA in years for the very same reason.


    Good point. It's like their ego overrides everything and they "know" how a game should turn out.

    The referee that made the calls against Lane and Avril looked pissed off, as if the INT and TD somehow was a slap in the face to him. :snack:
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:56 pm
  • I'd quite happily give him a S.I.T.F.,if thats what he recquires.
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Re: OFFICIALS NEED NEW GLASSES
Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:01 pm
  • Yes there was horrible calls and the Packers were holding the whole game but in Seattle the calls would be different.
    It's called "home cooking" on opening day.
    I hate it as we should have won ugly.
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