DOLPHINS: NFL pulling for NY?
cheesefrog at usa.net
Mon Jan 12 00:19:00 GMT 2009
I don't really understand why any football fan wouldn't want to watch the
playoffs. Not only have there been some great games because of the intensity
level, but I think it's instrumental in realizing where the Dolphins need to
go in order to get to the next level.
Now Phil Simms says that a PI call in the end zone on a bomb by Big Ben was a
great call, when on the replay I didn't see anything at all that justified it.
Phil's gone one toke over the line.
Theres 12 minutes left but this game is over. I sure wouldn't miss next
week's Steelers-Ravens game because that is going to be the nastiest brawls
you've ever seen. (2 dirtiest teams in the league IMO)
------ Original Message ------
From: Gmail <ldouglas at gmail.com>
> is it bad that I've checked out of the playoffs - I've only been
> watching these games a piece at a time.
> On 1/11/09, Danny Nelson <cheesefrog at usa.net> wrote:
> > I'm not sure if this was favoritism but I thought it curious that the
> > allowed an injury timeout when Justin Tuck faked not being able to get
> > the
> > field. Tuck was limping off the field fairly easily, and as he
> > the
> > Giants sideline Antionio Pierce intercepted Tuck and ordered him to go
> > on
> > the field. You could even see Pierce repeatedly pointing down at the
> > as he approached Tuck. So Tuck goes to a knee and then rolls onto his
> > while the Giants defense regroups. When the telecast came out of the
> > commercial they showed Tuck on the sideline laughing. Maybe none of the
> > refs
> > saw it, or maybe there's nothing they could have done anyway, but it was
> > pretty obvious fake job.
> > One instance where the Giants did get screwed IMO was at the 2 minute
> > warning
> > in the first half. The Giants got the snap off right as the clock went
> > 2:01 to 2:00 and Jacobs got 5 yards. Then during the commercial break
> > refs somehow decided that they didn't get the play off on time. I have a
> > hard
> > time seeing how you can go back and change that after the play when it
> > never called on the field.
> > And what a terrible challenge call by Coughlin. Interesting that Norv
> > Turner
> > made a similar call in the next game. What are these guys thinking?
> > Of course Phil Simms actually said it was a good challenge, which makes
> > sense because it wasn't even close. Then again, Simms also said that
> > Vincent
> > Jackson was the one who may have interfered on his TD catch, even after
> > multiple replays which clearly showed the defender's hand wrapped around
> > Vincent's arm. I don't know what Phil's smoking but Ricky and I want
> > ------ Original Message ------
> > From: "Rick" <mroz66 at comcast.net>
> >> seemed to me that the Ref's were giving the Giants every break they
> >> On one play the refs measured for a 1st down, when the ref grabbed the
> >> chain
> >> to re-spot the ball he moved his hand about 6 inches down the chain.
> >> also gave Jacobs a great spot on a 4th down play. The reversal of the
> >> call against Webster was also BS.
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