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Old 02-03-2013, 11:29 PM
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Agreed. Not to mention the running into the kicker that should have been roughing. I wasn't a fan of the FG at the end of the half. A TD in either of those situations results in a game winning FG for the 49ers.

Not to mention that both teams were off the field for the power outage. The 49ers came back and outplayed the Ravens in the 3rd quarter.
What about the blatent DPI no call on Culliver in the first half? I don't see anybody complaining about that.

A play stoppage is obviously worse for the team that has momentum. San Fran was getting destroyed, and a long play stoppage for them to regroup and to get the Ravens to relax played into their interest. You don't see basketball coaches calling for time outs when their team is in the middle of a run. It's the oppossing coach that calls for time out to stop the other team's momentum.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:29 PM
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In fairness, the 9'ers had it first and goal from the 7-8 yard line, and simply weren't good enough to punch it in. You could have called holding on Smith and you could have called a push off on Crabtree.

The Ravens did get the better end of the calls at the end, but being fair, they did less to affect the game than the power outage that killed their momentum and let San Fran crawl back into the game. Without that, this wouldn't have even been a game. The 9'ers would have been blown out of the building. Pure freak occurance gave them a chance to win, and they couldn't convert in the clutch.
Ravens were off sides on two of those plays, and again no call.
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Well I learned something new tonight thanks to the refs on the first penalty of the game (wide receiver covering the tight end on the line of scrimmage is a penalty?) Really never heard that one before.......sort of set the tone for the wonderful officiating that followed. Weird Super Bowl and I'm glad it's over. Now we can concentrate on how to play the perfect game in next year's Super Bowl when the Bengals play the Niners........and the refs.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:31 PM
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get real the ravens owned the 49ers and completely dominated them this game should have never been this close. by the way what about the tackle on bernard peirce? or when number 49 on the 49ers i think bruce miller did his best albert haynesworth impression he should have been ejected early in the game
Or how about when the ravens player shoved the ref during one of the brawls and stayed in the game? Or when a ravens player is actually holding on to someone at the waste from behind for a good 5 seconds and never got a call? Or the fact that the ravens defender maintained contact well after 5 yards in the end zone and never so much as looked for the ball? Those are just the ones that stand out that were blatantly obvious. I wasn't even rooting for the 9ers, because I didn't wanna see either team win, but the officiating was very one sided and ridiculous.

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Old 02-03-2013, 11:32 PM
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Ravens were off sides on two of those plays, and again no call.
Uh-huh, and I supposse next you're going to tell me that Ray Lewis punched Kaepernick in the throat on 3rd down and that's why his 4th down pass was off.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:33 PM
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What about the blatent DPI no call on Culliver in the first half? I don't see anybody complaining about that.

A play stoppage is obviously worse for the team that has momentum. San Fran was getting destroyed, and a long play stoppage for them to regroup and to get the Ravens to relax played into their interest. You don't see basketball coaches calling for time outs when their team is in the middle of a run. It's the oppossing coach that calls for time out to stop the other team's momentum.
The opposing team here didn't stop the clock. Both teams were delayed so please drop the whole BS momentum line. That's just pure speculation and will never be anything more. The missed call on 4th and goal was just that a missed call. Nothing says if that's called the 49ers go on to win but its far more realistic than that momentum crap you keep spewing.
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Well I learned something new tonight thanks to the refs on the first penalty of the game (wide receiver covering the tight end on the line of scrimmage is a penalty?) Really never heard that one before.......sort of set the tone for the wonderful officiating that followed. Weird Super Bowl and I'm glad it's over. Now we can concentrate on how to play the perfect game in next year's Super Bowl when the Bengals play the Niners........and the refs.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:34 PM
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Or how about when the ravens player shoved the ref during one of the brawls and stayed in the game? Or when a ravens player is actually holding on to someone at the waste from behind for a good 5 seconds and never got a call? Or the fact that the ravens defender maintained contact well after 5 yards in the end zone and never so much as looked for the ball? Those are just the ones that stand out that were blatantly obvious. I wasn't even rooting for the 9ers, because I didn't wanna see either team win, but the officiating was very one sided and ridiculous.

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The Ravens were called for 20 yards worth of penalties and the 49'ers 33...yeah, blatently one-sided. They let both sides play.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:34 PM
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get real the ravens owned the 49ers and completely dominated them this game should have never been this close. by the way what about the tackle on bernard peirce? or when number 49 on the 49ers i think bruce miller did his best albert haynesworth impression he should have been ejected early in the game
That was #29...of the Ravens.

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Old 02-03-2013, 11:35 PM
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What about the blatent DPI no call on Culliver in the first half? I don't see anybody complaining about that.

A play stoppage is obviously worse for the team that has momentum. San Fran was getting destroyed, and a long play stoppage for them to regroup and to get the Ravens to relax played into their interest. You don't see basketball coaches calling for time outs when their team is in the middle of a run. It's the oppossing coach that calls for time out to stop the other team's momentum.
You also forget to mention the momentum swing when James fumble was improperly called a fumble when it should have been forward progress and 49ers ball. That was at least a 10 pt swing.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:38 PM
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The opposing team here didn't stop the clock. Both teams were delayed so please drop the whole BS momentum line. That's just pure speculation and will never be anything more. The missed call on 4th and goal was just that a missed call. Nothing says if that's called the 49ers go on to win but its far more realistic than that momentum crap you keep spewing.
Speculation, really? Ok, well it's pure speculation on your part that the 49'ers could have scored AND held Baltimore to no points on offense when they got the ball back. But seriously, if you don't understand the effect of momentum in sports, then you really don't have a clue what you're talking about, anyways.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:39 PM
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You also forget to mention the momentum swing when James fumble was improperly called a fumble when it should have been forward progress and 49ers ball. That was at least a 10 pt swing.
He was falling forward when the ball was knocked out. Sorry, I wasn't watching the game with 49'ers colored glasses on.
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you better listen to him. Who knows referee favoritism better than steeler fans?
Truth, steeler fans complaining about ref calls is so funny. Oh by the way, Seattle called and they say STFU!!!
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The Ravens were called for 20 yards worth of penalties and the 49'ers 33...yeah, blatently one-sided. They let both sides play.
Yeah and if you look at the situations in which the penalties were called you'd see they were in key drive sustaining or drive ending situations that favored the ravens. Keep dodging the fact that the only call that matters is the one that wasn't made at the end of the game was a blatant missed call. Regardless of everything else that was a definition of what that penalty was created to prevent.

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The Ravens were called for 20 yards worth of penalties and the 49'ers 33...yeah, blatently one-sided. They let both sides play.
I'm referring to the lack of calls against the ravens. If one team is playing dirty, and the other is not, the totals should not even be close. But have fun making excuses for your ravens. Congrats on your team buying a superbowl victory.

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Truth, steeler fans complaining about ref calls is so funny. Oh by the way, Seattle called and they say STFU!!!
Such language from a "lady".

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He was falling forward when the ball was knocked out. Sorry, I wasn't watching the game with 49'ers colored glasses on.
Wtf...no he wasn't. He hit a certain point and was knocked back 2 yards by the first defender. Then as he was getting tackled backwards the next defender coming from the defensive side of the ball (where forward progress was stopped) and knocked the ball loose. Was most definitely a missed forward progress call.
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The Ravens were called for 20 yards worth of penalties and the 49'ers 33...yeah, blatently one-sided. They let both sides play.
As we here so often around here...its WHEN the calls are made.

One that give the Ravens a 1st down on a third down. One that isn't made (iff sides) that would have helped the 49ers and one that isn't made (DPI on 4th down) that would have given the 49ers a legit chance to score.

Plus the Ravens player NOT being ejected for shoving an official.
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Yeah and if you look at the situations in which the penalties were called you'd see they were in key drive sustaining or drive ending situations that favored the refs. Keep dodging the fact that the only call that matters is the one that wasn't made at the end of the game was a blatant missed call. Regardless of everything else that was a definition of what that penalty was created to prevent.
News flash, right or wrong, zebras in sports swallow their whistles at the end of games. Unless a player gets a blatent advantage, it's not going to get called most times. The Ravens didn't get a blatent advantage because Crabtree was pushing off like a madman with his hand on the Raven's defender's helmet. By the book, it's offsetting penalties and the 9'ers get one more shot, not a new set of downs. Or, the ref can do what they did and just let them sort it out on the field.
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News flash, right or wrong, zebras in sports swallow their whistles at the end of games. Unless a player gets a blatent advantage, it's not going to get called most times. The Ravens didn't get a blatent advantage because Crabtree was pushing off like a madman with his hand on the Raven's defender's helmet. By the book, it's offsetting penalties and the 9'ers get one more shot, not a new set of downs. Or, the ref can do what they did and just let them sort it out on the field.


Yeah...not blatant at all.
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As we here so often around here...its WHEN the calls are made.

One that give the Ravens a 1st down on a third down. One that isn't made (iff sides) that would have helped the 49ers and one that isn't made (DPI on 4th down) that would have given the 49ers a legit chance to score.

Plus the Ravens player NOT being ejected for shoving an official.
And don't forget the OPI on 4th down that offests the DPI call you're complaining about. Or the DPI call on Culliver earlier on, the multiple holding calls that could have been called on BOTH OL's, the 22 personal fouls that could have been called in the pile up, etc, etc...
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And don't forget the OPI on 4th down that offests the DPI call you're complaining about. Or the DPI call on Culliver earlier on, the multiple holding calls that could have been called on BOTH OL's, the 22 personal fouls that could have been called in the pile up, etc, etc...
There's no such thing as offsetting penalties on two players involved in a pass. The penalty is on the player that initiated the contact.
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Yeah...not blatant at all.
And Crabtree blatently pushed off, so what's your point, exactly? Besides which, don't you Steeler fans always cry because the offense gets all the calls and they won't let the defense play?
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And Crabtree blatently pushed off, so what's your point, exactly? Besides which, don't you Steeler fans always cry because the offense gets all the calls and they won't let the defense play?
And don't the refs always give the call to the receiver?

Well unless its important...LOL!

The refs had an awful time of it. Non-calls and bad calls. And they only made like 5 call total! LOL! Not even ONE offensive holding?
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