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Old 02-03-2013, 11:54 PM
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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?
Hmmm. I wonder what reason Crabtree had for pushing off when the defender had a grab of the back of his jersey despite being in the front...
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:57 PM
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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.
Who falls flat on their tail after the contact? Crabtree has his hand shoving off in Smith's facemask as Smith is trying to grab him.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:58 PM
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Hmmm. I wonder what reason Crabtree had for pushing off when the defender had a grab of the back of his jersey despite being in the front...
He obviously didn't have that good of a grip if he fell flat on his back.
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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...
Sorry but there was no OPI on that play. Maybe the one you are thinking about is when Torrey Smith tackled the defenders head before the ball got there. Not 1 penalty against the Ravens sustained a 49ers drive. Nor was there a no call that was blatantly missed that resulted in a drive ending.

It doesn't matter what time of the game it was. The rules do not specify how loose or tight a game is called based upon what time it is. The hold couldn't have been more blatant unless he tackled the receiver. The ref made the decision before the play that no matter what he is not throwing a flag and Smith held and never even made an attempt to legally cover Crabtree.

Spin it all you want but the proof is in the pudding. The picture posted above in another post says it all.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:02 AM
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He obviously didn't have that good of a grip if he fell flat on his back.
That's what happens when you are hugging somebody while they are running full speed.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:03 AM
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He obviously didn't have that good of a grip if he fell flat on his back.
Actually it makes more sense that he fell on his back because of the grip. A legal play on Crabtree dictates Smith turns his shoulders and runs with Crabtree. A hold dictates he's squared up and arms locked on both sides with pressure applied directly from the front. You can call it press if you want but he fell when in the end zone so that becomes illegal contact after 5 yards.

Spin it all you want but it was a gift. A game called to the letter of the rules and we most likely would be taking about a 6th Championship for the 49ers.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:08 AM
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Who falls flat on their tail after the contact? Crabtree has his hand shoving off in Smith's facemask as Smith is trying to grab him.
When the defender grabs the receiver, a flag should be thrown, regardless of if it's the first play or one of the last. There is no offsetting penalties on a receiver and defender involved in the pass.

If it's felt that Crabtree initiated the contact by shoving off, then the defender grabs him, it's OPI. But it's never off-setting.
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The refs were so bad, they didnt even eject players for shoving them.

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Old 02-04-2013, 12:48 AM
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The PI that kept Baltimore's drive alive was FAR more blatent than the call on Smith in the end zone, and neither is a big call if Baltimore continues steamrolling the 9'ers as they did pre-blackout.
This is the dumbest crap I have ever heard.

Are you for real man? Seriously? Dumbest ***** excuse I have ever seen.

Let me get this straight, you're using a power outage as an excuse for 53 millionaires who are paid to perform? Really now?

Even though I did not watch the game, I bet the 49ers also had to deal with the power outage.

YET, somehow it only effected one team, and miraculously benefited another right?

Just want to make sure were on the same page here. Hey maybe the 49ers had some deer antler spray to help them out during the blackout.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:01 AM
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Best outcome: Light are still off.

2nd best outcome: Ravens win with bad calls.

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Yep...they called DPI for the Ravens on the previous drive...and put the flags in their pocket for the rest of the game.

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Old 02-04-2013, 01:04 AM
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Yeah...not blatant at all.
How about the block in the back on the famous 100 yard pick six in 43



Yeah...not blatant at all.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:06 AM
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The refs were so bad, they didnt even eject players for shoving them.


Refs were bad in this Superbowl also.

How about the block in the back on the famous 100 yard pick six 43

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Old 02-04-2013, 02:26 AM
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People are complaining that the 49ers didn't get a PI call on 4th down at the end of the game? How about when SF screwed Atlanta by doing the same thing to them and mugging Roddy White?
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:05 AM
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Refs were bad in this Superbowl also.

How about the block in the back on the famous 100 yard pick six 43

Perhaps you should look up the rules
That was an INT return and perfectly legal.


Block in the back is on kick return/punt returns. You literally just quoted an entirely legal play and block. Absolutely nothing illegal with that play
Shoot, if that was illegal over half of the runningback touchdowns this season would be illegal

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Old 02-04-2013, 07:05 AM
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Flacco made the plays I give him that. One thing I'm still not sure about though is he that great or just the luckiest QB to ever play the game, if luck is what you would call it. I have never see an NFL QB just heave the ball down field and have his receivers come down with it as much as Flacco, and he has done it most of the year. Its like he has a 75% completion rate for hail mary passes. His receivers are great at going up and getting the ball.. Wide open receivers 40 yards down field. Amazing. Or is it luck? I dunno.
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:13 AM
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People are complaining that the 49ers didn't get a PI call on 4th down at the end of the game? How about when SF screwed Atlanta by doing the same thing to them and mugging Roddy White?
And the Ravens would not have been there but for the "Flacco Fluke" in Denver.
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:35 AM
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Spokesperson for the refs association said the flag should have been thrown if the ball was catchable. In their eyes the ball was over thrown, and clearly not catchable. No flag was warranted. It comes down to the fact that even if Smith gets beat, Crabtree had zero chance of a reception.

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Congrats to the the Ravens for accomplishing something we couldn't..beating the 49'rs in the SuperBowl. All penaltys aside it was a great game and I hope San Fran really feels the sting of losing the big one....It stinks.
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Spokesperson for the refs association said the flag should have been thrown if the ball was catchable. In their eyes the ball was over thrown, and clearly not catchable. No flag was warranted. It comes down to the fact that even if Smith gets beat, Crabtree had zero chance of a reception.

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Really? Because even after the hold he was almost there. I'm talking like 3 feet away. I'm calling bs on this one. It's not just that one play, I've never seen a more blatant hold in my life, and it wasn't called. Ravens didn't deserve the win. Complete bs.

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I've become very cynical about the NFL these past couple of years. You had an emotional game with Ray Ray retiring, not surprised SF had calls against them, much like Seattle in XL.
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:34 AM
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Really? Because even after the hold he was almost there. I'm talking like 3 feet away. I'm calling bs on this one. It's not just that one play, I've never seen a more blatant hold in my life, and it wasn't called. Ravens didn't deserve the win. Complete bs.

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I've become very cynical about the NFL these past couple of years. You had an emotional game with Ray Ray retiring, not surprised SF had calls against them, much like Seattle in XL.
LOL...Haters always going to Hate....I love it!!

Please explain why on 3rd and Goal at the 1 yard line, when Joe play fakes, rolls right out of the pocket and gets hit three yards out of bounds and that wasn't flagged for late hit or roughing the QB? That was a 4 point swing. If called properly, then we are first and goal at the 1/2 yard line. Nobody remembers that...well not the haters.
Bad calls/No calls throughout the entire game.

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Hey Pittsburgh, Seattle called and said shut up.
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Hey Pittsburgh, Seattle called and said shut up.
Hey Cinci, everyone called and laughed.
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