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Old 02-04-2013, 08:09 AM
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Default So did everyone enjoy the Fixer Bowl ?

How can anybody watch that game and not tell me it was fixed for the Ravens to win ? So many uncalled penalites on the Ravens for holding, one of them on the AMAZING 108yd kickoff return by Jacoby Jones.
And the non-call in the endzone at the end of the game ?? What the heck is that ?? I mean cmon I am not a fan of either team, but the whole thing really stinks. FIXED !!!!!!!!
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:11 AM
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CONSPIRACY MUCH?
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:19 AM
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In other conspiratorial news, the third quarter power outage resulted from Beyonce plugging in her hair dryer.
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:29 AM
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In other conspiratorial news, the third quarter power outage resulted from Beyonce plugging in her hair dryer.
I thought they said it was because Phil Simms plugged in his phone charger.......
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:47 AM
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I thought they said it was because Phil Simms plugged in his phone charger.......
I heard that Jack Harbaugh made passionate plea to Archie Manning to pull the plug!
Didn't want Jim to be embarrassed.
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:52 AM
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Just like every other super bowl game....the obligatory "It was fixed!!" thread.

I would love to see the (deserved) controversy if the ref had thrown a flag. Then we'd be talking about the conspiracy the other way around.

It was a good no call.
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Old 02-04-2013, 08:56 AM
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I was too drunk to notice uncalled penalties.... I thought the black out was just me, lol.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:01 AM
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I didn't watch one down of it as I didn't want to see Ray Lewis "earn" a Super Bowl ring in his last season.

I love football, but just couldn't bring myself to watch the show, I mean game.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:14 AM
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It's been reported that Ray Lewis had his thugs positioned at the houses of the families of the referees if things didn't go his way, but since he has already got away with murder, and because they didn't want to spoil Ray's 'moment' they figured it would be worthless to try and prosecute!

BTW do you think he will wear his warrior face paint when he is interviewed and appears on countless sports shows to fill time slots until March Madness???
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:19 AM
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I'm hoping the OP wasn't being serious?

If you really watch any NFL game, you could find a penalty on what?
97% of the plays.

The last thing anyone wants, watching the SB, is the "Zebras" to be a memorable part.

Let them play!

Maybe Crabtree could have put himself in a better position?
But I guess it is easier to just say the Ref cost them the game.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:23 AM
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The real fake was the field goal kicker going down and getting to retry his field goal.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:41 AM
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the only bad call last night was the no pass interference on the 4th and goal for the 49ers. Ball was in the air, it was indeed catchable, and the defender was holding Crabtree on the sides. That and Cary Williams for Baltimore should have been ejected from the game for pushing the ref... Other than that, I'd say it was a well officiated game
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:55 AM
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the only bad call last night was the no pass interference on the 4th and goal for the 49ers. Ball was in the air, it was indeed catchable, and the defender was holding Crabtree on the sides. That and Cary Williams for Baltimore should have been ejected from the game for pushing the ref... Other than that, I'd say it was a well officiated game
Crabtree needs to be taught how to run a fade.
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:46 AM
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How can anybody watch that game and not tell me it was fixed for the Ravens to win ? So many uncalled penalites on the Ravens for holding, one of them on the AMAZING 108yd kickoff return by Jacoby Jones.
And the non-call in the endzone at the end of the game ?? What the heck is that ?? I mean cmon I am not a fan of either team, but the whole thing really stinks. FIXED !!!!!!!!
thats like saying that the Patriots won the SB after 911 due to the name of the team and standing up for their country
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:48 AM
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I still think when the Saints beat the Falcons in their return to the Superdome was completely fixed.
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:05 AM
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the only bad call last night was the no pass interference on the 4th and goal for the 49ers. Ball was in the air, it was indeed catchable, and the defender was holding Crabtree on the sides. That and Cary Williams for Baltimore should have been ejected from the game for pushing the ref... Other than that, I'd say it was a well officiated game
That ball didn't look catchable to me. He sailed it way over his head. I don't think there was any way he would've come down with it in bounds. But I guess who knows.
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the only bad call last night was the no pass interference on the 4th and goal for the 49ers. Ball was in the air, it was indeed catchable, and the defender was holding Crabtree on the sides. That and Cary Williams for Baltimore should have been ejected from the game for pushing the ref... Other than that, I'd say it was a well officiated game
The holding that wasn't called during the safety was the most atrocious non call I have ever seen. If you watch the game again, you can't miss it. Its right on camera.

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Old 02-04-2013, 11:20 AM
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How can anybody watch that game and not tell me it was fixed for the Ravens to win ? So many uncalled penalites on the Ravens for holding, one of them on the AMAZING 108yd kickoff return by Jacoby Jones.
And the non-call in the endzone at the end of the game ?? What the heck is that ?? I mean cmon I am not a fan of either team, but the whole thing really stinks. FIXED !!!!!!!!
it was like that all year for a lot of teams... The NFL Refs **** why the NFL ever signed them back on is lost to all reason expect the packers might have gotten screwed which inturn screwed everyone else.
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How can anybody watch that game and not tell me it was fixed for the Ravens to win ? So many uncalled penalites on the Ravens for holding, one of them on the AMAZING 108yd kickoff return by Jacoby Jones.
And the non-call in the endzone at the end of the game ?? What the heck is that ?? I mean cmon I am not a fan of either team, but the whole thing really stinks. FIXED !!!!!!!!
lol

I guess the Ravens fix was better than the 49er's fix on the power situation (35 minutes to rest the failing D and stop the Ravens momentum)
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That ball didn't look catchable to me. He sailed it way over his head. I don't think there was any way he would've come down with it in bounds. But I guess who knows.
Ball landed in the white outline of the endzone, he could have been in position to make the catch

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The holding that wasn't called during the safety was the most atrocious non call I have ever seen. If you watch the game again, you can't miss it. Its right on camera.

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For a team whose fans constantly blame the refs for every loss...There are an awful lot of them defending those same refs today
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For a team whose fans constantly blame the refs for every loss...There are an awful lot of them defending those same refs today
This would have been a non issue if the 49ers actually played football the first half of the game.. They shot themselves in the foot and lost 1 bad call doesnt change the other 59 minutes and 30 seconds of the game..

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This would have been a non issue if the 49ers actually played football the first half of the game.. They shot themselves in the foot and lost 1 bad call doesnt change the other 59 minutes and 30 seconds of the game..

/enough said.
I am just making a big deal about it because I live in MD, and have to hear them whine ALL THE TIME about how bad the refs are, then when things go their way..."Oh wait, the refs are great!"

The biggest problem I had was Cary Williams not getting ejected after shoving a ref.
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I am just making a big deal about it because I live in MD, and have to hear them whine ALL THE TIME about how bad the refs are, then when things go their way..."Oh wait, the refs are great!"

The biggest problem I had was Cary Williams not getting ejected after shoving a ref.
I understand packers fans are still whining about that blown call in seattle. but if they would have played better the rest the game it wouldnt have been an issue.
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I am just making a big deal about it because I live in MD, and have to hear them whine ALL THE TIME about how bad the refs are, then when things go their way..."Oh wait, the refs are great!"

The biggest problem I had was Cary Williams not getting ejected after shoving a ref.
Newsflash Buddy....Get out and see the world a little bit. You have those in EVERY Fan base to complain about refs......
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