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mesaSteeler 01-24-2012 04:22 PM

Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Champio
 
Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Championship
January 24, 2012 11:21 AM
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...-championship/
By Spike Eskin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Billy Cundiff didn’t know what down it was on Sunday when he rushed on to the field to try and kick a game tying field goal in the AFC Championship game, and it wasn’t his fault.

Baltimore Ravens kicking consultant Randy Brown told Angelo Cataldi and The Morning Team today on 94 WIP that the scoreboard in New England was incorrect during that final drive. “The scoreboard was one down behind, the entire last three plays, from what we understand,” Brown said. That caused Billy Cundiff to have to rush on to the field with just seconds left on the play clock to try and make the kick, which he missed.

When Cataldi asked Brown if he thought the Patriots did it it on purpose to gain an advantage, Brown replied, “I don’t think you can rule anything out in New England, can you?”

The Patriots were fined $250,000 and coach Bill Belichick fined $500,000 for violating league rules in 2007, when they were found to have videotaped the New York Jets defensive coaches giving signals.

Brown said that despite Cundiff missing the kick, the Ravens were still supporting each other. “The unity which we have, it’s really hard to describe it,” Brown said. “Very similar to that unity we had in Philadelphia (in 2004) when we went to the Super Bowl.” He also added that the players know they may not have even been in that game if not for Cundiff. “If it wasn’t for Billy Cundiff, and Ray Lewis, Joe Flacco, different times during the year, we wouldn’t have won 12 games,” Brown said.

mesaSteeler 01-24-2012 04:24 PM

Re: Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Cha
 
Well this is no surprise. Surely as a dog returns to it's vomit Belichick is still cheating.

jjpro11 01-24-2012 04:53 PM

Re: Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Cha
 
they're a shady bunch, but the dumbass Ravens took a timeout with them back to Baltimore.. that falls squarely on Harbaugh... he was probably too busy getting into another shoving match with Cam Cameron to call a timeout.

mesaSteeler 01-24-2012 04:55 PM

Re: Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Cha
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jjpro11 (Post 989164)
they're a shady bunch, but the dumbass Ravens took a timeout with them back to Baltimore.. that falls squarely on Harbaugh... he was probably too busy getting into another shoving match with Cam Cameron to call a timeout.

A ratbird fan told me that the reason they didn't call a time out was they were afraid of icing the kicker.

tony hipchest 01-24-2012 05:00 PM

Re: Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Cha
 
of course the patriots did it on purpose.

but it is a valid point that the ravens had that final time out to use. harbaugh has been blasted for not using it but its not really his fault.

he still had gatorade in his eyes from when lee evans won the game seconds earlier.

:toofunny: :toofunny: :toofunny:

karmas a bitch jim boy!

Twentyvalve 01-24-2012 07:14 PM

Re: Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Cha
 
This is obvious. There were no scoreboard shenanigans. The Patriots cloned Cundiff, brainwashed him to miss the kick, and substituted the real Cundiff after the game. The whereabouts of the cloned Billy Cundiff are unknown .....

Quote:

Originally Posted by mesaSteeler (Post 989151)
Ravens Kicking Consultant Can’t Rule Out New England Patriots Cheating In AFC Championship
January 24, 2012 11:21 AM
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...-championship/
By Spike Eskin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Billy Cundiff didn’t know what down it was on Sunday when he rushed on to the field to try and kick a game tying field goal in the AFC Championship game, and it wasn’t his fault.

Baltimore Ravens kicking consultant Randy Brown told Angelo Cataldi and The Morning Team today on 94 WIP that the scoreboard in New England was incorrect during that final drive. “The scoreboard was one down behind, the entire last three plays, from what we understand,” Brown said. That caused Billy Cundiff to have to rush on to the field with just seconds left on the play clock to try and make the kick, which he missed.

When Cataldi asked Brown if he thought the Patriots did it it on purpose to gain an advantage, Brown replied, “I don’t think you can rule anything out in New England, can you?”

The Patriots were fined $250,000 and coach Bill Belichick fined $500,000 for violating league rules in 2007, when they were found to have videotaped the New York Jets defensive coaches giving signals.

Brown said that despite Cundiff missing the kick, the Ravens were still supporting each other. “The unity which we have, it’s really hard to describe it,” Brown said. “Very similar to that unity we had in Philadelphia (in 2004) when we went to the Super Bowl.” He also added that the players know they may not have even been in that game if not for Cundiff. “If it wasn’t for Billy Cundiff, and Ray Lewis, Joe Flacco, different times during the year, we wouldn’t have won 12 games,” Brown said.



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