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Old 10-03-2011, 08:13 PM   #32
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Default Re: Turning Point of the Game

Originally Posted by cloppbeast View Post

agree. the play was definitely the turning point, and the steelers failure to prevent a 3rd down pick up is ultimately to blame.

just as easilly as the call coulda been called like ive seen it dozens of times before (incomplete), it coulda been a few inches higher and been a spectacular (legit) shoestring catch.

i just like to point out the inconsistancies of calls and how they can contribute to such turning points. if the refs called incomplete there was nothing to overturn it. in a game of inches and momentum, it worked out in the texsans favor.

as i said, there was still over a quarter to right the ship., but the team seemed beaten and deflated after that quick TD.
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