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Old 02-18-2006, 10:32 PM   #21
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Default Re: Head of NFL Officiating Puts the Penalties to Rest

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thanks for the post. this has got to burn up alot of the haters to realize they were wrong and the steelers flat out beat the seahawks.
Nope, the crybabies are still calling them bad calls. Funny thing though, none of em' wanna talk about the offensive PI call Heath got on a freakin' screen pass or the fumble by Stephens that was ruled incomplete. They can't seem to accept the fact that refs aren't perfect and that the Steelers ARE the World Champs. :)
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Old 02-18-2006, 11:08 PM   #22
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Default Re: Head of NFL Officiating Puts the Penalties to Rest

I won't get into it, but Seahawks got a lot of breaks on no-calls and of course the already mentioned Heath Miller interference call that I think the head of referees wanted to talk about but Rich Eisen refused to look at any other play that didn't make the Seahawks look like they got a raw deal.

I still don't see how Ben getting crushed from behind on his INT is not a penalty and they start at about the 40 yard line instead of inside the 20.
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