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Old 03-25-2006, 01:12 AM   #11
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Default Re: NFL concerned with perception of officiating

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Thats probably the only way you would stop the Patriots beating the Steelers these days - desperate situations call for desperate actions.

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No......thats not way the Steelers will beat the Pats....it'll be a straight up victory with no excuses...We'll see come the playoffs if the Pats make it...lol.The Palmer thing was an accident no matter how you look at it, its a shame it happened in the playoffs but it happened....no matter how they change the rules injuries will still happen....
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Old 03-25-2006, 01:21 AM   #12
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No......thats not way the Steelers will beat the Pats....it'll be a straight up victory with no excuses...We'll see come the playoffs if the Pats make it...lol.The Palmer thing was an accident no matter how you look at it, its a shame it happened in the playoffs but it happened....no matter how they change the rules injuries will still happen....
Im with you 100% on the Palmer situation - I think its very backhanded the way official statements are being made about that play and need to alter the rules to stop D-Linemen targetting QB's knees.

I'll be happy man if the Patriots get to meet the Steelers in the playoffs next year - its a great rivalry.

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Default Re: NFL concerned with perception of officiating

from what i'm reading and understanding Kimos hit would still be legal

apparently even under the rule changes Kimos hit would still be legal.

Toughening enforcement on pass rushers who hit quarterbacks below the knees. However, it wouldn't involve hits that defensive players can't avoid, such as the one in last year's playoffs on Cincinnati's Carson Palmer by Kimo von Oelhoffen, then with Pittsburgh, that severely injured Palmer's knee.
http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9341673/2

I guess all the whinning the bungles did was a waste of time. :sign09:
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