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Jerome Boger and the officials

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I think if a receiver lays on the ground and plays hurt in order to draw a flag it should be a penalty on them instead of the defensive player. similar to the flop in the NBA.

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this was one of the worst officiated games i've ever seen

honestly it even rivals our games against the cowboys

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He seriously zapped all joy from the game. I'd rather see the game just be played than I would the referees call a penalty every other play. I'll no longer be watching any games that he's officiating.

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[img]http://www.sportsgrindent.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Jerome-Boger-Vince-Young.jpg[/img]

never forget

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This crew was a complete joke.

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[quote name='Mr. Scot' timestamp='1356296333' post='2059491']
Boger is always terrible.

They called the game way too close today.
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This wasn't calling it close, this was a game of fabricated calls. Both teams have a right to be legitimately upset about this game, the refs weren't allowing either team to play football.
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[quote name='Brandon' timestamp='1356297884' post='2059605']


This wasn't calling it close, this was a game of fabricated calls. Both teams have a right to be legitimately upset about this game, the refs weren't allowing either team to play football.
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Guess they are scared to miss a call and rather call everything than miss a call. Probably comes down from the NFL feedback to the refs. They probably are coaching to "call it" than miss it

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I thought the referees called the game pretty ok.

- Hardy led with his helmet -- that is a foul in today's NFL. Palmer was out of pocket so he was bound to be hit hard when he held the ball so long.
- Cam got lucky he didn't get ejected for kicking. I thought it was a correct call when he "touched" the referee -- Cam was obviously frustrated because offense was not good today.
- Kuechly hit a defenseless receiver today and it looked like a illegal hit because the receiver's head snapped back. The same thing happened when Olsen was hit for a personal foul. Some other officials might not have called these hits but at least today's officials called them for both teams.

I don't remember any other questionable spots or other calls or long conferences where the officials didn't seem to know what they were doing.

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They were bad on both sides.

Cam gets shoved out of bounds after throwing the ball away..should have been a call based on the "rules".

Luke got screwed on one call too-- it was freaking chest-to-chest.

Maybe they can just not call those "defenseless" receiver calls and have the NFL review the questionable hits each week. If it's found to be helmet-to-helmet, get a big-ass fine. Maybe have a point system and after so many points get suspended a game. Something's gotta change.

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this was hands down the most un-fun win i've ever witnessed thanks booger and the boys. absolutely terrible.

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Officiating is bad in the Denver/Cleveland game too. Ghost calls all over the place...announcers calling them out on it. Alberto Riveron is the head ref.

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[quote name='tjamtjam' timestamp='1356301751' post='2059744']
I thought the referees called the game pretty ok.

- Hardy led with his helmet -- that is a foul in today's NFL. Palmer was out of pocket so he was bound to be hit hard when he held the ball so long.
- Cam got lucky he didn't get ejected for kicking. I thought it was a correct call when he "touched" the referee -- Cam was obviously frustrated because offense was not good today.
- Kuechly hit a defenseless receiver today and it looked like a illegal hit because the receiver's head snapped back. The same thing happened when Olsen was hit for a personal foul. Some other officials might not have called these hits but at least today's officials called them for both teams.

I don't remember any other questionable spots or other calls or long conferences where the officials didn't seem to know what they were doing.
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No.

Hardy's hit was borderline only because of the helmet.

Keeks hit and the hit on Olsen were absolutely not fouls.

Stupid, stupid calls.

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