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Mr. Scot

Arguing with refs

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As an outsider looking in, I think it looks very bad. I would be shocked if Cam isn't fined for it.

My god this is being overblown.

Lmao BlanksKarma. I've never heard of a bitter division rival being reduced to an "outsider looking in".

Thanks for your unbiased assessment of the situation.

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I'm sure ESPN and NFLN will run this story all day tomorrow.

I think if you continue with this type of behavior on the field, the refs are gonna start looking for it. If the refs are looking for something, they usually find it.

Nah, the Raiders admitting they were trying to hurt him kills there story. Kinda hard to bash Cam reacting to defenders who bluntly claimed they tried to take him out of the game.

Also, if you have watched Cam carefully all year.....he kicks his leg when a defender tries to stay on them. He is just protecting an asset. He is a QB.....they won't fine him for protecting his legs against lineman.

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My god this is being overblown.

Lmao BlanksKarma. I've never heard of a bitter division rival being reduced to an "outsider looking in".

Thanks for your unbiased assessment of the situation.

What on Earth do I have to be bitter about regarding the Panthers? Atlanta has owned them, we have won 36 games compared to your 14 the last 3 years and we have won 5 of the last 6 head to head.

I feel my comment was an objective view of the situation. I did say the kick wasn't a big deal, it was his reaction to the ref that was. In the past I have defended Cameron on several occasions, particularly his handling of the media and the incident while playing at Auburn.

I get it dude, you don't like the Falcons or their fans, fine. It doesn't mean every Falcons fan is some blind, bitter, biased homer.

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Nah, the Raiders admitting they were trying to hurt him kills there story. Kinda hard to bash Cam reacting to defenders who bluntly claimed they tried to take him out of the game.

Also, if you have watched Cam carefully all year.....he kicks his leg when a defender tries to stay on them. He is just protecting an asset. He is a QB.....they won't fine him for protecting his legs against lineman.

Once again, the kick doesn't bother me. It's the reaction to the ref that is gonna get him fined. If he keeps jumping in the faces of refs, they're gonna start throwing more and more flags. I don't see what's so hard to understand.

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What on Earth do I have to be bitter about regarding the Panthers? Atlanta has owned them, we have won 36 games compared to your 14 the last 3 years and we have won 5 of the last 6 head to head.

I feel my comment was an objective view of the situation. I did say the kick wasn't a big deal, it was his reaction to the ref that was. In the past I have defended Cameron on several occasions, particularly his handling of the media and the incident while playing at Auburn.

I get it dude, you don't like the Falcons or their fans, fine. It doesn't mean every Falcons fan is some blind, bitter, biased homer.

Well, if you were objective....

You would realize the reaction was to the Raider defender (the physical one)... the ref just stepped inbetween. Now I am sure Cam then said something about the no call and his close threatening body language made it a easy flag to pull.

And you have one zero playoff games in that span with Carolina posting the last postseason win. So....bragging about your meaningless wins doesn't mean as much as implied

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The ref needs two for flinching.

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Omg everyone and the media freak out about Cam being frustrated because this is the first time this has ever happened

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Once again, the kick doesn't bother me. It's the reaction to the ref that is gonna get him fined. If he keeps jumping in the faces of refs, they're gonna start throwing more and more flags. I don't see what's so hard to understand.

Again....Cam jumped up and at an Oakland player. The ref stepped in front of Cam.

Now he then ran his mouth at the ref for the no call and a huge angry man inches from your face makes it an easy flag....

But the ref is the one who happened to time it just right to sep in the mix of two players. It isn't this, Cam went and got in the refs face....like implied. Cam turned to bark at the defender and as he turned the ref happened to be inbetween. Notice ow Cam's body language drastic changed the second he saw the ref step in front of him.

And AGAIN....the Oakland defenders admitting to attempting to hurthim means Cam had the right to be upset. Oakland's admission pretty much gives Cam a pass for being pissed. He should of been....Cam a that point was protecting himself. Him getting flagged for bitching out the ref for their hits does bring attention to it and help with his own safety.

So if Oakland hadn't admitted to anything YOU WOULD have a haters arguement on this.....but since they admitted to it......it makes the focus on Cam a moot point. Unless you are just a hater

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What on Earth do I have to be bitter about regarding the Panthers? Atlanta has owned them, we have won 36 games compared to your 14 the last 3 years and we have won 5 of the last 6 head to head.

I feel my comment was an objective view of the situation. I did say the kick wasn't a big deal, it was his reaction to the ref that was. In the past I have defended Cameron on several occasions, particularly his handling of the media and the incident while playing at Auburn.

I get it dude, you don't like the Falcons or their fans, fine. It doesn't mean every Falcons fan is some blind, bitter, biased homer.

You also forgot that in those same 3 years, the Falcons are 0-3 in the playoffs and only scored 2 points last year in a playoff game.

As an outsider looking in, I just wanted to give my input.

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Why didn't our coaches "work the refs"? Did anyone from the organization even write a stern letter afterwards? Looks like the players are on their own while the coaches, organization and even the fans accept poor officiating. While I agree that Cam shouldn't touch the ref, he had EVERY right to complain - especially when no one else was willing to do it! I like how Cam doesn't accept poor performance and i resent how many do!

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What on Earth do I have to be bitter about regarding the Panthers? Atlanta has owned them, we have won 36 games compared to your 14 the last 3 years and we have won 5 of the last 6 head to head.

I feel my comment was an objective view of the situation. I did say the kick wasn't a big deal, it was his reaction to the ref that was. In the past I have defended Cameron on several occasions, particularly his handling of the media and the incident while playing at Auburn.

I get it dude, you don't like the Falcons or their fans, fine. It doesn't mean every Falcons fan is some blind, bitter, biased homer.

ROFL at the end of the season, you still at home watching the SB with us

When the last time Falcons went to the SB? To the NFC championship? We been in the league since 95, yall been in since 66. Accomplished basically the same amount

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ROFL at the end of the season, you still at home watching the SB with us

When the last time Falcons went to the SB? To the NFC championship? We been in the league since 95, yall been in since 66. Accomplished basically the same amount

Well if we are going to be completely objective.....Carolina has been to more conference championships games than Atlanta has despite their much longer existence in the NFL.

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