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bigdog10

After the Seahawk TD

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Can someone tell me why the play clock didn't start and the ref allowed them plenty of time to make a decision on whether to kick the PAT or go go two?

It didn't hurt us but I have never seen anything like that before.

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Play clock doesn't run on PAT's

 

Huh?  So they could still be in the huddle trying to decide to go for 2 or not?

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They didn't get it why does it matter? Had absolutely nothing to do with the outcome of the game

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Play clock doesn't run on PAT's

you sure about that?

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you sure about that?

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Did he mean playclock or gameclock?

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Not 100% sure.  I was actually looking at the NFL rule book but didn't see anything definitive.  I definitely could be wrong.

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The play clock definitely runs. I'm just not sure when it normally starts. The ball had been spotted.

It's irrelevant but was just wondering the rule on it.

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