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Kap fined for face mask grab

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Normally I'd say the fine is over the top but, he. would. not. let. go. He probably held on for 6-7 seconds or longer, while pulling him backwards.

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Is that after taxes?

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On that same play, Coach Jim Harbaugh of the 49ers was screaming to the refs that Klein was also guilty of grabbing the facemask of his QB Kaepernick. I only saw Kaepernick's blatant facemask grab foul, and I think the coach was fabricating a lie to try avoid a loss of yards by getting the refs to call offsetting penalties. His willingness lie reduced my respect for Coach Harbaugh's integrity.

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Who was it he grabbed? I do not remember that.

Lol.

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On that same play, Coach Jim Harbaugh of the 49ers was screaming to the refs that Klein was also guilty of grabbing the facemask of his QB Kaepernick. I only saw Kaepernick's blatant facemask grab foul, and I think the coach was fabricating a lie to try avoid a loss of yards by getting the refs to call offsetting penalties. His willingness lie reduced my respect for Coach Harbaugh's integrity.

I thought I was the only one who noticed that... I wanted to jump through the scream and pop that little ocd tard in the throat when he kept screaming "offsetting".

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HA

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His willingness lie reduced my respect for Coach Harbaugh's integrity.

I had little to begin with

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He is working the refs.  That is what they do. There is no integrity.  It is not a penalty if they do not call it, and it is a penalty if they do--regardless of what actually happened in both cases.

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