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JawnyBlaze

Mike Pereira's take on the no-call

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[qt] You could make a case that the pass might have been uncatachable, but the flag was thrown and you should stay with it. My thoughts [/qt]

[qt] My thoughts..Since the flag was thrown they should have stayed with the call. There was clear contact before the ball was intercepted. More. [/qt]

Sounds to me that he just doesn't want to say the Patriots should have lost the game.

In regards to "they threw the flag the should have stuck with it", it looked to me he one reference threw the flag so they could discuss it. Easier to pick up the flag than to not throw it then decide later it should have been a penalty. My main evidence to this fact is that the guy that threw the flag is the one that called the other official over to discuss it.

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NE clearly got some calls their way, and we did too. We won, the end.

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Ask him if a flag should have been thrown on the CJ leg whip....

 

fugin idiots

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NE clearly got some calls their way, and we did too. We won, the end.

 

Yup all the "take to twitter" people should do the same in this regard.

 

Let them know about CJ and then tell them to kindly kiss our collective asses.

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NE got PLENTY of fuging calls. Suck it Pats!

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it was defensive holding

 

Go watch some Seahawks highlights.

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it was defensive holding

You know how many defensive holding calls are missed in every NFL game? Probably half the passing snaps in a game have it....

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