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JawnyBlaze

Mike Pereira's take on the no-call

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Go watch some Seahawks highlights.

When all else fails, ad hominem

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it was defensive holding

 

5 yard penalty. Replay with 5 sec left. Think they'll score?

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

Well it's not like they didn't see it or it wasn't close to the play

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The flag hit the ground well after the interception was made... kinda weird.

 

Whereas the D-holding call on Melvin White the ref had predetermined he was tossing the flag and it was in the air before White grabbed dude's jersey.

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How was Gronk supposed to catch that pass without committing Offensive Pass Interference?

 

Brady Either made a bad throw or Gronk ran too deep.

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According to the rules of the game.... (which don't apply the the cheating Patiots)...

any pass blocked or picked off, the pass is deemed "uncatchable"

those are the rules. If ya don't like it, fug off.

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Is the hot tub in here?

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