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(ESPN) Sports Science examines game-ending call

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Science Smience

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Science Smience

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XP7yflhOtE

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they just cannot let it go, can they.  agree or disagree, the game is over.  move on.

 

hey fools, there were many missed calls throughout the game.  There are many missed calls in every game.  Why don't you obsess about one of those for a while?

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At the suggestion of a poster whom I respect, my 2 cents were refunded and my words expunged....

 

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So lets just make Luke and Lester invisible in pretend world.

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So lets just make Luke and Lester invisible in pretend world.

 

i'm sure espn would love to pretend they don't exist 

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Republican, anti-climate change, science-mocking tea partiers would debunk that science stuff in a minute....

I'm not the forum police, but it seems like a baiting comment like this doesn't belong on this forum, seeing as we all know how it will end. Just my two cents.

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I'm not the forum police, but it seems like a baiting comment like this doesn't belong on this forum, seeing as we all know how it will end. Just my two cents.

 

I know... it won't end well............... so I edited it...

 

Btw, why didn't they instead figure out the velocity and impact psi of Cannon's leg whip on Charles Johnson's knee and we could discuss just how easy it is to fug up someone's career.

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Because ESPN can't let it go... 

 

 

http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4753554/sports-science-examines-game-ending-call

 

They conveniently ignore the fact that Gronk would have had to teleport through Robert Lester to make the catch. 

 

Exactly my thought.  At the least Gronk would have had to have committed offensive pass interference against Lester to get to the ball.  This poo is getting old.

 

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Can we get a sports science segment devoted to the forces involved in the unflagged leg whip that almost ended CJ's season? 

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