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(ESPN) Sports Science examines game-ending call

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Not sensitive, just pointing out bigotry and stupidity.

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Classic!!

 

 

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If that's what passes for Science in America today, we're all doomed.

 

There are so many variable left out and the ones they do used applied incorrectly.  So, Gronk really has Luke's entire 235 lbs of force against him.  What speed was Luke moving at because they would incrase the amount of force?  How much surface area of the force being applied to?  I could go on and on.  It's just brainless spectulation with some random numbers added.

 

 

It's called juking the stats. Use the components that agree with your reality but leave out EVERY OTHER one as well. QB rating and QBR are done the same way. 

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Did they talk about the BS call that Seattle got on Green Bay last year this much? Or was that ok because it was Wilson?

 

They were replacement refs. It just made them cry for the regular refs to come back quicker. 

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ESPN is so butt hurt about the Pats losing. They just won't let it go. Every Ref that is interviewed says it's the right call and the NFL backs up the call. Pat fans just need to stop crying about a call that didn't go their way. There was an olineman clearly holding on the winning drive against the Saints and their fans were as quite as a mouse about the no call. But when the call goes against them they raise Hell. A lot of these Pat fans are such spoiled bitches.

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ESPN is so butt hurt about the Pats losing. They just won't let it go.

Well, in fairness to ESPN, they have 18 or however many channels, NASCAR and Baseball are done, so they have to find something to fill all that airtime with.

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Is it cheese rolling season?

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I really have no problem saying that the father of the tuck rule lost because of a bad call by the refs.

No problem at all.

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Politics+football=...?

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I am still dancing from Monday.

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Is it just me or does it appear that gronk didnt even realize the ball was underthrown?

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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. 

Well, what do you expect. It was their own people who started this load of ISH.

 

Did their Sport Science examine that call that went against the Panthers during the 59 second play that gave Brady a fresh first  down? I am sure it didn't. They are going to do everything they can to act like this win isn't relevant because they didn't get another Brady Heriocs. Typical spoiled brats who act like they are intitled. 

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