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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-06-2006, 06:45 AM Thread Starter
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Here's a prediction...

I predict the officials at both the Seahawks and the Steelers games will do everything in their power to prevent a return to the superbowl.

That game has to be one of the most boring superbowls, as well as games ever. I was fishing for who the MVP should have been. Pittsburg controlled like they are very good at doing, but there was only a handful of moments that will be remembered beyond the pro bowl.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-06-2006, 06:50 AM
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That lame call by the Ref pissed me off... the one where Big Ben ran into the "endzone" but never crossed the line! But i agree, there were only a few moments of this game to be remembered..like the interceptions by Seattle and missed field goals!
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That lame call by the Ref pissed me off... the one where Big Ben ran into the "endzone" but never crossed the line! But i agree, there were only a few moments of this game to be remembered..like the interceptions by Seattle and missed field goals!
He doesn't have to cross the line bud. If the tip of the football (which it did) even touches the tip of that line - it's a touchdown. Remember, that line goes straight up as well. So even though he came down outside of the line, the ball crossed it before he was down.

All the sports stations will be showing it for 3 weeks, so I'm sure I can make a better analysis once my head clears up, cuz frankly, right now I'm still spinning.

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He doesn't have to cross the line bud. If the tip of the football (which it did) even touches the tip of that line - it's a touchdown. Remember, that line goes straight up as well. So even though he came down outside of the line, the ball crossed it before he was down.

All the sports stations will be showing it for 3 weeks, so I'm sure I can make a better analysis once my head clears up, cuz frankly, right now I'm still spinning.
That ball never crossed the line. Those refs made a bad call on that and on the push off in the endzone. That game should have came down to the last min of the game
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I am not a fan of either team but I saw 5 major calls that where pure crap.
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The pushoff call was manufactured. The holding call was manufactured, which led to 7 for Pitt. Big Ben's TD never happened.

That accounted for taking 14 away from Seattle, and giving Pittsburgh an extra 11 points, if you assume the 3 pnts on the 4th down after the non-TD by Big Ben. A 25 point swing favoring Seattle.

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That ball never crossed the line. Those refs made a bad call on that and on the push off in the endzone. That game should have came down to the last min of the game
Once again, the ball does not have to cross the line. The ball just needs to touch the line which it did even though it was hidden by his arm.

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