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What he said ....
Only it wasn't f'n B.S. That was a touchdown. Secured the ball before going out of bounds.
That was nothing compared to my reaction.
Why is there a GIF of a drunken, homeless man cussing in this thread?
I wish i could post gifs from gals gone wi*d my friend :rofl:
"It ISSS.. what it ISSSS!"
Was that the Posey TD or the Foster "TD" ? Because that had me B@â‚¬Â® ing.
I thought the question of posession is supposed to be reviewed in real time. The replay in slow mo clearly shows that he has the ball while he is still in bounds but he is quickly out of bounds so its ultimately a judgement call but posession isn't defined as having the ball in your hands while in bounds. I think this issue came up in another game this year on whether a receiver had posession and an ensuing fumble or if it was an incomplete pass. They reviewed it and determined he had possession but the next day the nfl stated that the question of posession should have been reviewed in real-time. I could be mistaken about this but I was also yelling after that ruling thinking it was a mistake.
Maybe he was cranked at Dennard.
The reason I was upset is the Texans' RT grabbed Francis and threw him down, a blatant hold - although hold doesn't do a takedown justice. The TD should have been a 10 yard penalty.
Funny you say that because when I initially saw it I kind of had a feeling that he really didn't make much of an attempt to play the ball, but when the replay angle surfaced it was clear that there probably wasn't much that he could've done there.
I can take CB's losing battles that way, as all CB's do at times. What I can't take is seeing glaring assignment mistakes, or some of the poor CB/S play that we've seen earlier in the year.
I think he's mad that they're 0-2 on challenges and texans were 1-0 more than anything.
Too bad they didn't have a shot of him when they didn't overturn that 4th down that Foster didn't get. I think he said some things that were ever choicer!!
The swearing I did at that moment was in response to the refs finally getting a close call right, on about the fourth try.
Worst officiating I have seen since the replacement officials.
Hopefully next week is better.
Great point and my feeling exactly. Slow motion sometimes smooths things out so that juggling or other ball movement are possibly hidden, maybe because of loss of frames. Slomo "forgives" a lot of things. That was the case on the Posey (hate that he has that name because of James and Buster) TD. In real time the ball was still moving when he slid out of bounds.
BB didn't have our big screen HDTV slo-mo replay view of Posey securing the ball 200 milliseconds before touching the stripe
Residual anger at previously blown officiating calls
He should have said that when the fumble was taken away because 'forward progress was stopped'.
With the way the refs were calling the game, I can bet that if it was our player who caught that pass, they would have not reversed the call, he will have come back and announced, the ruling stands.
My problem with this call, at the stadium, was the ref never went beyond possession to see if it was maintained. Looked like the ball may have still been moving and he never went beyond the point of apparent control to see if he held it.
The inconclusive call on Fosters TD was lame, and BB was real angry at that one.
That was a TD. NFL has strange rules though. If he lost possession once he went out of bounds, it won't have been ruled a TD. Should what happens out of bounds matter?
Gawd, was that an awful call. Imagine instead, that runner had shucked off the tackle and run for a touchdown, then been called back. think Houston would have been pissed?
One man tackle and grab at the same time. took a second to pop it out, but I've never seen that called like that. Always when he's stood up and gang tackled.
It matters if it is completing the catch. Not completing control is the same as bobbling it.
The shocking part was that 22 players were fighting for the ball, but somehow it didn't matter because the whistle blew, thereby stopping the players from trying to recover...............
Obviously you haven't seen the hold around the neck from behind right in front of the ref that went uncalled on that play...without that "100% MUST CALL IT" hold, that pass never gets delivered because Ninko sacks him.
and besides that, what you SEE frozen in a pic is a split millisecond of possession before the WR DOES go out of bounds. They made how many "not enough evidence to overturn" calls against the Pats yesterday?? and THAT one was a CLEAR catch?...in real time?...to be overturned using real time frame of reference? bullshyt....period. The entire friggin' play was a ruse.
as anyone with a set of working eyes can see..in this freeze frame of that TD play, the red outlined figures are the Houston O lineman on top of from behind on Ninkovich in 100% illegal takedown.Play should have been flagged immediately.No touchdown.Period. Go look at it frame by frame on You Tube.
Look at the ref in the lower left hand corner looking directly at it...look at the ref in the upper right hand corner...looking right at it...c'mon...I get the whole "oh you homers see what you want" line of attack that's always used...well...go ahead and argue THAT isn't an illegal holding penalty, a blatant takedown from behind...go to the you tube and play it forward frame by frame to actually SEE the entire 1.5 seconds before he throws the pass...blatant...uncalled...that TD should have NEVER counted.
Actually, it wasn't a TD, though the reason had nothing to do with Posey. On that play,Ninkovich was taken to the ground and prevented from getting back up. That is textbook holding. Yet the idiot crew didn't call it. That is what BB was pissed about.
Yup, that was one of the more egregious holds. Although not the only one that didn't get a flag.
Chandler Jones was the recipient of a blatant chokehold on at least a third of his snaps. It was driving me insane.
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