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  1. Cartwright

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    That when a team complains about officiating that appears to help the Patriots, that Patriot fans seem to think the opposition is just whining? But when a call seemingly goes against the Pats, it's the most egregious injustice the world has ever seen?
    Not sure what went on today, what did you all think about the personal fouls that extended drives? Do you think the calls are consistent?

    BTW, the call on Wilfork week 1 was pretty much BS.
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    Holy smokes, just saw what Ray Ray was talking about. You gotta be freaking kidding me! At least Wilfork's hit was an actual hit.

    And Mr. Harrison, on football night in America, just told TB to take off the skirt and put some slacks on...gotta love it!
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    And that is different from a similar percentage of fans of all 31 other teams when the same thing happens to the team they follow?
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    The difference is that it is the fans who whine for the Patriots. The team never whines. With other teams it is the players who whine as much as the fans. And we have just as many fans who complain that the Patriots get a lot of calls. This is just stupid. This reminds me of 2003 when someone complained about the Patriots after every game. And didn't you see the play. Suggs dove for Brady's knee. If Brady doesn't jump over the hit, he's out for the season.
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