Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by carolinatony, Oct 9, 2011.
Gotta love him.
Great coaching all around
I don't know about the Plaxeco's catch though. It did not look out of bounds to me based on the fact that they called it a catch. Was there enough evidence to out turn there? I doubt we get that decision on an away ground.
The Gang Green boards think the officals were against them and that the Plaxico catch was in bounds.
We were posting at the same time. It was clear his toe was over the line.
The Burress Catch was OOB
Was very worried about the Branch fumble call myself
His toe was on the white lines. It looked obvious to me. He did a great job catching the ball all the way throughout the play, but his toe was out of bounds.
Remember, referees need CONCLUSIVE evidence to overturn a play.
uhhhh; foot on white sideline mean anything to you?
Let's not forget Ghostowski either 3/3 on his kicks. If he misses any of those the Jets have a solid shot to win on the last drive.
Thats why the Gost is paid.
None of those FG attempts were monster kicks.
He did his job.
It was a good call his foot was touching the line. I actually thought it was fairly obvious, and wondered if i could see it on tv without slowmo how come the two officials couldn't. They were looking right at it.
I did not see a foot on the line. I did see a Pats players foot on the line conclusively.
I may need to see it again, but of the three angles I saw, it was at best inconclusive to me.
BTW, I am happy if it is not obvious, just saying that on an away ground with pressure on the refs, they don't overturn that call. After all, this is a same guy who said V Cruz did not fumble last week.
That was an easy one didn't even need to go to replay Plax was clearly out of bounds. 1st foot was in 2nd was on while line no doubt about it. If any it was Branch's catch whether his knee was down before fumbling. Switching hands with ball was close but replay showed knee was down.
On away ground they do over turn that call. It was obvious. You missed it buddy. Sorry
I was concerned about the Branch "fumble" for a few moments until I realized he was down by contact. Plaxico's "catch" was a nice play but his toe was clearly OOB. Both were astute challenges from BB, both correct outcomes.
Were you watching the game on an iphone? If not, there is no excuse to not realise that his foot was out of bounds.
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