Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by NovaScotiaPatsFan, Dec 2, 2007.
Kellen just straight up bulldozed him. That's what I call OPI.
Put a Pats uni on him and Colts fans would be calling for Congressional hearings.
Reggie Wayne picked up 38 yards on a play in the 3rd quarter on a play similar to this one......of course, no call.
I like Dierdorf's, "How did they call that?"
I thought you usually need top extend arms to get called, but I guess if you just run over the guy, that counts too.
or put a colts uni on him, and the guy will never commit a penalty again
too true, too true.
It looked clean to me... Winslow was clearly within the first 15 yards when he made contact.
HAHA! I was watching that game when it happend.
Kellen Winslow is a punk, but he's the 2nd best tight end in the league.
He also should've had a game winning 40 yard TD catch. He was forced out and the ref ruled it a straight up incompletion.
You mean this play?
I'm really getting tired of seeing plays at the end of the game every week that have become unreviewable because of some ridiculous rule made up by morons who sit in boxes while watching football games.
Like last weeks game with Cleveland.....the field goal was officially unreviewable by rule. How in Gods name can you take a play that would decide the outcome of a game out of the hands who could and should make that call?
I saw the Kellen Winslow play called horribly wrong by the on-field official. At the end of the play, you can see Winslow's natural direction changed substantially by the contact. It should have been called a TD....Too bad for Browns...they were robbed.
I don't see how you can review a play like that, and I think it's correct that they don't allow it. For every person you find who thinks it's a force out, you'll find somebody else who thinks his momentum would not have allowed him to stay inbounds, regardless of his being hit.
Now, I've always been in favor of switching to the college rule that you only need one foot inbounds. In this case, it would have been a touchdown.
Other then fans of Arizona, nobody would say that he wasn't forced out. From every view I saw, he would have landed inbounds. Again, from the views I saw, that defensive player's contact pushed him out. It was a very bad call, no doubt from my perspective !
Maybe the Ref thought he was at a Colts game
wow clearly a pushout! he almust got his feet in even with the push how can they not call a pushout thats a prototypical pushout right there
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