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  1. Richter

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    Whining about the refs after the Dolts/Bolts game. Stay classy, Tony.

    (Oh yeah - why the hell are LT, who did next to nothing in this game, and Merriman, who did nothing whatsoever in this game against a 3rd string tackle, getting interviewed after the game, instead of the guys who, you know, actually played well? Namely Sproles and Cromartie. What a joke the media is.)
     
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    What did he say?
     
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    They went to break before the game ended showing interviews after the game of LT and Merriman.....no matter what happened that's who they were going after
     
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    Complaining about the false start before the field goal AV shanked. Claimed he never saw that call made before, especially late in a game.
     
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    NaPolian is going to come crying into Goodell's office first thing in the morning!
     
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    I don't know if that was a good call or not but if hadn't out smarted himself and just sent the kicker out in the first place it wouldn't have happened. This serves them right for the non called simulated snap last week that Brady threw a fit about at the end.
     
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    I remember when Brady got that called on him for bobbing his head while under center. Don't remember when in the game it was, but what difference does the game clock have to when flags are thrown Mr. Dungy?????:rolleyes:
     
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    ohh, im sure goodell already got the phone call...

    btw, Dungy complains now, and he had how many calls go against him? ONE???

    and it can be argued FOR???

    now look at BB's interview after the game last week...and u see one coach who knows wut actual class is, and one who does not
     
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    Yes, I was ecstatic watching the Poliannas lose again. It's pretty clear to me the refs got the call right. The Colt player changed his set to make it seem the ball had been snapped. It was a tricky little Polianna play, like the one they tried in the 2004 divisional playoff game. They had no intention of actually snapping the ball.
     
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    Amazing is how many Colts fans are complaing about the refs this week. What a joke.
     
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    colt fans are amazing.

    1 week after they tell pats fans that "bad calls happen" they want to make a formal complaint to the league...jeez.

    they are also throwing AV and TD under the bus but no one is complaining about Manning throwing this game away (literally)

    Also, colts had 4 calls against them for 21 yards O BOOO HOOOO.

    Chargers had 10 calls for 78.
     
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    Come on people, we Patsfans have to be be fair and consistent. If football fans everywhere are supposed to be upset by bad calls, there were two big errors that the Colts should have had - the non-PI on the bomb to Moorehead and the quick whistle on the end zone interception.

    Honestly, I don't know the rules well enough to judge the late penalty. But the Colts did get screwed on two plays.

    If you're going to bash Colts fans for being inconsistent, then lets be consistent ourselves.
     
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    Hey, I'll agree that the whistle on the pick in the endzone was bad, and that the play by Weddle on Moorehead could have been called interference, though you won't see me shed any tears for the Colts on that one, as they did the same thing numerous times the last two games and didn't draw any flags. The majority of the game was called in the Colts favor in spite of those calls (how about that great spot they got, again, which was thankfully reversed this time, or the numerous times they mugged Gates?), and between this week and the last, they have no room to ***** about penalties.
     
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    I didn't think the first one you referred to was pass interference. And if it was it balanced out the non call that was missed against the Colts on a big 3rd down. I missed the INT so I don't know about that.

    Anyway, Dungy should have just kicked the FG, he out smarted himself and was asking for trouble.
     
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    I thought the ref was going to throw the flag on the Weddle-Moorehead play.. then he thought about getting his car tipped over by the SD faithful and moved his hand away from the flag.

    And agree.. everyone knew that Indy was going to try and draw SD offsides and they paid for it. Just kick the FG or go for it. Don't practically ice your own kicker.
     
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    yeah the Colts got jobbed...Dungy should know why...he should have backed B.B....but just like St Peter...he blew it

    so a little adversity has come his way...he'll deal with it..and maybe next time he gets the chance to step to the plate he'll confound these media pi$$ants the way they should be dealt with..utter contempt
     
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    The colts could maybe have gotten the PI on moorehead but i usually won't complain when the refs are letting the teams play, I'll complain when the calls are going on 1 side. Letting the game get settled by the players always seems better and I tihnk the colts have become too used to PI calls being part of their offense...or atleast when they play the pats.
     
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    i dont believe people here are really talking about the refs of the game.
     
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    I don't think that Indy should have kicked the field goal in that spot on the field, at that point in the game. If Peyton hands the ball off to Addai, I'd be willing to bet that he can fall-forward for a 3 foot gain. Not very "champion-like," if you ask me. Manning gave up with about 1:30 left to play; he appeared to be sulking. Al Michaels, get a clue pal--you are a disgrace.

    What is inside the head of Norv Turner? That was the most horrendous display of situational play calling EVER. Phil Rivers needs someone to slap that S H I T eating grin off of his face; "Hi, I'm Phil, Phil Rivers. I play on the football team, have you heard of me? Of course you have......":rolleyes: :bricks:
     
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    It surprised me and scares me slightly that Randy Moss approached Dungy before the game last week and said I love you coach I respect you as a man and a coach.
    Something along those lines.
    Dungy also approached Seymour and someone else and told them they had the heart of a champion.
    He seems like a good guy for the most part I hate the Colts as well, but my hate goes mainly on Manning.
    I really didn't like the comments Dungy made on spygate but he seems to have alot of players respect.
    He definitely has Moss's.
     
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