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Peter King and the Refs call at the end of the game

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  1. Wildo7

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    He's been correcting his past errors lately ... perhaps realizing that sensationalism is ruining his reputation ... which as it should be anyways.
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    And here I gave up on Mr. King. Maybe he can go back and write about that "tuck" against the Raiders because I can't get them darn Raiders' fans off my back.
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    "I've had five people at Starbucks and my gym this morning asking about last night's controversial 27-24 Pats' win, and I've just talked to people in the know about the officials' key decisions in last night's game."


    Yeah right Petey... You want us to believe you were actually at the gym?? :rofl:
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    hahah good point I didn't even pick up on that:D
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    Thank you Mr King.
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    King has lost a lot of weight, he should get credit for it not be the brunt of stupid jokes.
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    Oh no... not the "weight sensitivity" police.

    Calm down... it's just a joke. :D
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    King has always been a very good columnist. Aside from the times when he sees an oppurtunity to show his morality or make incredibly embarrassing personal revevlations.
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    He still looks like a lesbian.
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    And he is still a hack.
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    best article abou tlast nights game so far
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    I don't think that was the "weigh sensitivity" police, I think it was the "stupid joke" police.
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    Please don't insult lesbians.
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    King said nothing after the Colt/Patriot game where EIGHT documented bogus calls/non-calls ALL went the Colts way.
    Not one word about the officiating in that game but King did readily dismiss the suspected amplification of crowd noise in Indy, an observation the Steelers have also made in the past.
    King's act is tired because it's the teams involved in a controversy that dictates whether he'll address it or not.
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    Definately thought this quote was accurate

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    What about the holding on The Hut in the same play?
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    The hold is clear as day. The flag was a little delayed so at the time the flag was thrown, there was no illegal holding but holding did take place on the play.

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    i liked THIS article from him
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    OK then, what happens when the refs finds out after the fact that it wasn't the head coach calling the time out? Shouldn't that be a penalty, in which case the Pats would have had a first down?
    Wow, I stand corrected from another thread (I'll have to go search for it). For some reason, as I watched the game, I thought it was 4th down, perhaps I hadn't realized the prior penalty had given them a first down. Seriously, as that play was being reviewed, I was thinking, "OK this is it. If it gets overturned (which I thought it would), the game is over!" But in fact we had three more shots.
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