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'Sound FX': Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots - NFL Videos
LOL at Brad screaming at the ref and then apologizing. The ref basically acknowledged Brady was right though.
Which is funny because the idiot later called that Houston fumble as forward progress therefore the play was dead and the fumble negated.
I wish they had BB mic'ed up for a few of these.
How do you feel about another postseason victory?? Oooohhhh Yeaaaaah!!!!
I dont know how I missed this on NFLN or here, but that was awesome. Thanks for posting Ninja.
Brady's excited about the defense
I like #29 they didn't want us here. Um yes they did. The Ravens fans are saying the same thing but I would still rather play the Ravens at home than at Denver.
im pretty sure the fumble/no fumble play happened first
LOL Hernandez completely running over that DB. Surprised the refs totally missed that.
They probably did... just didn't pass the censors' scrutiny!
The refs missed quite a bit of the game actually...
Very nice way to start the day...
Didn't he get called for it later on when he did it again???
I don't know if I remember correctly but I think Simms said it wasn't a penalty for some reason but his explanation was very vague. In my mind it's a penalty..
always love these sound FX! thanks for sharing.
Yes, he did. And I believe it was the very same route. Despite what Simms said, it should have been called both times.
Love Brady getting excited on the sidelines after the long TD to Vereen, talking to Fears: "All week we were 'Patience, patience' There was no patience! He just ran! I don't care -- that was sweet!!"
One other thing I took away from that video was that the Houston safety, Quinn, spent a lot of time getting flattened throughout that game. :rocker:
I loved that too. But, didn't Brady call Vereen "Wood" after the touchdown?
He did get pancaked a few times, especially that one time where he was downed by a lineman and the wave/pile washed over him as the runner was being tackled.
Still, Quin came off as a likable guy who just loves the game.
Bud wasn't it?
I got that too.
It was pretty funny when Quin asked the back judge why Hernandez running over him wasn't a flag and he just pointed at the side judge and was like "ask him instead"
It was actually another idiot that blew the whistle, not that guy.
Wait, I thought Brady wilts when he gets hit hard. He was getting killed in the first half, hit hard over and over. 3 TDs and over 350 yards. So much for that theory.
As for Quin, Hernandez was running downfield and he was complaining to the refs. He actually let Hernandez run for a few extra yards because of his complaining.
Exactly. That ref was old, but the ref who insisted the fumble play was forward progress was at least a decade older than that guy. I remember yelling "senior moment!" at the TV.
My apologies to anyone offended.
That was awesome! Not that everyone doesn't already know it, but the Pats are Brady's team, and it really stands out watching this. He is the obvious leader. I can only imagine what it would be like listening to the Sanchize miked up.
The comparison would be like viewing a Rembrandt painting and then comparing it to a kindergartener's first attempt at art with a crayon.
brady is such a great leader and motivator. Love it
Why you impudent young whippersnapper!
Help me up somebody, I'm gonna kick his butt!
'Sound FX': Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos - NFL Videos
balt-denver...i hate suggs..
i can't lie though, i did chuckle when he said dont you wish you guys had tim tebow right about now? lol. Thats karma for denver. lol. but yea watching tom never be satisfied until the games over and he's won is amazing. They'll need this fire come sunday.
The rules do prohibit driving through a defender who has established position (so you are technically correct) but I doubt officials want to start being in the business of calling "charges" on receivers. The NBA officials have the damnest time doing it now. Once you reward that behavior, defenders will become soccer players and start flopping around like they were shot by a cannon every time a receiver brushes by them.
The 2nd one was completely different in that Hernandez extended his arms and the "charge" became a "shove'...which is a no-brainer for officials to call. Don't mean to pee in your Cheerios but I think the "driving through a defender with position" rule is one of those situations they don't call unless the receiver goes out of his way to make contact or the contact is excessive. I didn't see either in the first route.
If my assessment the non-call is correct, I have to say that I totally agree with that decision by the refs. It would suck to see a line of 8-9 defenders lined up just in front of the first down line on 3rd down and falling down like dominoes as receivers ran by.
They didn't hesitate to call it against Troy Brown in the 2006 CG
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