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  1. Eason85

    Eason85 Rookie

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    There were no questionable calls they were the rules.If anyone remebers the reason why the rule about not touching the reciever after five yards was put in because the colts complained about the pats hitting there recievers after 5yards in the 2004 playoffs so blame the colts.
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    the media's frenzy about the calls this week is distgusting...one because it is not founded on anything, every call i saw i think was pretty good...

    and second b/c none of them said Sh*t when the colts pats game finished
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    the only calls that are really in question are the holding on Watson and the TD catch by Gaff.

    The holding on Watson is the exact type of call you will see bltching about by people who do not know what they are talking about. He was held for OVER 10 yards, but had broken free by the time the ball arrived. The loudmouth morons are looking at the point where the ball arrived, and ignoring that you cannot hold a receiver for 10 yards, OR HE WOULD HAVE BEEN WIDE OPEN and scored a TD.
    The Gaffney catch was a catch, it was in his 2 hands the entire way.
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