WHO ELSE FEELS ROBBED AND VIOLATED BY THE CROOKED OFFICIATING IN DENVER

WHO ELSE FEELS ROBBED AND VIOLATED BY THE CROOKED OFFICIATING IN DENVER

SICKENING

THAT WAS ABSOLUTE FIXING OF A FOOTBALL GAME BY THE OFFICIALS IN DENVER RIDICULOUS!!!!!!!

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There have been quite a few blown calls in college and pro over the first few weeks. There were a couple bad calls in the Detroit game today as well. Notre Dame/Michigan yesterday also had a bunch of blown calls IMO

What was most shocking though was Shanahan going for 2, I don't know if that was balsy or down right stupid

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There have been quite a few blown calls in college and pro over the first few weeks. There were a couple bad calls in the Detroit game today as well. Notre Dame/Michigan yesterday also had a bunch of blown calls IMO

What was most shocking though was Shanahan going for 2, I don't know if that was balsy or down right stupid

I would also add the Wisconsin/Fresno St. game to that list. The Badgers overcame a tough crowd and poor officiating.

There were a few poor calls in the Green Bay/Detroit game, but they didn't impact the outcome of the game like the two pathetic calls in Denver did.

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Ref admitted he made a mistake by blowing the whistle to early which killed the play and couldn't reverse the call which he said was a fumble.

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My question is what the heck was Pittsburgh doing when they opted not to kick a dang field goal at the end of that game last night? I have never seen anything like that before in my life!!! Steelers would have covered the 6.5 for the game but more importantly for me is that I would have gotten a push on Pitt ML 2h... oh well.

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Too risky to kick the fg, thank goodness (I had Cleve so I was happy).

Has anyone ever kept stats on which premium services do the best?  I've been tracking a few since the middle of baseball but I'd like to get a better summary of what they've done over the years.  Thanks

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Too risky to kick a field goal? That's standard operating procedure. The risk was in not kicking the field goal and letting Cleveland have a chance to win the game. Poor poor coaching...This is why the Steelers will not win the big games against the Pats or even the Colts...poor coaching

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Don't forget the 'excessive celebration' in the BYU/Washington game which led to the blocked PAT.  The new rule sucks.

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First of all, that last TD by Denver shouldn't have even mattered. What about the fumble that wasn't call in the first quarter that led to the first Bronco TD? If the instant replay equiptment was having a problem, why couldn't they use the CBS equiptment and get the call right, or, heaven forbid, look up at the stadium Jumbotron which was showing it over and over.

As far as the Steelers NOT kicking the FG, they wouldn't bvecause that would have meant that Pit would have covered the spread. The books couldn't afford that as most of the money was on the Steelers. They always use that "blocked kick" excuse when they want to justify not kicking the FG. And don't look for it to change in the future either.

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And by the way, as far as the whistle being blown, why would it have been blown in the first place? 2nd, watching the replay, you clearly see the ref blowing the whistle AFTER the Chargers recovered the ball, not anytime earlier.

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I think they need to have training camp for some of these officials as well as the players.

Some of these mistakes are just totally unacceptable.

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Too risky to kick the fg, thank goodness (I had Cleve so I was happy).

Has anyone ever kept stats on which premium services do the best?  I've been tracking a few since the middle of baseball but I'd like to get a better summary of what they've done over the years.  Thanks

Best bet is to go with a pay service like premium consensus. They track all records of all plays and even hot and cold streaks.

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