Banner year for bad calls - which was worst?

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    Banner year for bad calls - which was worst?

    At least 2 errors Sunday in SD game - fumble recovery ruled stopped progress, and 7 on defenders one side of KC missed FG, and of course the Pats FG push called only once in NFL history....But for me worst has to be the Redskins game where they are given a first down on a second down run, then after the play are told they didnt get the first and now its 4th down.....

     
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    Lack of a holding call on Gronk in the end zone...the Jets fiasco was really OUR fault...they were told not to do it...

     
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    Not including teams that aren't named the Patriots, the worst were the two PI's,  the one in the Carolina was just a plain bad non call and the one in the Dolphins game a high school referee could have made where the LB had draped himself all over Hooman long before the ball arrives. The stacking call was bogus if you look at the film he didn't stack Jones only pushed his fellow lineman to the left so he could squeeze into the formation. Also since that was the only time it was called all year it proves it was a fix call !! Then comes the offset lineup by the Chargers on Succups FG attempt. There have been others but the season is over and we are in the playoffs and we have a bye even though we should be the one seed.

     
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    At least 2 errors Sunday in SD game - fumble recovery ruled stopped progress, and 7 on defenders one side of KC missed FG, and of course the Pats FG push called only once in NFL history....But for me worst has to be the Redskins game where they are given a first down on a second down run, then after the play are told they didnt get the first and now its 4th down.....




    We haven't seen anything yet. Wait till they guide Peyton Manning to his 2nd super bowl. Oh, and by the way, the passing record that Manning set will stand. What looked to be a obvious lateral was adjudicated a forward pass. And it starts.

     
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    At least 2 errors Sunday in SD game - fumble recovery ruled stopped progress, and 7 on defenders one side of KC missed FG, and of course the Pats FG push called only once in NFL history....But for me worst has to be the Redskins game where they are given a first down on a second down run, then after the play are told they didnt get the first and now its 4th down.....

     




    We haven't seen anything yet. Wait till they guide Peyton Manning to his 2nd super bowl. Oh, and by the way, the passing record that Manning set will stand. What looked to be a obvious lateral was adjudicated a forward pass. And it starts.

     

    I just want the pictures he has to have on whoever is in charge of the NFL and the Mafia making a deal, because he always gets what he wants, Goober and his brother Gomer, and the Harbaughs all have copies of these events!!!!


     
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    The pushing on the jets missed FG was the worst.

     
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    The call on the Pats for pushing in the back during an un-makable FG attempt, which gave the Jets another shot 15 yds closer, and GAVE them the game, has to be the worst call.

    In the history of the NFL....it has been called 1 time...

     
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    I can't ignore the Jets game FG fiasco.  I think it's most telling that the call was only made once all year in any NFL game.

    A close second was that "PI call then, well, er, I don't really think so cuz the other guy says no" in the Carolina game.  That was pathetic.

     
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    It isn't going to get better.

    The replacement refs were FINE, but people freaked out and overreacted...so the league gave in to the regular refs. Who, now, will be more emboldened and act MORE entitled and have LESS accountability.

    Not worth even discussing anymore. It will always be a part of football. Accept it and move on.

     
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    3rd and 10 bounce pass to Welker in week 1 was followed by an 70 yard TD and a raven fumble right after ensuing kickoff, Ravens should have had the lead and the ball at their own 40 and Manning enter the final week with 48 or 47 TDs (assuming they didn't throw for the record against the Texans and they correctly called Deckers bobble as a non-TD)

     
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    Jets gift of a game was the worst.  I can see how refs make mistakes but to huddle up at the end of a game like that and call a penalty that was never previously called and has not been called since is just ridiculous.  Bag Job!!!!!

     
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    It's a subjective thing, esp if you're a Steelers fan.  Imo that's the biggest officiating flop because it cost the Steelers the WC. 

    The non-call against Carolina was b s.  Gronk couldn'e make an athletic move to the ball b/c he was being held, but part of the rule basically states that a ball is uncatchable unless the target can make a move to the ball.  Pats lost homefield throughout the playoffs, but at least they were going in the first place.  Pittsburgh, on the other hand...

     
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