I Suggest Everyone Read This

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    Hey MeadowlandMike, at least Harvey is in his own teams forum posting accurate information, not some wanna be troll trolling in his arch rivals forum!! Get a life troll!

     
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    I agree.  Everyone should read it.

    Especially this part:

    "All that aside, the call was right. The rule, as it is written, does not specify players at the line of scrimmage or off of it. It just says no pushing (Rule 913).
     
    So the penalty call was correct."

    Now, move on.

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    I agree.  Everyone should read it.

    Especially this part:

    "All that aside, the call was right. The rule, as it is written, does not specify players at the line of scrimmage or off of it. It just says no pushing (Rule 913).
     
    So the penalty call was correct."

    Now, move on.



    Yes yes yes! Napoleon has this firmly lodged in his nether region.

     
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    tuck rule. 

    The one good thing regarding this coming around is that for the pats it happened in a regular season game.  for the raiders it happened in the playoffs.  ultimately this should not hurt the pats.

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    The penalty was correct AFTER they changed the rule this past week. 



    1.  Rule changes.

    2.  Player breaks rule.

    3.  Flag thrown.

    4.  Pats fans who don't understand blow a gasket.

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:


    Can you name a time where a league changes a rule without notifying players or the coaches mid season?

    Name one example in any sport.

     Follow Greg A. BedardVerified account@GregABedard

    Both examples (league examples in offseason) were of LBs lined up right behind DL and pushing.

     



    1.  You have constantly complained about Bedard.  You cannot use him as a reference.

    2.  The rule didn't change mid-season.  The rulebook has remained the same.

     
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    Why is this still being discussed?  I don't like that this call changed the outcome of the game.  What a very ticky tack call, but after seeing different angles of the play I agree it was a foul.  Wish it didn't happen, TFB would have taken the ball and won the game.

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    Tell the board how you countered, please, Handy.  The fact is, ya didn't. As usual. You like to deflect and pretend word changes with rules midseson is normal and acceptable for a multi billion dollar business like a moron.

    The rule changed MID SEASON, last week. Fact.

    The NFL educated the public of the rule change, with only second level players, with a post on Sept 3rd, 2013, before the start of the season.

    A memo was sent last week to refs, apparently to include line of srcimmage players, unbeknownst to any coach or player. FACT.

    Then, the NFL got sneaky and changed said rule on the original article posted on NFL.com on Sept 3rd which was caught by Tom Curran.

    Another fact.



    The rule hasn't changed.

    Even if you keep saying it has, it hasn't.

     
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    Game's over...  all this hand wringing may make some of us feel good, but, won't change the results.  It is what it is, to be blunt!

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    Then why, just yesterday, did they edit the cut and pasted rule from the rulebook that was in the article on NFL.com on Sept 3rd, 2013?  

    If Santiago was not in danger, why the need to transfer him off the base?  Hmmm, Colonel?

     



    i lol all over

     
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    When the "league" tells the officials a week ago to start calling penalties on this new "rule" and it rears it's ugly head on an un-makeable FG.....

    Well...is the tail wagging the dog and if so why?

     
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