Re: Its the Colts..how many bailout calls this week?
posted at 11/19/2010 9:52 AM EST
In Response to Re: Its the Colts..how many bailout calls this week?
By writing "probably " it shows you know the truth. That was a bogus spot. Belichick made the right call for the simple reason that this photo doesn't lie. He got the firtst down. Are we to believe the moon is purple because someones says so? I can see very clearly that the ball is over the line. FIRST DOWN. END OF GAME. GO HOME! In Response to Re: Its the Colts..how many bailout calls this week? :
Posted by MonsterFan
Nice work. I usually post the video expecting the turds to look at it, but this is way more effective.
I might add this into every single reply to these Colts drips every time I respond to them.
I'd be flat out embarrassed beating my chest winning a game on an absolute incorrect call. But, Colts fans seem to think this has no bearing on who won or lost last year.
They just totally discount this and act like it didn't matter as well as the "faceguarding" call in the 2006 AFC title game.
I'd feel a little weird knowing my only SB appearance with a win is tied directly to a rule that does not exist whatsoever in the NFL.
98.5 just had an Indy Star writer on there saying "the call blew up in his face".
Umm, no, sir, the official, who could not even see the ball made the incorrect call.
What's disturbing about this call is this:
1. The side judge shouldn't have raced in pretending he saw final possession when he didn't. He should have asked for help. You can actually see the umpire looking at him almost saying "are you sure"?
2. The replay clearly shows he had final possession, worst case at the 30, because his left leg is on the 30 yard line. The idiots who claim the camera angle isn't straight are priceless. Let's all lie and pretend the yardage lines and hash marks just disappeared off the field while we look. Hilarious.
3. Where he finally spots the ball means the side judge thought Faulk had final possession and progression at the 29 yard line.
Totally botched call. Period.