Protest The Game For Effect

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    Re: Protest The Game For Effect

    Earth to moron, they wouldn't have been gifted a win if that penalty wasn't called. And the way Brady and the offense were going today they would have probably squandered that chance too.

     
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    When the league feels enough time has passed, and nobody is looking, this rule will go away.

     
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    Re: Protest The Game For Effect

    When a player breaks a rule, should they look at the time on the clock, the score and then the jersey and decide whether or not to call it?

     
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    Can't protest a judgement call of a rule.

     
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    Jets will be lucky to win one game before their bye week.

    Warnings were out people! Bwahahaha

     
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    Its a darn good thing BB "set the trap" by letting the Jets march down the field on their first drive. Bwahahah ahahah

     
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    @DaleEArnold: Rule 913 ONLY applies if Chris Jones was NOT on the line of scrimmage. Clearly he was. Blown call.

     

     
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    You can gripe all you want about the call, and rightly so. It was a call that should not have been made, and it swung the game to NY. However, it was the millionth straw in a long series of "should not have happened" things, most of which were the Patriots' fault. With all the injuries and etc., its going to be an uphill climb to really go deep into the playoffs. When you add young receivers and Brady's creeping inconsistency, they have their work cut out this year. But we knew that going into this season. 5-2 not bad considering, and with what the Red Sox have been doing, its hard to be greedy about the Patriots.

     
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    I get the rule. I understand he put his hand on his backside but I just dont think it was for leverage. It looked to me like he was trying to get to the opposite side of him almost.

    The bad part is, this rule is intended for when the line/player is almost at a standstill and another player comes from behind and pushes his own plyayer to move forward.

    I could be wrong. But isnt something like this why the rule was put in:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxRK1jcCMsk

    Obviously the ref thought he was trying to do it, but my bias eyes just dont see it I guess.

     

     
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