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They Must Protest

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    Re: They Must Protest

    Mike Pereira also just said on Felger and Mazz that the Delanie Walker "fumble" should have been called an incomplete pass. Which I was questionable about when I saw on the field.

    Also, not sure if people noticed this, but sometime during the 4th quarter when I believe we were down, the Pats sacked Kaepernick but for some reason, the clock stopped. This has been brought up on the radio a couple of times.

    That Lloyd PI that set us up on the 5 was also questionable. Looked like a flop by Lloyd.

    So while you want to complain about the 49ers benefitting form the refs, you need to be objective, and realize the Pats got calls that went their way too.

    The ball did not bounce our way like it did against HOU. How many fumbles did SF have compared to how many they lost? Plain and simple, the 49ers beat the Pats

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    Re: They Must Protest

    The punt return appeared to not touch the returner; the players reacted to the funny bounce, which occurred a few inches from his body; given their vantage point; that's understandable.

    The PI could have gone either way; NFL network feels that way as well.

    They also said there was a PI against SF that was clearly a bad call. I don't see you mentioning that.