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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Sponge in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
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    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Cole World in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
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    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from ATL Fan in the DMV in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Drvillain in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Drew4719 in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from A Dog Named Brian in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from FalconJim in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Peteshweddy in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare reacted to Ergo Proxy in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Exactly. Not enough to OVERTURN a call.
    1a) Debatable IN REPLAY it hit ground vs foot.
    1b) It did not directly move the ball; whatever it did first hit. He ALREADY had a firm grasp “possession” without using the other object to catch the ball. It moves after, not during contact. He regains grasp and no ground contact.
    3) Looked like a catch live; was ruled that way.
    ^How do you overturn it by slowing it down, thinking it “might” or “could” have hit the ground rather than equally the foot and deciding “yeah, let’s just take the TD away?” 
    Conclusion: An Overtly forced overturn despite unclear evidence even in slow motion. Looks like a catch live. Football. TD.
    Its amazing how biased the game was called actually. One of the worst officiated games we’ve seen this year as a Falcon’s team. Remember the Kyler Murray no 1st down? Etc etc. we had MANY bad calls on us this year.
    Where is the outrage on Grady’s bogus Roughing call? It was even worse than the call on AC; which was also borderline at best! But we don’t give Matt the quick flag trigger on open field bad slides because ??? He still took a hit. Where is the equal overtly protective of QB when it comes to our guy?
    But nah...we got Foye laying too roughly on Goff in our stadium. What a joke.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Spliff in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Peteshweddy in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Francis York Morgan in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Ergo Proxy in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Ergo Proxy in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
  15. Like
    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Drew4719 in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from DriveHomeSafelyAtlantaWins in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from HASHBROWN3 in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Al Riveron, the NY replay official explains the logic of overturning Hooper's catch:
    “The ball actually takes him to the ground. This is the one remaining situation where you have two steps, but if you don’t have a football move, you’re going to the ground, you must survive the ground," Riveron told a pool reporter. “In this situation, he takes the ball, it hits the ground and then he loses control of the football when he comes back up. Therefore, it’s an incomplete pass.”
    ----------------------------
    For one thing, it appears the ball hit the shoe, not the ground. And on the next play, if somebody had been on the line blocking the goal line camera on Julio's catch, the Falcons would have been cheated out of a game they should have won.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Rings in Replay Riveron's Explaination of Hooper TD Reversal   
    Here is a quote on the play on the Ringer site:
    "Adding to the mess—are we sure it touched the ground and not Hooper’s foot? Usually with these types of messy replays, officials will stick with the call on the field, as the rules state. Not this time: The NFL overturned the call, giving the Falcons a third down with five seconds left to try again."
    https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2019/12/15/21023655/falcons-49ers-wild-finish-nfc-playoff-race
    Of course what the NFL usually does will not apply to rhe Falcons.
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    Doctor Kildare reacted to Macknsweetjones in F the Refa and 9ers   
    That hooper td was such ******** it’s clear the ball was on his shoe and not the ground 
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    Doctor Kildare reacted to MAD597 in Takk done for the year.   
    TD is not capable of building the Trenches
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Chitown2ATL_Falcon in Falcons have 3 of the top 10 highest paid players for 2019   
    Dimitroff proves his superior expertise by never never drafting offensive lineman that develop so we have to pay them a second contract. He has developed a revolutionary way to save money.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Boise Falcon Fan in Could the Falcons draft be affected by new Patriots scandal?   
    Logic and fair play suggests that the NFL would not dare do that even if they would like to. But I am reminded of Jerry Tarkanian's quote:
    "The NCAA is so mad at Kentucky they're going to give Cleveland State another year of probation."
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    Doctor Kildare reacted to Ergo Proxy in 100% sure TD is gone   
    Is this really surprising? TD’s roots were:

    TD was an inside job for SB51 confirmed
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from OrthoPTSD in Falcons have 3 of the top 10 highest paid players for 2019   
    Dimitroff proves his superior expertise by never never drafting offensive lineman that develop so we have to pay them a second contract. He has developed a revolutionary way to save money.
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    Doctor Kildare got a reaction from Geneaut in Panthers Have Fired Ron Rivera   
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