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Anyone Else See The End Of The Bucs Game?


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Im convinced the refs will stop at no end to screw the bucs.

Hey, ya have 12 men on the field, it's not the fault of the refs. I do agree though, that the refs are more and more determining the outcome of games with the calls they make. They were blatantly holding McCoy nearly play, yet it wasn't called but maybe once.,. As far as the Bucs go, it's simply a matter of being incredibly undisciplined.

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Hey, ya have 12 men on the field, it's not the fault of the refs. I do agree though, that the refs are more and more determining the outcome of games with the calls they make. They were blatantly holding McCoy nearly play, yet it wasn't called but maybe once.,. As far as the Bucs go, it's simply a matter of being incredibly undisciplined.

God how pathetic you have become OCPA...we should have a fun off season with you after you limp back to the boards!emot-owned.gif

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The Bucs weren't screwed..but I was dissapointed they didn't win. I don't know what the worst record a division has ever fielded against another division they play all the teams in is, but we had only 1 win, and 1 tie going into last week against the AFCN, I wanted us to do better. Plus it isn't as if the Bucs had a legit shot of competing for the division to strongly hurt ATL's chances by winning, so I wanted them to win.

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Im sorry, but when has the booth ever reviewd a penalty that WASN'T called against the Falcons, Saints, and Panthers???

Whats next, holding? Illegal contact down field?

You ever see the giants or cowboys flagged for "leg whipping"?? Why is that, is it cause the bucs are just that dam undisciplined?

Every week im learning a new rule cause it seems these refs are digging in that rule thesaurus to find what else they can call...

How would you panther fans feel if these crooks pulled that shyt on you last year when yall played new England... what if the booth reviewed Lukes bear hug after NOT throwing a flag and new England won that game as a result?

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Im sorry, but when has the booth ever reviewd a penalty that WASN'T called against the Falcons, Saints, and Panthers???

Whats next, holding? Illegal contact down field?

You ever see the giants or cowboys flagged for "leg whipping"?? Why is that, is it cause the bucs are just that dam undisciplined?

Every week im learning a new rule cause it seems these refs are digging in that rule thesaurus to find what else they can call...

How would you panther fans feel if these crooks pulled that shyt on you last year when yall played new England... what if the booth reviewed Lukes bear hug after NOT throwing a flag and new England won that game as a result?

are you even being serious right now?! lol this is crazier than josh freeman is so much better then matt ryan

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Im sorry, but when has the booth ever reviewd a penalty that WASN'T called against the Falcons, Saints, and Panthers???

Whats next, holding? Illegal contact down field?

You ever see the giants or cowboys flagged for "leg whipping"?? Why is that, is it cause the bucs are just that dam undisciplined?

Every week im learning a new rule cause it seems these refs are digging in that rule thesaurus to find what else they can call...

How would you panther fans feel if these crooks pulled that shyt on you last year when yall played new England... what if the booth reviewed Lukes bear hug after NOT throwing a flag and new England won that game as a result?

Well someone clearly didn't see that game and is just talking off of hear-say, because they did in fact throw a flag, then got together, talked about it, and decided it wasn't a penalty because it was uncatchable + Gronk didn't even attempt to go after the ball (because it was uncatchable and literally thrown straight to our safety for an INT) and picked the flag back up. The end of that game is one of the most overblown things I've seen in recent memory because it was ******* Tom Brady on MNF against the small market Panthers. No one ever mentions how much the refs helped the Pats drive down the field at the end of that game in the first place. They should've never even made it to the redzone.

Don't bring us into this because you're mad you weren't allowed to play with the handicap of 12 people on the field.

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Well someone clearly didn't see that game and is just talking off of hear-say, because they did in fact throw a flag, then got together, talked about it, and decided it wasn't a penalty because it was uncatchable + Gronk didn't even attempt to go after the ball (because it was uncatchable and literally thrown straight to our safety for an INT) and picked the flag back up. The end of that game is one of the most overblown things I've seen in recent memory because it was ******* Tom Brady on MNF against the small market Panthers. No one ever mentions how much the refs helped the Pats drive down the field at the end of that game in the first place. They should've never even made it to the redzone.

Don't bring us into this because you're mad you weren't allowed to play with the handicap of 12 people on the field.

I was useing that situation as an example there big guy. Calm down

Point is, since you seem to be missing it. If the refs eff up(which is what these refs do best) and cant count the booth shouldnt get involved.

Jus like if the refs miss a hold the booth shouldn't correct it... thats some shady crap

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Well someone clearly didn't see that game and is just talking off of hear-say, because they did in fact throw a flag, then got together, talked about it, and decided it wasn't a penalty because it was uncatchable + Gronk didn't even attempt to go after the ball (because it was uncatchable and literally thrown straight to our safety for an INT) and picked the flag back up. The end of that game is one of the most overblown things I've seen in recent memory because it was ******* Tom Brady on MNF against the small market Panthers. No one ever mentions how much the refs helped the Pats drive down the field at the end of that game in the first place. They should've never even made it to the redzone.

Don't bring us into this because you're mad you weren't allowed to play with the handicap of 12 people on the field.

We've been over this. It was only "uncatchable" because he was interfered with. Had Luke not committed a penalty, Gronk steps infront of your safety for a TD.

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Clearly no one seen the end of the bucs game, other than jb.

Yup, I saw it. I know what you're saying, but it doesn't forgive the fact that the Bucs were so inept, they couldn't even get the correct number of players on the field in a crucial, game winning situation.

I'm with you though, I've been of the understanding that within the last 2 minutes of the game, the refs in the booth upstairs are the ONLY ONES that can can call for a replay of the previous play, which in this case didn't happen. It was a challenge flag thrown by Marv Lewis that led to the penalty for too many men on the field. I didn't think it was allowed, but it still doesn't excuse the woeful execution of the team in such a crucial situation. This is a team, that as long as they are allowed to play Keystone Kops on offense, will never win a game in the final seconds of play.

Bottom line, we got just what we deserved.

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Yup, I saw it. I know what you're saying, but it doesn't forgive the fact that the Bucs were so inept, they couldn't even get the correct number of players on the field in a crucial, game winning situation.

I'm with you though, I've been of the understanding that within the last 2 minutes of the game, the refs in the booth upstairs are the ONLY ONES that can can call for a replay of the previous play, which in this case didn't happen. It was a challenge flag thrown by Marv Lewis that led to the penalty for too many men on the field. I didn't think it was allowed, but it still doesn't excuse the woeful execution of the team in such a crucial situation. This is a team, that as long as they are allowed to play Keystone Kops on offense, will never win a game in the final seconds of play.

Bottom line, we got just what we deserved.

The Steelers...don't forget to take all your meds OCPA...

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