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Playing Brady’s game of bringing up zebra issues in anticipation for the matchup? Hoping to sway the calls? 

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Hughes is the last one I want publicly criticizing refs.  Especially this week.

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I would prefer they say nothing this week. But Hughes is held constantly with no calls

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Welp, Hughes is good for at least 1 penalty now this week, regardless of if he does anything wrong. My guess is he'll get 1 roughing the passer, and maybe 1 holding call or something.  Both of which are BS, but the refs don't like to be criticized... unless its Tom Brady doing it.

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1 minute ago, MR8 said:

Welp, Hughes is good for at least 1 penalty now this week, regardless of if he does anything wrong. My guess is he'll get 1 roughing the passer, and maybe 1 holding call or something.  Both of which are BS, but the refs don't like to be criticized... unless its Tom Brady doing it.

If he’s going to get a roughing the passer he better make it count 

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There was a play yesterday where Oliver was getting double teamed, he broke through and the Bengals guy had his entire arm around Oliver's chest/neck holding him.  I was like sheesh, hope they're letting that stuff go for BOTH teams.

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12 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:
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Funny, I commented on this EXACT thing earlier in a thread and shout box 

 

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1 minute ago, zow2 said:

There was a play yesterday where Oliver was getting double teamed, he broke through and the Bengals guy had his entire arm around Oliver's chest/neck holding him.  I was like sheesh, hope they're letting that stuff go for BOTH teams.

 

Saw that, it was bad... couldn't believe there wasn't a call.

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5 minutes ago, thebandit27 said:

He's right, and it can't possibly hurt to play the same game as Tommy

 

Of course he's right.  But it can absolutely hurt when someone with Hughes' history with refs calls them out.  I don't think it was wise; certainly unnecessary.

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10 minutes ago, Gugny said:

Hughes is the last one I want publicly criticizing refs.  Especially this week.

 

Well, is he (Jerry) wrong?   Tom can criticize the Refs on Twit er ... but no one else?  

 

9 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

I would prefer they say nothing this week. But Hughes is held constantly with no calls

 

He's been better recently.  

 

Just now, Gugny said:

 

Of course he's right.  But it can absolutely hurt when someone with Hughes' history with refs calls them out.  I don't think it was wise; certainly unnecessary.

 

seems you answered ;) 

 

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While he's 100% right.....

 

Please don't give Brady any extra motivation.

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1 minute ago, thebandit27 said:

He's right, and it can't possibly hurt to play the same game as Tommy

Over officiating is killing the game. The art of judgment is being lost. When a minor infraction happens away from the play and it has no bearing on the play the infraction shouldn't be called. It shouldn't be called not because it didn't happen but because it represents a demonstration of good judgment and common sense. On almost every play the first thing the viewer looks for is to see if a penalty was called to nullify the play. There is so much choppiness to the game that it has lost its coherence. There is simply too much stupid officiating in the NFL. 

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NFL is going to everything possible to get a Pats vs Cowboys Superbowl.  

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5 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

If he’s going to get a roughing the passer he better make it count 

 

I'm fine with this...

 

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15 minutes ago, Gugny said:

Hughes is the last one I want publicly criticizing refs.  Especially this week.

What are they going to do though? Not call holding on the offender when it’s against him? They already do exactly that. 

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1 minute ago, CLTbills said:

While he's 100% right.....

 

Please don't give Brady any extra motivation.

 

The dude doesn't need motivation.  Last year the minute he left the stadium he was Trolling Bills fans on social media!!!

 

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To the Buffalo Bills:  Let your play speak so loudly that no one hears what you say. 

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3 minutes ago, JohnC said:

Over officiating is killing the game. The art of judgment is being lost. When a minor infraction happens away from the play and it has no bearing on the play the infraction shouldn't be called. It shouldn't be called not because it didn't happen but because it represents a demonstration of good judgment and common sense. On almost every play the first thing the viewer looks for is to see if a penalty was called to nullify the play. There is so much choppiness to the game that it has lost its coherence. There is simply too much stupid officiating in the NFL. 

Absolutely. When the phrase is “incomplete, no penalty” or “incomplete, no flag on the play” then there is a massive problem. Announcers have become so conditioned to seeing weak flags nullifying plays. 

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4 minutes ago, CLTbills said:

While he's 100% right.....

 

Please don't give Brady any extra motivation.

 

 

See I'm different. I want the patriots at their best. That's were I will get the most satisfaction when we win. 

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11 minutes ago, zow2 said:

There was a play yesterday where Oliver was getting double teamed, he broke through and the Bengals guy had his entire arm around Oliver's chest/neck holding him.  I was like sheesh, hope they're letting that stuff go for BOTH teams.

There was one where Jerry was gonna tackle the RB for a loss and was clearly held right in front of the ref. No call, RB got a first and it started a long drive for bengals

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1 minute ago, Not at the table Karlos said:

There was one where Jerry was gonna tackle the RB for a loss and was clearly held right in front of the ref. No call, RB got a first and it started a long drive for bengals

There was also a blatant hold on Nscheke on the game winning drive in which Allen was able to get away from a sack and run for a first down. 

 

As as long as it goes both ways I guess.

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