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You are 100% wrong, if two ppl are going for the ball the only way the ball is rewarded to the offense if it is simultaneous possession where they both have their hands on the ball and maintain it till they hit the ground. having 1 hand on a ball when some 1 else has full possession is an interception. See the Greg Reid Interception vs. Alabama last year.
You, the King and Seahawks players and fans are the only ones that see it that way.
And you guys are all wrong. Even a Seattle newspaper writer said it was a bad call.
you forgot the most important one, the NFL and the officials and the replay official
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
I hate the refs and think they suck but my point is there is not enough evidence to overturn the call.
If the ref said it was a int , no way they overturn either
yea the NFL was gonna throw those moron refs under the bus. Come on.
they did on the PI call and had the chance to overturn the call
Even Marshawn Lynch said the packers got robbed and it was an interception.
not at all. If Tate pulls it down and then tucks it under one arm, it does not matter that he does not have two hands on the ball. Two hands are not required to have possession, that is a fact. If a player has the ball tucked against his body and the other player reaches out and has two hands touching the ball does that mean the player with two hands on the ball has possession? NOPE.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
if you can honestly watch that play and think it was a touchdown idk what to say about your football knowledge. Im done arguing this.
I agree. If it was ruled an interception I don't think that would have been overturned either.
The Packers player had possession first, came down, and kept control. It is not a simultaneous possession because the packer had it first. It doesn't matter if Tate has 1, 2 or 3 hands on the ball Jennings had it first and maintained control. interception. game over. Packers win. The refs got it wrong its very clear.
This post was edited by Hskr4Life23 19 months ago
The officials and the league say otherwise.
i am not saying it was a td or int , i guess you guys arent following me.
I am saying there is not enough evidence to overturn the call . if it wad int call ref,i don't think them overturn either
you know, everyone is auguring was it an interception or not. My question is why did the DB not just punch that ball away instead of trying to pick it off? If that ball is batted up and backwards out of the endzone, which the DB could have done since he was the first person to touch the ball, the game would never have been up to a call by a referee.
if is so obvious why wasn't it overturned?
did you watch the lions titans game?
because they fvcked up.
There is no clear camera angle to show the ball during the catch
The refs on the field screwed up, the replay guy did the right thing.
The refs probably had a worse view of the ball than the camera so hard to blame them too much .
I hate you.
You should get a life time ban for being a stupid jackass.
Do you disagree with something i said ?
Only the on the field referees are replacements. The replay officials are the same guys they have always had. Apparently they are not part of the union. I would hope that they made the correct call since they have been making the calls all along.
The replay official isn't the one that actual makes the replay decision. Their job is merely to decide if a replay should happen and to walk the referee through the play when he is under the hood. The referee (replacement in this case) still looks at the video under the hood and makes the final call. That's the huge difference between the college and NFL replay systems.
Don't ever call anyone on here a dumb ass again.
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