View Full Version : Nobody wants to hear Cris Collinsworth's lamentations

Discipline of Steel
12-14-2008, 09:15 PM
We were "robbed" of the opportunity to see what Pittsburgh would have done on 4 and inches at the goaline, with the game hanging in the balance. But what do you expect of a former BenGal?

12-14-2008, 09:18 PM
He's a Bungle, that's all there is. We're champions of the division again and that's all there is. They don't b!tch about our D getting held on all the plays so they can't bitch about this. For one critical example Chris can see the Jax playoff game from last year. Until then here's something for him.

:moon :moon

Making that a double wide since I have a big ass.

12-14-2008, 09:22 PM
Crissy still can't get past the numerous butt kickings he was on the receiving end of. Same problem most the former Athlete commentators have. Screw them all.

12-14-2008, 10:09 PM
i love how when a call actually goes our way, people complain...who cares, we're 11-3

12-14-2008, 10:11 PM
Thats how it goes with close games, and this is one for the ages. It brings out the best in people and the worst in people.

Gotta give credit for grace and class to Harbaugh and how he handled questions after the game. He's a quality coach and seems to be a high quality guy. Same for Tomlin. We can look forward to several years of rivalry with two class coaches at the helm.

And the worst ---- well, Crissy didn't help his legacy, though I do like his commentary most of the time.

This was a great game for football, and shouldn't have ended any less close than what it was.

12-14-2008, 11:00 PM
Chrissy is whining at half time of the Cryboys game, "it should never have been overturned...". He has a bunch of loser talking heads at the table with him he's brow-beating into agreeing with him. Vomit-faced quizlings all of them.

Leper Friend
12-14-2008, 11:23 PM
No mention anywhere on the fact that the Raven's "great" D gave up a 90 yard drive to lose the game , just focus on the TD that may or may not have been an inch short. Typical garbage media.

12-14-2008, 11:29 PM
So what do people think ARIANS would have called on 4th down???
A Flea Flicker???

12-14-2008, 11:29 PM
It would equally (or worse) scandalous that a real TD would not be recognized. And the real TD was recognized on the basis of close objective review, as opposed to the placement made by the ref who was at the sideline, slightly offset from the goal line, and in motion also, so that his judgement is more suspect as opposed to the video review.

So it was the right call, and Crissy is going to have to keep carrying his axe like he has done for these many years and try to find another place to grind it. Poor Crissy, just can never seem to overcome the Steelers, he's a Wylie Coyote kind of guy.

12-14-2008, 11:30 PM
So what do people think ARIANS would have called on 4th down???
A Flea Flicker???

A fake up the middle and a pass in the flat to Carey Davis.

12-14-2008, 11:51 PM
It wasn't just Crissy whining at halftime of the Dallas game, but the whole NBC crew was lamenting the call. What a bunch of contraversy pot-stirrers :stirpot .

12-14-2008, 11:54 PM
Too bad for all them. We win, we move on to the Titans.

12-15-2008, 01:48 AM
It was kind of funny watching them.

First they draw a line through the goal line which shows half the ball across it and they say that it is inconclusive.

Then they say that the purpose of instant replay is to overturn horribly bad calls, not close wrong calls??? What the F$#* is that?

Then they complain that the real problem is that they did not get to see what would have happened on fourth down and an inch? I'm sorry, are we only now supposed to set up dramatic situations rather than make the right calls?

The ball crossed the goalline. It was obvious enough to make the ref overturn the call of no TD. Remember, to overturn a call it must be conclusive. It was.