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pittpete
09-16-2012, 08:08 PM
Not a whiner, but the phantom interference calls were mind bogglin.
Especially after watching Cromartie hold a receivers jersey on every other play.
What was the call on the Clark hit?
Moron threw a flag and then didnt know what to call so they flag Ike for PI?
That was bad and I'm glad it didnt effect the outcome of the game.

Sugar
09-16-2012, 08:11 PM
Lot's of just weird calls. Glad it didn't cost the game. At some point, it will cost somebody though if this continues.

DukieBoy
09-16-2012, 08:16 PM
It was bad. The replacements need to be replaced. They are doing about the best that they can, not their fault. The NFL has to get this right and bring back the regulars.

squidkid
09-16-2012, 08:26 PM
i like the replacement guys. they might miss something but seem 'fair' to both sides. they will get better
i cant feel bad for the regular refs when they have deliberately F'ed us for years now

Mister Pittsburgh
09-16-2012, 08:27 PM
That call on Clarks (PI on Ike) hard hit was terrible. Ref threw the flag for no other reason then if was a hard hit.

SanAntonioSteelerFan
09-16-2012, 08:40 PM
That call on Clarks (PI on Ike) hard hit was terrible. Ref threw the flag for no other reason then if was a hard hit.

Agree. "Flag for excessive being mean and hurting the receiver's pride". And the way Smokio stood up and pretended he'd been wronged, "Good Call, ref!", ugly, you'd think he played for the Ravens.

jj28west
09-16-2012, 09:29 PM
The calling was inconsisent to say the least. The Steelers were even getting away with some hands to the face calls on the Oline. By definition Brown was hit out of bounds right in front of the ref.

I think the game is too fast for these guys.

MR.V.
09-16-2012, 09:46 PM
My 8yr old son was howling about the Ike interference call.I'm thinking wow an 8yr old can see that but an "NFL " ref can't

Slapstick
09-16-2012, 10:03 PM
It was nice to see the Steelers actually benefit from the bad officiating at times...specifically that big Redman run where his knee hit the turf behind the LOS...

NorthCoast
09-16-2012, 10:16 PM
Ravens are livid over the offensive pass interference that wiped out the game winning TD. Steelers defensive backs played very physical today and could have had several more PIs called.
I personally like the way the games are being officiated. Really can't stand the pitch-and-catch league Goodell has tried to create.

Sugar
09-16-2012, 10:18 PM
It was nice to see the Steelers actually benefit from the bad officiating at times...specifically that big Redman run where his knee hit the turf behind the LOS...

Yeah, we could have been spotted a few yards back from that. That said, after the phantom PI call that was completely outrageous I didn't feel so bad in benefiting from a call.

Djfan
09-16-2012, 10:31 PM
Ravens are livid over the offensive pass interference that wiped out the game winning TD. Steelers defensive backs played very physical today and could have had several more PIs called.
I personally like the way the games are being officiated. Really can't stand the pitch-and-catch league Goodell has tried to create.

My thoughts exactly!

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
09-16-2012, 10:37 PM
I think that those who are calling for the return of the regular refs do not remember how poorly they officiated games.

NorthCoast
09-16-2012, 10:53 PM
I was going to start a new thread on it, but since it is not strictly Steelers, I will bury it here.

Is it just me or do the Harbaugh brothers jaw at the refs more than any other coaches in the league?!? It absolutely drives me nuts to see them yapping in the ear of these officials after every single play!

DukieBoy
09-16-2012, 10:58 PM
I was going to start a new thread on it, but since it is not strictly Steelers, I will bury it here.

Is it just me or do the Harbaugh brothers jaw at the refs more than any other coaches in the league?!? It absolutely drives me nuts to see them yapping in the ear of these officials after every single play!

That is my perception too. Throw enough stuff at the wall and some of it is bound to stick. They cover the wall in it.

SanAntonioSteelerFan
09-16-2012, 10:58 PM
I was going to start a new thread on it, but since it is not strictly Steelers, I will bury it here.

Is it just me or do the Harbaugh brothers jaw at the refs more than any other coaches in the league?!? It absolutely drives me nuts to see them yapping in the ear of these officials after every single play!

My BP goes up about a million points when I just see a photo of either of those two guys, and if there's film, I basically look for something to throw at the TV. They are so WHINY it is repulsive. It rubs off on the rest of the team ... Flacco is jerking his right hand around to call for a penalty as much as he uses it to throw the ball. There ought to be a rule like in basketball where if you complain you get a technical.


Another thing - is that how we want our kids to learn to play ... yell, pout, whine, scream when the play doesn't go their way?

Mister Pittsburgh
09-17-2012, 08:57 AM
Ravens are livid over the offensive pass interference that wiped out the game winning TD. Steelers defensive backs played very physical today and could have had several more PIs called.
I personally like the way the games are being officiated. Really can't stand the pitch-and-catch league Goodell has tried to create.

The Ravens find something to whine about after every loss. They never look within their own lockerroom. They played dirty the entire game so it is fitting if they did get beat by a flag. The Ravens are pro's at diving at the opponents legs or just getting that extra little cheap shot in after plays. Watch the first two plays of the game where their defensive players were diving at Vick's legs.

F Harbaugh's whiney as5 and F the Ravens.

Oviedo
09-17-2012, 10:02 AM
Not a whiner, but the phantom interference calls were mind bogglin.
Especially after watching Cromartie hold a receivers jersey on every other play.
What was the call on the Clark hit?
Moron threw a flag and then didnt know what to call so they flag Ike for PI?
That was bad and I'm glad it didnt effect the outcome of the game.

He threw the flag on Clark's hit because it was a big hit. These guys have been so sensitized to the whole safety issue that even with a completely legal big hit like that there is an almost automated reponse to throw a flag. I'll bet that on Landry's hit on Brown where Brown made the phenomenal leaping catch that if Brown wasn't up in the air that would have been a flag too.

That flag on Clark is the classic example where our reputation hurts us and everytime one of our players complains about the rules it just reinforces that image.

fordfixer
09-17-2012, 10:48 AM
That is my perception too. Throw enough stuff at the wall and some of it is bound to stick. They cover the wall in it.

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skyhawk
09-17-2012, 03:31 PM
He threw the flag on Clark's hit because it was a big hit. These guys have been so sensitized to the whole safety issue that even with a completely legal big hit like that there is an almost automated reponse to throw a flag. I'll bet that on Landry's hit on Brown where Brown made the phenomenal leaping catch that if Brown wasn't up in the air that would have been a flag too.

That flag on Clark is the classic example where our reputation hurts us and everytime one of our players complains about the rules it just reinforces that image.

Are we talking about the hit on Sanchez? I was livid at the call too, but you CANNOT hit the QB in the head with anything. The rules are rules. I know it's tough the get your head in the right position when at full speed, but he did hit him in the head with his helmet. 5 years ago a no call. The rules have changed.

Steelgal
09-17-2012, 04:18 PM
The Ravens find something to whine about after every loss. They never look within their own lockerroom. They played dirty the entire game so it is fitting if they did get beat by a flag. The Ravens are pro's at diving at the opponents legs or just getting that extra little cheap shot in after plays. Watch the first two plays of the game where their defensive players were diving at Vick's legs.

F Harbaugh's whiney as5 and F the Ravens.

Agreed. Just once I'd like to hear them say "We got beat by the better team today." It'll never happen. They'll never concede their team got beat because they played bad. They and now most of their players are always looking to blame anyone, but themselves. The entire organization is a joke in that respect.
As much as it will pain me, gonna have to root for the Cheats next week. Either way, either the *Pats or Rats will be 1-2 after next week's game.