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    Officiating

    We got hosed on calls last week but got a lot of favorable calls today. KC has had some rough calls.

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    KC was super undisciplined and brought it all on themselves. But there were definitely some iffy ones, but still viable penalties that don't typically go our way. Can't believe we needed so many fortunate plays and calls to win this thing. We served it up on a platter for the chiefs and they still couldn't pull it off. They should fold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh View Post
    We got hosed on calls last week but got a lot of favorable calls today. KC has had some rough calls.
    No doubt.

    When the regular officials were out on strike, I heard a lot of talk from the media about how bad the replacement refs were...Can anyone tell me exactly how the regular zebras are any better? Cause I sure don't see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    No doubt. When the regular officials were out on strike, I heard a lot of talk from the media about how bad the replacement refs were...Can anyone tell me exactly how the regular zebras are any better? Cause I sure don't see it.
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    i'm confused by 15 yard penalty for the Chiefs TD celebration.. since the play was nullified why did they get the penalty still? thats a head scratcher to me.

    is anyone familiar with that rule?
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    The celebration penalty probably stands because the Chiefs were celebrating nothing after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordVile View Post
    i'm confused by 15 yard penalty for the Chiefs TD celebration.. since the play was nullified why did they get the penalty still? thats a head scratcher to me.

    is anyone familiar with that rule?
    Whether or not the play was nullified, their conduct was just as unsportsmanlike...

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    The offensive pass interference call on their TE was a bit ticky tacky, as was the holding penalty on Albert on the TD run. Nevertheless, you have to overcome bad calls, as the Steelers did against the Giants.

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    Yeah, but did you hear the ref award the Chiefs a "4th and final time out" on that play with penalties on both sides? If we'd lost, I'd be wondering about that one a lot more.


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